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Dolphy Pais

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John Dias
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Fr. Anil
D'Costa

Principal

 

 

News and Events

 

Talk on Road Safety and POCSO Act
An enthusiastic team of Manipal Police was present at the Trinity Central School to create awareness on 'Road Safety and on sexual abuse among young children'.

The session was held in the Bonaventure Block at 3.00 pm. Rev. Fr. Anil DíCosta the Principal of Trinity Central School, introduced the Police team consisting of Mr. Sudarshan M, Police Inspector; Mr. Sridhar MP, Sub-Inspector; Mr. Uday Amin, Head Constable, Ms. Nethravathi, Woman Police Head Constable and Mahadevi, PSI and gave a warm welcome to them.

Students from Grades VIII, IX and X attended the talk that was informative as well as practical like precautions students must take on the roads, how to deal with strangers etc.

The following members from the Manipal Police spoke on different issues such as Road Safety, Prevention of Sexual Abuse etc.

Police Sub-Inspector Mr. Sridhar MP explained about the different kinds of sign boards and its importance. Mrs. Nethravathi spoke on POCSO Act, how important it is to know about child abuse and the consequences of the same in our society.

Thereafter, the Police explained the protective measures the students and the adults need to know and understand the seriousness of sexual abuse in our society. The Police team also shared their Emergency Telephone No. 100 and the fire station no. 0820-2537222, so that they can be of immediate support in case of emergency.

The police are alert and aware of several situations where children and women are assaulted. They informed students and teachers that we need to voice out such incidents in our society with immediate care and urgency.

They also emphasized that when abuse is known, adults must face the problem honestly, protect the child at all cost and place responsibilities appropriately with the abuser.

In short, it was time for every Trinitarian to voice out injustice and be responsible in our homes, workplace and surroundings and to be alert and cautious.

Itís also very important to be well equipped with the traffic rules for safety and security among students and society on a whole. Hats off to the Manipal Police for being an eye opener and guiding our youth.


 

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