Women and Girls’ Personal Safety and Awareness (In partnership with The Safeguarding Foundation)
March 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Safeguarding Foundation will be delivering this face-to-face workshop designed to raise awareness and understanding of the potential risks faced by woman and girls.
The session will cover a walkthrough of cases covered in the news and include simple and effective techniques to reduce risk, prevention of harm and defend oneself against assault.
Topics covered include:
- A Case Review of the Sarah Everard abduction and policing.
- A Case Review of Sabrina Nassa – how to avoid leaving yourself vulnerable.
- As well as Police Powers – stop and search (What to expect & your legal rights), Mobile phone safety & how to call emergency services without opening your phone.
- Street safety / general safety – how to keep safe in vulnerable situations, stalking and how to identify a stalker, keeping safe, & reporting.
Who should attend
Essential knowledge for all.
Face-to-face: Wednesday 13 March 2024, 10.00am – 12.00pm
Ludham & Waxham TRA Hall, Lismore Circus, Camden NW5 4QF
To find out more or to secure your place
Please email our Safeguarding Lead Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi on: firstname.lastname@example.org