NCPO Speaks on Conflict and Bullying to Students of Garvin Tynes Primary
Posted on February 8, 2018 | by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office
On Wednesday 7th February 2018 Corporal #2198 Loretta Munroe from the National Crime Prevention Office spoke to the grade six students of the Garvin Tynes Smile and Walk Away Conflict Resolution Week.
Corporal Munroe spoke on the topic "Conflict and Bullying" to more than one hundred and forty-four (144) students.
Smile and Walk Away Conflict Resolution Week is in partnership with the National Crime Prevention Office put on by the guidance counselors of the school. The events will end on Wednesday 14th February 2018 with a special assembly held at the school.
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