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An informative talk during PSVE time.



Year 12 students were this week invited to a talk by solicitor advocate, Russell Robinson, who discussed some of the basics of the criminal justice system.

In an entertaining and informative lecture, Russell explained how to avoid being arrested, sometimes for doing something that seems innocuous, such as carrying a butter knife (offensive weapon) or wearing a traffic cone on your head (public disorder).

“It’s so important that teenagers have a good sense of the justice system and how it works in practice,” said Lara Stitt, Director of Girls’ Provision. “By discussing minimum prison terms for what can seem like relatively minor incidents, Russell was able to make students aware of how the law can be applied. His message was very clear: know the law and avoid situations that can escalate into more serious scenarios.”

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