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4th January 2012
Every Year 7 student in the Western Downs region will soon receive their copy of the Child Safety Handbook produced by the Queensland Policy Legacy Scheme thanks to the support of businesses like BMO.
The Handbook contains practical advice on everything from drug awareness, basic first aid and bullying to coping in an emergency and after a disaster.
BMO Communications Manager Megan James said BMO supports the book every year because it is a wonderful resource for young people and their families, while also helping to raise funds for the Police Legacy (an organisation that supports dependent families of deceased Queensland police officers).
“BMO likes to offer care and support to our clients, their families and our community. This Handbook is a great tool in helping pre-teens and teens learn how to care for themselves in a range of situations and where to go for help.”
Dalby Police Sergeant Brett Stevenson said this book serves as a timely reminder for parents.
“With the school holidays upon us, this is a good time to be thinking about the safety and well being of our children. This could mean anything from providing them the information and support that they need to tackle issues such as drugs or as simple as reminding them to buckle up when travelling in cars with their mates.
“I encourage all parents and guardians to be involved in their children’s lives and I support the use of this handbook as a tool help adults guide their kids through their developing years.” Mr Stevenson said.
Dalby South State School Principal David Kucks said the school values the work done by Police Legacy.
“This valuable book contains many fantastic ideas and information about safety in a range of contexts. Families and individuals using this publication will be better prepared to face the range of challenges that young people growing up are often faced with.
“This book, when shared with a parent or caregiver, provides an even more powerful message. I highly recommend this publication to our learning community as a necessary addition in ensuring the ongoing safety of our children in the future.” Mr Kucks said.
Photo (left to right) – Dalby South State School Principal David Kucks, Vice Captains Russell Jackson and Jaime Derrick, Dalby Police Sergeant Brett Stevenson and BMO Associate Partner David Briese.
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