Young People

Welcome to the young people’s section of Cleveland Police website

Cleveland Police works hard to protect you, your friends and your family but there are some things that you can do to help yourself and others feel safe and more in control of your lives. The young people pages will give you some tips on how to stay safe, avoid trouble when you are out with friends and how to be a safe surfer when using your computer.

Do you want to find out more about you and the law, join the Police Cadets or have a go at some puzzles?

We hope you find these pages useful and would love to hear from you with suggestions for other things you would like to have included, comments  or even just if you want some more information  - Get in touch .

The Law

Are pirate DVDs really illegal? What happens if the police stop me in the street? Is it true I cant travel to the USA if I have a criminal record? Find the answers to these questions and more in our frequently asked questions section.

View more about the law

Art of Safety 2011

A Guisborough schoolgirl’s love of birdwatching has inspired her artistic talent and won her school £1,500.

Bethany Jefferson, 12, a pupil at Laurence Jackson School, Guisborough, fought off competition from nearly 5,000 entrants to claim first prize in the Cleveland Police Art of Safety competition.

 

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Who to call

Always dial 999 in an emergency

Latest news

  • Tue, 22 Jul 2014

    Hard Work of Officers and Staff Recognised in HMIC Report

    Cleveland Police has been rated as outstanding for ensuring financial security in the short term and long tem, according to a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).

  • Wed, 16 Jul 2014

    Twelve Arrests in Online Child Abuse Investigation

    Twelve people have been arrested by Cleveland Police after the force joined 44 forces across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland in a six-month operation targeting people accessing indecent images of children online.

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