The Juvenile Police Department at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has held an awareness exhibition at Hyatt Plaza as part of the Safe Summer campaign.
The exhibition was organised as part of the efforts made by the department to make youngsters aware of what constituted improper behaviour that could have negative consequences, particularly during the summer.
During the event, officials from the Juvenile Police Department offered awareness tips to children. Besides, the exhibition also saw the distribution of brochures that included guidelines on how to stay safe during the summer.
Further, the exhibition was aimed at making children as well as the public in general aware of the various services provided by the Juvenile Police Department and its efforts to ensure the well-being of youngsters.
The Safe Summer campaign, in its third edition, targets sports clubs, youth centres as well as commercial places where awareness programmes will be carried out.
The department launched the campaign in a bid to raise awareness of negative habits such as driving without a licence. The campaign is also aimed at making the youth aware of how to use social media networks the right way.
During the campaign, children from different age groups are given lectures on how to deal with negative conduct and overcome them in a positive way. Besides, awareness programmes educate children on how to make use of the summer vacation by engaging in constructive activities.
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