Thanks Islam: Children should be taught terror message of ‘Run, Hide, Tell’, says Scotland Yard

Children must be taught how to deal with a major terrorist attack in the same way they have been told to be wary of strangers, a senior Scotland Yard officer has said.

The Government’s campaign telling members of the public how to keep safe if they are caught in a Paris-style rampage must also be taught to children.

Asst Dept Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi, the National Police Chiefs’ Council spokesman for protective security, said any terrorist attack on a crowded building or busy public space is likely to affect a large number of young people as well as adults.

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  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    But having muzzies among us is worth all this, right?

    • Petrilia

      No

  • Another day, another surrender.

    • Petrilia

      These deputy assistant etc wonks ought to be fired and bring in someone who will make sure kids can sleep at night.

  • simus1

    Lucy seems to be one of those fortunate fast track, high profile, people in law enforcement who regard having a death grip on the obvious as being profound.

  • canminuteman

    It’s one of the benefits of diversity!