Learning for Today, Living for Tomorrow

10th November 2000 at 00:00
Police work is increasingly concerned with the civic structures within which law enforcement and crime prevention take place. A CD-Rom from West Yorkshire police, Learning for Today, Living for Tomorrow, provides activities and challenges for pupils from key stages 1 to 3. There is information on precautions such as marking property and securing homes; advice on safety in the steet, in school and at home; and an exploration of the nature and provenance of rules and laws. A time-lapse record of a shoplifting incident allows pupils to think about both crime and punishment.

CD-Rom pound;9.95, CD-Rom plus activities pack pound;19.95 from TAG Developments, Dept WYP01, 25 Pelham Road, Gravesend, Kent DA11 0HU. Tel: 0800 591262. Email: info@tagdev.co.uk


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