19/07/2018

Welcome to the Devon and Cornwall and Dorset Police website for Professionals working with Children and Young People

Sensible, family-loving teens behind pregnancy rate drop (18/07/2018)
Source: BBC
Schools alone cannot fix childhood obesity, says Ofsted boss (18/07/2018)
Source: BBC
Feeling ‘under siege’: why listening to social workers is key to improving services (18/07/2018)
Source: Community Care
Earliest memories begin after the age of two because the brain hasn’t developed the ability to remember yet (18/07/2018)
Source: Daily Mail
What’s behind the drop in teen pregnancies? (18/07/2018)
Source: Sky

21/07/2018 : Pete’s Dragons – ASIST – Suicide First Aid Intervention Skills Training
Exmouth, Devon |  £90.00 | Details
24/09/2018 : Online Safety Live
Truro |  Free | Details
24/09/2018 : Online Safety Live
Liskeard |  Free | Details

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NEWSLETTER: Youth and Online Safety

Know the signs – County Lines (Urban gangs couriering drugs and money into local communities)

Effects of technology on mental health

Think You Understand Me?

Be Internet Legends (Online safety resource – KS2)

Trauma Informed UK Schools
Our vision is to provide appropriate training for schools,communities and organisations so that they . . . become trauma informed and mentally healthy places for all. This means we aim to help children and teenagers BEFORE they get mental health problems – to catch them as they are falling not after they have fallen. Towards this aim we strongly endorse the statement in the Government Green Paper December 2017 Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision, “ There is evidence that appropriately-trained and supported staff such as teachers, school nurses, counsellors, and teaching assistants can achieve results comparable to those achieved by trained therapists in delivering a number of interventions addressing mild to moderate mental health problems (such as anxiety, conduct disorder, substance use disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder)”. We are appropriately training school staff to take on this task.

Maytree
Maytree is a registered charity supporting people in suicidal crisis in a non-medical setting. At . . . Maytree, we provide people in the midst of a suicidal crisis with the opportunity for rest and reflection, and give them the opportunity to stay in a calm, safe and relaxed environment.

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM)
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against male suicide, the single . . . biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. Join the campaign to take a stand against male suicide and get the tools you need for action.