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A letter sent to parents in Nantwich warns letting children play adult games could be "neglect" and could see them reported. Parents of primary school children have been warned they could be reported to police or social services if they let their children play violent or sexual video games.
A group of 15 primary schools and one secondary academy in Nantwich, Cheshire, sent the letter warning adult-themed games, such as Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto, could lead to "early sexualised behaviours". The letter also warned against giving young children access to social media, including Facebook or WhatsApp, because it "leaves them vulnerable to grooming for sexual exploitation or extreme violence".
Video game ratings are set by Pan-European Game Information PEGI and it is illegal for retailers to sell 12, 16 and 18 rated games to people below those ages. Games rated 16 depict violence or sexual activity in a manner "that looks the same as would be expected in real life".
They also have more extreme language, encourage the use of tobacco and drugs and the depiction of criminal activities, the Video Standards Council website says. Watch Live.
Police Threat Over Children Playing Adult Games A letter sent to parents in Nantwich warns letting children play adult games could be "neglect" and could see them reported. Fill 2 Copy 11 Created with Sketch. Sunday 29 MarchUK. Why you can trust Sky News.
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