National missing persons coordination centre

Tour de Tassie

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In partnership with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Tasmania Police, the AFP is proud to again support Day for Daniel (Morcombe) through an educational tour of Tasmania, 'Tour de Tassie'.

Building on the success of last year’s ‘Tweed to the Territory’ tour, and the AFP’s role in reducing the incidence and impact of Commonwealth crimes against the person, the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre and 'ThinkUKnow' Cyber & Child Safety team will extend the reach of our child protection messaging by jointly facilitating a two-week (4-15 September) tour of Tasmania.

The two-week tour will incorporate the Daniel Morcombe Foundation’s ‘Recognise, React, and Report’ child safety program, in addition to the AFP’s ThinkUKnow cyber safety education program which will be delivered to parents, carers, and teachers in Hobart, Launceston, Devonport, and regional surrounds.

Focusing on the importance of personal and online safety, the tour will take place during National Child Protection Week (3-9 September), and will mark the 12th year of the AFP's support of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

If you would like to get involved and find out some important tips in keeping your kids safe online, there are a number of parent ThinkUKnow sessions you can attend;

* Monday 4 September - Lindisfarne (Hobart) (PDF 1MB)

* Thursday 7 September - Launceston (PDF 1MB)

* Tuesday 12 September - Devenport (PDF 1MB)




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