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Constable #3651 Culmer Speaks Addresses Crime and Bullying with Students of A.f Adderley School
Posted on November 9, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


On Tuesday 7th November 2017, Constable #3651 Culmer from The National Crime Prevention office was invited to speak to the 9th graders of A.F. Adderley Jr. High school at their annual retreat held at Transfiguration Baptist Church on Market street to address the topic of Crime, Cyber Bullying and Drugs.

During his presentation, that was well received and needed due to the fact that in a few months they will be moving on to a new phase of their lives, he addressed how bullies and cyber bullies are often victims as well. He also spoke about how victims often turn to drugs for an avenue to escape the abuse and gave information on how to get help for their family members, friends and themselves if needed.

He also challenged the teachers to stay informed to the signs of abuse and drug abuse and to stay knowledgeable on the terms and expression used by the younger generation.


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