Keeping Safe

Welcome to the Keeping Safe page. Here you will find information about the Keep Safe scheme and other helpful ways to stay safe. 

Bullying and online safety

Online bullying (also know as cyber bullying) is when a person or a group of people use the internet , email, online games or any other kind of digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate you.

Staying safe out and about

Custody guide

Keep Safe Scheme

The scheme is run  by Northants Police and the Learning Disability Partnership Board and local people who have learning disabilities. Keep Safe Scheme aims to support people with learning disabilities to keep safe and get help in an emergency when out and about in Northamptonshire.

Keeping safe online

STAR SEN Toolkit

STAR SEN Toolkit has practical advice and teaching activities to help educators explore e-safety with young people with autism spectrum disorders in Key Stage 3 and 4. For more information visit the Childnet international website here.

Nuisance Calls

The Learning Disability Partnership Board have created a guide to dealing with nuisance phones calls and text messages.

@PHE_UK’s #actfast campaign reminds individuals of the main signs of #stroke and urges the public who notice any one of the signs in themselves or others to call 999, even if they are not sure. Do you know the signs?

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Council response to inspection report

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Stroke is one of the largest causes of complex disability in the UK. Acting FAST can potentially reduce long term effects. Watch Sas’ story to hear the importance of dialling 999. #actfast @PHE_UK

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Twenty years after Easter floods, EA issue reminder to sign up for flood warnings

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Transplants can only take place if people are willing to donate. While more than 4,000 people across the UK benefitted from an organ transplant last y...

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Northamptonshire County Council's cover photo

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