Streetwise crime prevention. Get Safe Online. A Thin Line : www.athinline.org. Driving Theory Test from LDC for 2012. FREE Theory Test Below you will find two options to take a free Theory Test using the official revision questions for the Theory Test test.
The options below are only for car drivers but the full product provides tests for both motorcycle riders and car drivers. The second part of the Theory Test is the Hazard Perception Test which you can sample by going to Hazard Perception Test. Option 1 : Free Theory Test download (PC software) Free Theory Test Download If you would like to experience the first part of the Theory Test please click the button opposite to download a fully working example of the multiple choice test. Option 2 : Free online Theory Test Please click on the image below to start one of the two web-based theory tests using flash.
Free Online Theory Test Free Theory Test The move was introduced by the Road Safety Minister to ensure new drivers learn the principles behind driving theory instead of just memorising the answers to pre-set questions. eSafety. Facing up to Facebook Webinar. CyberNetrix. Stay Safe. Computer Viruses Viruses, worms, Trojan horses, malware and spyware are human-made software programs created to wreak havoc on personal computers and networks.
Unless you exercise great caution, your computer will almost certainly become infected. Passwords Your password is your prime defense against unauthorized access to your personal account. If you don't want someone reading your e-mail or reviewing your banking records it's important to choose passwords carefully. Safety Tips for Parents Just like in the real world, parents must exercise supervision of their kids.
Smart Shopping At a Glance Online shopping has never been more popular. Secure Transactions Data traveling over a network presents an opportunity for someone to intercept this confidential information. Ten Tips for Smart and Safe Shopping Online shopping has never been more popular. Don't Get Caught in the Phish Trap I Spy. Internet Security. Think U Know is a fun / interactive website from the CEOP giving great advice on how to have fun, how to stay in control and how to report incidents when surfing the net, using mobiles, gaming, blogs and chatting online.
If you suspect it... Report it! Weapons. Copyright 2005 Metropolitan Police Auth Its not being "tough or cool" to carry a knife in school or on the streets...
Sadly too many young people and teachers have died over minor arguments because the offender had armed himself with a knife or other weapons and used it... Carrying weapons with you in public and into school is a very serious offence, if found you face a range of punishments :- from being permanently excluded from school, being arrested and appearing in court and going to prison. Anti Social Behaviour. With permisson from LASBU Anti Social Behaviour covers not only bad behavior but crimes as well...
It is your choice to drop litter, shout and scream abuse at people in the street, make prankies, throw stones at windows, swear and abuse people, act tough in gangs, be rude and aggressive, write your names on walls and smash bus shelters, get drunk in the park and be disruptive in school... This is a CONFIDENTIAL way to stop YOU or a FRIEND or SOMEONE you have seen SUFFERING... Check out the FRANK website from the Links page for all you need to know about drugs and also Lancashire Constabulary’s LIMACHARLIE website for more information on this and many other subjects.
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