1. Victim Support Weekly Policy Update: 26th August - 2nd September

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    By Cumbria Together on 13 September 2016

    In this week’s briefing:  An HMIC survey reveals that victims and witnesses are more likely to be dissatisfied with local policing than those who have had contact for other reasons  Replacing the Human Rights Act of 1998 with a new British Bill of Rights may lead to decreased levels of human rights protection, says the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination  The Justice Committee says the inclusion of a right to access restorative justice services in the Victims’ Law is a laudable goal

  2. Victim Support Weekly Policy Update: 19th - 26th August

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    By Cumbria Together on 13 September 2016

    In this week’s briefing:  The Metropolitan Police Service is a force of “commuter cops”, according to think tank Policy Exchange  The Home Affairs Committee says “the support made available to families of individuals who travel abroad to join terrorist organisations is lamentable”  New research by the Police Foundation reveals between 31% and 45% of all fraud that occurs locally may be linked to organised crime

  3. Carlisle Funding Event - Thursday 29 September 2016

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    By Cumbria Together on 13 September 2016

    Carlisle Funding Event Thursday 29 September 2016 10am – 3pm Morton Community Centre, Carlisle

  4. NSPCC - Pokémon Go: a parent's guide

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    By Cumbria Together on 22 August 2016

    Pokémon Go is a game where you collect and trade cute creatures called Pokémon (Pocket Monsters). It's one of the first popular games to use "augmented reality" - a kind of cross between real life and an online world. The game makes it look like Pokémon appear in real life places by using the GPS and camera on your phone.

  5. NSPCC - Let's talk PANTS!

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    By Cumbria Together on 22 August 2016

    Talking PANTS teaches children important messages, like their body belongs to them and they should tell an adult if they're upset or worried.