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Safety campaign

A POLICE campaign to raise awareness about online safety for children has been launched.

The Stay Safe Online project was unveiled at Pirie Park primary school in Glasgow when police constable Stevie Scott joined 10-year-old pupils Kerry Craig, Essa Torkman, Mark Docherty and Namitha Siven.

Packs for youngsters including leaflets, posters, mouse mats and water bottles will be distributed to schools across Scotland.

Picture: Colin Mearns.

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