(Little Actions that prevent Big Reactions)
Festivals, fresher’s week parties, gap year travels are just some of the many rites of passage as young people spread their wings to newfound independence. For most these events will pass without incident and leave wonderful memories, but for unfortunately for some young people they will become a headline story or another grim statistic.
Drawn from information gained from police, drugs and alcohol charities, traffic accident respondents, counter-terrorism advisors, the families of victims, A&E Doctors, and magistrates this presentation provides realistic, achievable top tips for keeping young people and their friends safe.
Areas covered include:
- The last photo
- Minicab or walk?
- Drinks spiking
- Safer drugs
- Safer sex – consent under influence?
- Refusing a lift from your friend’s Mum
- Revenge porn
- Fight or flight
- Pack your bag
- Reacting to an assault
- Coping in a terrorist attack
Annabel Taylor-Ross is a former Head of PSHE and Careers Adviser at Blundell’s School. She was previously a Captain in the British Army, serving in Germany, Northern Ireland, Macedonia and Afghanistan. Following her Army career she worked in humanitarian aid, living and working in conflict zones for the UN, the British government and NGOs before moving into teaching.