“When there’s one incident police report to the LEA they should immediately send out a blanket letter to the whole of Kent to make sure children are aware of stranger danger because there are people travelling around who don’t stick to one area.Jesus wept...!
“Eventually it’d be good to have it nationwide. It would mean children everywhere have that extra chance of being safe.
“It’s so important we protect our kids.”
That has to be the worst bit of 'For the chiiilllldreeeenn!' I've seen since, well, the last one.
Look, you dozy mare,there's no point whatsoever blanketing the whole of Kent with letters about a 'stranger danger'.
You've set up a Facebook group, you are chatting to your equally dim and hysterical friends about it (Leonora Buyers: “Our children's safety is at stake.” Amelia Forder: “Most let their children run a few yards ahead of them but not now, because they know it can just take a split second.”), and you've all raised sufficient awareness of it that the officials are already scurrying to avoid bad publicity:
The council’s area education officer, Simon Webb, said: “That won’t happen because any response by any school has to be proportionate to the level of alert.But that's not good enough.
“We would send out a letter within the immediate locality of where an incident’s happened but it doesn’t need to be any wider than that.
“We don’t want to cause any unnecessary alarm.”
However Mr Webb says in future where there are multiple incidents involving one suspect, all schools will now be instructed to tell parents.
Lee Karnovski wants everyone, everywhere - parents or not - to get a letter telling them the vital information that 'a white man in his 30s who drives a silver car' is a potential threat to chiiillldreeen everywhere...
These women have the vote, people! Aren't you horrified? I certainly am...
Update: Oh, crap, now the 'Daily Fail!' weighs in...