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Keeping you up to date through online awareness sessions

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Dear Citizen,

The Neighbourhood Network Team are pleased to announce their latest FREE Keep Connected ONLINE awareness sessions for this spring. The sessions will be hosted on Zoom and all are welcome to attend.

Supporting Victims of Crime – Monday 31st January @ 7pm
Join Victim Support to find out the impacts of crime on the victims involved and how these can be long lasting for the individuals. This workshop will highlight the pathways available to overcoming the trauma involved with being a victim and discuss the great work of Victim Support.

Fraud and Cyber Awareness: Romance Fraud Focus – Tuesday 8th February @ 7pm
Join Devan from ERVAS to discuss how anyone can become a victim of crime and how by taking simple measures to protect yourselves and the risks could be lessened greatly. The session will discuss how criminals manipulate people to obtain confidential information and will have a real focus on romance fraud and how it effects its victims.

Modern Slavery Awareness – Thursday 24th March @ 1pm
Join Andrew from Humber Modern Slavery Partnership who will explain what Modern-Day Slavery looks like today, who it affects, why it happens and what, as a community, we can do about it. He will also provide us with the signs to spot and how to report any suspicious activity to help put an end to this terrible crime.

To book onto any of the above sessions, please email: office@nnetwork.org.uk with your name, along with the session you would like to book onto.  

For any further information, please don't hesitate to contact the team at office@nnetwork.org.uk.

These sessions are aimed at anyone who lives in the Humber region.
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