“Cumbria Police have launched a campaign that will run over the summer focusing on providing safety advice. The campaign will run until the end of August and will cover a wide range of areas of personal safety.
As the summer holidays fast approach and social calendars fill up, police want to encourage the public to take simple steps to enjoy a safe summer.
The Constabulary’s social media platforms will publish videos offering practical safety advice. Also highlighted will be how police work with partner agencies and valuable schemes, such as Ask for Angela and Street Angels, to help keep people safe.
The Constabulary will also want to hear views and ideas from the public around how to keep safe when on a night out or at festivals. Social media polls will run over the next two months to gain this insight.
Ahead of the county’s biggest music festival, Kendal Calling, a Geofilter will be available to revellers. Further festival-specific advice will be issued in the build-up and during the event.
The campaign will also include a free prize draw, ran on the Cumbria Police Facebook account, focused on public safety advice.”
Find more from Cumbria Police (UK, July 2019)