The Lion Patrol: #UusSkuutti

New video for children out now!

The Lion Patrol show for the youngest children is just recently recorded on video. In the Short movie #UusSkuutti  we hear songs with catchy melodies, and the children get advice on traffic and friendship. Enjoy!

In Finnish only.

Tom Jones -Show

Helsinki Police Department tradition day concert was broadcasted on Alfa tv in March 27, 2021. Soloist: Mikael Saari. You can still watch the show at permanto.fi

Tuu mun mukaan

Helsinki Police Symphonic Band vocalist Onni Lonka composed a song about friendship and respecting each other. With the song, Onni and the band hope to prevent bullying, still too regularly occuring at school environments.

In November 2020, ‘Tuu mun mukaan’ was elected as the Children’s Song Of The Year in Finland. There were ten songs from which the public could vote their favourite from. The ten songs were hand-picked by professional musicians working with children’s music.

The sheet music is free to download for private use and for schools.

In Finnish only.

 

Children’s Video Series

Helsinki Police Symphonic Band released a video series for children in spring 2020. Among the topics are the emergency number 112, bullying, traffic etc. 

Videos with English subtitles are available on the Helsinki Police Symphonic Band YouTube channel.

We hope that video series will bring joy and safety to as many children as possible.  All videos are free to use e.g. in teaching.

Poliisitube

Helsinki Police Symphonic Band is playing on a YouTube series launched by The Police of Finland. The Police Lion series is aimed for children in day-cares and lower-classes of comprehensive school. In the episodes, children are shown as capable and innovative citizens, who often give advice to their parents or other adults.

There are nine episodes in the series. The topics include traffic-related matters, getting lost, and social media. There is a song included in each episode performed by the Helsinki Police Symphonic Band with own soloists. Children’s Choir from the Suna School (Espoo) is singing the songs as well.

In Finnish only.