Greater Manchester Police has unveiled the latest recruits that have been drafted in to help keep people safe during the festive period.
Pupils from St Edmund’s RC Primary School, in Miles Platting, Manchester have joined officers to give vital crime prevention advice to people across Greater Manchester.
Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy has been working with the children aged four to 10 to make sure people know how to protect themselves, their family, their home and possessions during Christmas and New Year.
He said: “Staying safe during Christmas really is child’s play if you remember the key advice and the pupils have helped to keep things simple.”
The daily video messages will be circulated as part of GMP’s Operation Advent to target criminals and provide crime prevention advice. A special advent calendar will be in place from 1 December on the GMP website and the children’s advice will be circulated on the Force’s social network sites.