In June, policemen and lawyers from Kovel held a joint event for students to improve their level of security knowledge and skills. The children got acquainted with the peculiarities of the work of law-enforcers, learned why fingerprints are taken and were reminded of safety during their rest.
The event was held by lawyers of Kovel office of the Legal Development Network at NGO "Center for Community Growth" in cooperation with the Kovel Department of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Volyn region. Students of the specialized school of І-ІІІ degree № 3 were listeners and active participants of this interesting and informative meeting.
The criminal law expert of the Kovel branch of the Police Hryhorii Maksymets told about fingerprinting and, in practice, showed participants how it is carried out. The process was very interesting, so the expert took fingerprints from everyone who wished.
Children also got acquainted with the work of the Rapid Reaction Group. They turned on the sound of sirens, visited the police car and examined its equipment.
Children were reminded that emergency services are operating in Ukraine, and the number of the police call is 102.
The inspector for juvenile prevention in the Kovel branch of the Kovel Department of Police (Children's Affairs Service) Tetyana Koziy told the children about the consequences of a bad behavior, smoking, obscene statements, theft, and familiarized them with the procedure for drawing up administrative protocols.
The event was held with the purpose of raising law awareness among school students.
Photos courtesy of the Center for Community Growth
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