Sutton police give internet safety advice to North Cheam Brownies

SUTT YELL Brownies served by Neighbourhood Police

SUTT YELL Brownies served by Neighbourhood Police

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Brownies were given an important talk on how to stay safe in the community.

Officers from Cheam and Belmont Safer Neighbourhoods teams also covered internet safety, and explained how police operate to prevent crime.

The talk was given to girls aged 7-13 from 6th North Cheam Brownies.

They were also given the chance to look around the borough CCTV van.

The presentation took place at Cheam Methodist Church on Thursday May 8.

PCSO Rob Sidebottom said: “The brownies thanked us for our visit, saying they had a great time and learnt a lot about policing."
 

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