Run Your Own CRIS Event

This page hosts the Run Your Own CRIS event pack.

As more and more young people engage with technology from an early age it is important as practitioners that we understand the different types of activities that young people may participate in when using the latest devices and platforms. As young people adapt to the new digital world they may be unaware of the risks that are associated with this and the majority of parents/guardians have some misconceptions around the risks.


Run your own CRIS event FEB 2020

This pack will give you activities that you can use to help young people and parents/guardians to identify the risks and strategies to reduce the chance of them become a victim of online crime.

If you decide to run your own CRIS event would it be possible to write a blog post about your event.

You could tell us about any new activities you have created or what worked well or any advice you would give someone thinking about running their own CRIS event in the future.

Simply fill out this form and we will post ti for you.

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