Junior Safety Officer

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This page provides information to help you find out about the Junior Safety Officer (JSO) scheme. It provides ideas on how to get involved, and resources to help you with your projects.

The JSO manual contains information on Road Safety: 

  • Be safe, be seen
  • Cycling
  • Pedestrian safety
  • Seatbelts
  • In-car Safety
  • Fire Safety including
    • Early Years Foundation Stages
    • Matches and Lighters
    • Stop, Drop and Roll
    • Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
    • Fire Plans

Before you start the JSO programme, download and complete the registration form below and email it to prevention@fire.cornwall.gov.uk 

Complete the JSO registration formInformation about other JSO activities can be downloaded below:

Twilight Trails - a fun way to be safe and be seen in the dark. Download the Twilight Trails toolkit for all you need to know to set up and run your own Twilight Trail at your school.

School's Parking Project - Run a roadside event to make drivers aware of the dangers of inconsiderate parking around schools. Download the School's Parking Project toolkit for further information.

Don't forget to let us know what you've been doing!

Send a short report by email each term so that we know you're keeping up the good work for road safety in your school.

Download Activity Reporting formIf you are:

  • interested in the JSO programme
  • would like your school or organisation to become involved
  • or would simply like more information, please contact us at prevention@fire.cornwall.gov.uk

Looking for some games, activities and resources to help teach Road Safety at school or at home? We have a range of educational resources, games and activities for any budding Junior Safety Officer and their teacher!

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