CRIME PREVENTION AT THE PARENT ACADEMY
The Jászberény Police Station pays special attention to the importance of crime prevention among the young people of Jászság, therefore they draw attention to the dangers lurking in them through various interactive lectures. Within the program of the Parents’ Academy of the Jászberény Community House, we hosted crime prevention lecturer Tibor Orosz from the Police on April 21, who gave a presentation to children in grades 6 and 7 at 3 pm, and then involved parents in the lecture from 4 pm. During the afternoon, the members and parents of groups 1 and 4 in Jászság had an interesting, humorous, sometimes shocking experience, which the participants report on.
“In today’s performance, we heard about harmful passions. How these drugs affect their consumers, how their environment can tell us what to watch out for. When our child comes home drugged, his behavior changes. The pain threshold rises, the feeling of pain almost disappears. She becomes a secretary, turns to herself, reluctant to talk to her parents. The following caught on very much in today’s performance: the most important thing is the loving family, the safe family background, where the child can tell them his difficulties, his problems. We are very happy that our children have heard about all this. Thank you very much for your helpful thoughts! ” Tóthné Németh Györgyi, Sárköziné Tajti Magdolna
“On Thursday afternoon, we had the opportunity to attend a lecture on mind-altering drugs. We learned a lot of thought-provoking things during the presentation. We could see repulsive images for us where the effect of the carnivorous bacterium in the crocodile drug was also shown. It was very awful. I really liked the instructive stories told by Uncle Tibor from his childhood. We have learned that mind-altering drugs have an illegal and legal group. There are other types, such as nicotine or alcohol. These drugs can be dispensed with, there is a kind of drug that we get used to when we taste it. We could hear scary pictures and stories. Many thanks to Tibor Orosz. ” Kaptás Márk Máté, Kálmán Jázmin Margit