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Less than a week left for the WhoseWorldAreYou Police motorcycle safety campaign

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Bedfordshire Police’s motorcycle safety campaign has been a roaring success so far, with several bikers taking part in the competition and sharing photos of themselves with the person they mean the world to.
The #WhoseWorldAreYou campaign was launched on Monday 11 June and aims to encourage motorcyclists and drivers to take a little extra care on the roads.
Bikers are invited to submit pictures of themselves with the person they mean the world to on social media with the hashtag #WhoseWorldAreYou for their chance to win £200 worth of motorcycle shop vouchers.

Sergeant Chris Smith from the Road Policing Unit said:  “We have had a great start to the competition and with just less than a week left, I want to encourage people to get involved by continuing to share their photos on social media.
“We are committed to reducing the number of serious and fatal collisions on the county’s roads and I would urge everyone to play their part by looking out for one another.”

The #WhoseWorldAreYou campaign delivers the message to bikers that to the world they’re just one person, but to one person they’re the world and encourages them to share pictures of them with that person.
The campaign also aims to humanise riders by showing the person behind the helmet and demonstrating they are a range of people, with names, personalities and families, just like car drivers.
Competition entries should be submitted via the force’s social media accounts:
@bedspolice Twitter or Beds Police Facebook page, using the hashtag #WhoseWorldAreYou.

Entries will be published on the force social media accounts. The closing date for entries is midnight on Saturday 30 June 2018 and the winner will be announced on Friday 6 July 2018. For full terms and conditions visit the force website.


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