Bikeability – Level 3
Bikeability Level 3 equips riders with the skill and confidence to ride in more challenging roads and traffic situations – busier streets, queuing traffic, complex junctions and roundabouts. It also includes planning routes for safe cycling.
Bikeability is administered by The Bikeability Trust on behalf of the Department for Transport.
For more information contact East Riding of Yorkshire Council Road Safety Team at the following email address – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prison Me No Way
Crime & Safety Awareness Day – Secondary Education
Crime and Safety Awareness Day are much sought after and provide a constantly evolving, unique and interactive educational experience for young people. Audiences are usually aged 11 to 15 in partnership with Academies / Schools and an involve a wide range of crime and safety agencies, professionals, and volunteers. Each day is individually tailored to local crime and safety issues, as determined by the venue, and offers sessions around: County Lines, Knife and Weapons Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour, Choices, Prison Environment, Meeting and speaking with current and ex-prisoners, gun and knife crime, drugs and links to crime and irresponsible behaviour, Extremism, Mental Health, Transitions, Domestic abuse, Harassment and Relationships, Child Sexual Exploitation Online and offline, consequences of social media misuse, grooming, a replica prison cell, a road traffic accident, arson and hoax calls, a youth court etc. Sessions provided on any day are agreed in advance with the venue.
These days help young people to develop the skill and knowledge to think about the decisions they make and the impact of those decisions upon themselves, their family, their friends and their community. Sessions also help young people to understand the consequences of poor choices, learn how to avoid crime, reduce risky behaviour, stay safe, make better choices and know where to turn for help.