Join in with our ‘Keep Connected’ seminars this coming August

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Join in with our ‘Keep Connected’ seminars this coming August

Some of you may have joined us by being involved with our online ‘Keep Connected’ Zoom sessions over the past few months. These sessions are providing opportunities for NHW members and wider communities to advance their knowledge in all things such as crime prevention & fraud to allotment security & social media. Our aim is to provide as much information to our members enabling you to feel better informed and to be much more aware of falling victim to any potential crimes.

We have a full week of online sessions booked in for the beginning of August. Take a look at the list below and drop us an email at to reserve your place.

Don’t forget these are all FREE for the Humberside area so spread the word amongst your community groups, the more the merrier we say!

Monday 3rd August – Modern Day Slavery @ 10.30am – Presented by Andrew Smith from the Humber Modern Slavery Partnership. Andrew will be discussing just what Modern Day Slavery looks like, who it affects, why it happens and what we can do about it. He will also provide us with the signs to spot and how to report any suspected information to help put an end to Modern Day Slavery.

Tuesday 4th August – Wildlife Talk @ 10.30am – Would you like to encourage more wildlife into your garden or community green space? Do you have questions you would like answering on wildlife issues you may have? Join wildlife expert Andrew Gibson, who will be on hand to answer any of your questions.

Thursday 6th August – Cybercrime Awareness @ 10.30am – General awareness session with PC Kennedy highlighting the types of cybercrimes and how people can best protect themselves.

Thursday 6th August – Hackers & Social Engineering @ 2.00pm – Hosted by PC Alistair Kennedy of the Cyber Crime Unit at Humberside Police, this new session has been added due to interest in this part of cybercrime being raised. Social engineering is the art of how criminals manipulate people to obtain confidential information – – definitely better to be aware of these tactics.

Friday 7th August – Cyber Aware – Keeping young people safe online @ 2.00pm – PC Kennedy will be raising awareness of potential harmful situations and discussing how to keep our young people safe online.

Tuesday 18th August – Allotment security @ 10.30am – Join the NN Team and PC Lee Fuller of Humberside Police for a discussion and friendly advice on how to keep your allotment and equipment secure.

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