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Disability Cornwall
Safe Places Scheme

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The Safe Places Scheme is a national initiative which helps people with a learning difficulty or disability if feeling scared or at risk while out and about in the community and need support right away.

 

A 'Safe Place' can be a shop, café, pub, community centre, local organisation or anywhere except a private dwelling. Yellow stickers, such as the one above, are placed in the Safe Place window. People with a learning difficulty or disability can carry a yellow card which has their name and the telephone numbers of two nominated contacts, which could be family, friends or a carer.

 

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If you, or someone you know, finds themselves in need of help while out and about, feels threatened, or are unable to get home for some reason, go to any of the nominated Safe Places for help. A map of Safe Places can be found here.

 

If you would like a Safe Places card or want your business to become a Safe Place, call 01209 313419 or email

 

Hate Crime

 

If you’re concerned about hate crime, or would like to talk to someone about it, you can contact a Third Party Reporting Centre, such as disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly. These centres have been established across Cornwall to provide information, advice and support with any concerns.

 

You can also contact Stop Hate UK who have a 24 hour helpline, available every day of the year. Call 08088 021155 and see how they can help you.

 

Or use the Report-It website to report hate crimes that have happened to you or someone you know.

 

Mate Crime

 

Mate crime is when people pretend to be friends with people who have a learning difficulty but go on to exploit them. People who commit Mate Crimes might be nice to your face. These people are often not rude, violent or aggressive, nor do they steal your things. They pretend to be nice to you. You can find out more about mate crime on the Safety Net website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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