Youth: Dover partnership helping young people stay safe

06th March 2018

Over 1,000 Year 8 students from secondary schools in Dover, Deal and Sandwich will be attending the first ever Dover District Youth Conference to explore issues ranging from online safety, relationships, gangs and crime, and substance misuse.

The conference is being held on Tuesday, 6 March at the Duke of York’s Royal Military School in Dover, and has been organised by Dover District Council and the Dover District Community Safety Partnership.

Cllr M J Holloway, Dover District Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Safety, and Chairman of the Dover District Community Safety Partnership, said: “Young people today are better connected than ever but this also exposes them to risks, from inappropriate social media posts, to the dangers of sexual exploitation.

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