Campaign to tackle bullying on school buses
EAST YORKS: An advertising campaign has been launched to tackle bullying and antisocial behaviour on home-to-school transport.
Buswise is a single point of contact for all issues relating to school bus services, allowing people to report problems.
A double-decker bus has been wrapped in a poster to highlight the East Riding Council and East Yorkshire Motor Services campaign.
Councillor Symon Fraser, East Riding portfolio holder for environment, said: "Drivers and passengers should be able to go about their day-to-day lives without incident."
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Councillor Jackie Cracknell, portfolio holder for community partnerships, said: "Antisocial behaviour on buses will not be tolerated."
The bus will operate throughout the East Riding and will raise awareness to children and parents that Buswise offers a discreet reporting system for them to bring up their concerns.
Issues reported are then sent to schools or operators for further investigation.