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Police hold anti-bullying campaign at NC school

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The Springbok police, in partnership with government departments and stakeholders within the Namakwa District, held an anti-bullying campaign at Concordia Primary School on Monday.

An anti-bullying awareness programme was held at Concordia Primary School on Monday. Pictures: Supplied

THE SPRINGBOK SAPS Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences (FCS) unit, in partnership with government departments and stakeholders within the Namakwa District, held an anti-bullying campaign at Concordia Primary School on Monday.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Sergio Kock said 80 pupils were addressed on different forms of bullying and the process to be followed when reporting such incidents.

“Pupils were encouraged to report any form of abuse to the school and also promised that it will be handled with the strictest of confidence,” said Kock.

“This multi-disciplinary event was supported by the Thutuzela Care Centre of Springbok, the National Prosecuting Authority, Department of Education and the Department of Social Development.”

Kock added that the anti-bullying campaign formed part of Child Protection Week.

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