PREMIER League Footballers, Power Rangers and predators have all been the subject of popular card swapping game Top Trumps.

And now it is the turn of the police as the Hayes and Coney Hall safer neighbourhood team unveil their own version Cop Trumps.

The cards are a set of 30 numbered cards featuring pictures and descriptions of the officers from the team.

Each officer will carry their own card and children will be challenged to find and speak to officers - either when out patrolling the ward or when visiting the school - to collect their card.

Additional cards will be given to children on request in answer to a simple personal safety question and they will then get a special ‘gold’ card congratulating them when they have collected the full set.

Ten of the cards feature a personal safety quiz and they can all be used to play Cop Trumps as each card has numerical data about that team member.

They were launched at Hayes Primary School, George Lane, Hayes, where every child in Year 6 was given a card to start them off.

PC Mark Donovan from the Hayes and Coney Hall Safer Neighbourhood Team said: "Younger children have always enjoyed collecting cards and we have certainly seen a lot of interest in these new Cop Trump cards.

“We hope that the children will enjoy building the set, and learning more about the work of the police and their local officers."

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