This season the West Yorkshire Police have been working alongside the Leeds Rhinos to promote community safety to youngsters across the city.
This season the West Yorkshire Police have been working alongside the Leeds Rhinos to promote community safety to youngsters across the city with their 'Give it a Try' campaign. This is the sixth year the Force has run the successful scheme and Leeds have been helping the police send out the positive messages by circulating their latest set of rugby league collector cards. There are a total of cards to collect each displaying a current Rhinos player on one side, and messages addressing youth related issues and community policing on the reverse. This year's messages have been put together by Youth Citizen Panels across West Yorkshire and focus on bullying, racism, personal safety, mobile phone theft, and drugs issues. Fans may have already collected some of these highly sought after cards, but now is the chance to win a unique oversized version, which features Matt Diskin and has been signed by the Rhinos hooker. Also the runner up will receive a framed full set of Leeds Rhinos Community collector cards. To be in with a chance of winning these great prizes all you have to do is tell us in 50 words or less which of the 18 community safety messages featured on this year's collector cards is most important and why. Email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, age contact number. Prizes - 1st Prize: Giant Leeds Rhinos Community Safety collector card signed by Matt Diskin. 2nd Prize: Framed full set of Leeds Rhinos Community Safety collector cards. The 18 messages displayed on the cards are as follows: 1.Drugs - Drink and Drugs they're all for mugs. 2.Race Hate - Race hate has no place on the pitch at home, at work or in school. 3.Desire - A desire to achieve will put you at the top of your game. 4.Homophobic Hate - Homophobic hate has no place on the pitch at home, at work or in school. 5.Sneak -Ins - Lock up each day, keep thieves away! 6.Neighbourhood Watch - Help make your community safer by getting involved. 7.Faith Hate - Faith hate has no place on the pitch at home, at work or in school. 8.Responsibility - Have fun in life, but always think about how your actions may affect others! 9.Vehicle Crime - Make sure your parents remove their belongings when leaving the car, you don't want to tempt passing thieves. 10.Volunteer - Volunteering helps out your community and makes you feel good too. Get involved today! 11.Disability Hate - Disability hate has no place on the pitch at home, at work or in school. 12.Safety - Try walk home with a friend and let your parents know your route! 13.Game Plan - Set a good example to others. Show what you can achieve when you make the right choices. 14.Neighbourhood Policing Teams - Dedicated Police Officers dealing with local problems in your community! 15.Mobile Phone Theft - Don't make it easy to steal your mobile phone, keep it out of sight. 16.West Yorkshire Police - Find out more about the West Yorkshire Police at www.westyprkshire.police.uk 17.Bullying - Take a stand, NO ONE should suffer it! 18.Drugs - Drugs mess up your game plan. Be smart, leave drugs alone!