Helping you feel safer in St.Helens Town
Safer in Town is a scheme developed
by the St.Helens Coalition of Disabled People (CDP), in partnership
with St.Helens Council, the St.Helens Hate Crime Partnership and
Merseyide Police. The aim of the scheme is to help vulnerable
people feel safe, confident and reassured when visiting and
using the facilities within St Helens Town Centre.
How it works?
Members of the scheme are issued with a
key-ring and / or fold-down card which includes the Safer in
Town logo opposite.
The card contains information about the
member's emergency contact details.
A number of venues
(click on venues for details)
around the Town Centre have registered to be safe havens, and
will provide assistance to vulnerable people, if you are unwell,
haven been involved in an accident, been a victim of crime or just
in need of some help and assistance.
The registered venues display a 'Safer In
Town' sticker in their window - so members know that they can get
assistance from the people in that location who will use your
details on your card or keyring to call your Emergency
To get your keyring and card, or for more
information, contact David Webster at the
Coalition of Disabled People-
Call: 01744 730266
E-mail: [email protected]