More than twenty three thousand children in Kent have been given lessons alerting them to the dangers of the internet. The e-safety lessons were funded by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner and were delivered in schools, shopping centres and mobile police stations.
Whilst the visits are predominantly in primary schools, they have also taken place at libraries, Scout and Guide groups, shopping centres and mobile police stations.
Since beginning in March 2014, 346 inputs were delivered in the first twelve months, engaging with a total of 23,286 children. In addition, 77 inputs were delivered to parents.