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why did the police give this warning?
Actually it doesn't matter really.
1 Criminal activity is any criminal offence. Normally it refers to gang activity. You can refuse to sign if you want to but then that will increase the risk to him.
2 No but if he doesn't he racks up the chances of being prosecuted and of social services interest. the young children are particularly vulnerable as this will be considered a child protection issue.
It would be a good idea to engage.
Can I clarify anything for you?
But if the information is false then the workshops will do no harm?
It is really a matter for you. I am just making the point that principles can be expensive.
The issue is not particularly him but the other children. Child protection issues are child protection.
you might well contest it and succeed but you need to understand the risk.
It depends whether they are concerned it is a localised issue.
It is really a matter for you but it is not likely to bring it to an end.
I am sorry but I can't tell you that it will go away for certain unless you engage.
It might pay off. It might not. You are taking a risk.
I am not going to be able to tell you that you are not.
Gang activity could involve any connection at all. It is a matter of police intelligence.
Not sure what you mean about the child protection
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