Help with Safe Places
Safe Places help people with a learning disability and Autism.
Look out for the Safe Place sticker on registered Safe Places.
Get your Safe Places card from Healthy Cornwall.
Call 01209 615 600 or email email@example.com
To find out where Safe Places are in Cornwall go to www.cornwall.gov.uk/safeplaces
Or use the Safe Places app for places in Cornwall and beyond in England and Wales.
Get for free on the App Store or Google Play.
More information about Safe Places
The Safe Places scheme encourages people with a learning disability and Autism to be independent, and provides reassurance to their family and carers. As Richard Gittins, who helps manages the scheme, says:
“This scheme helps people with a learning disability to go out and about on their own. It also helps parents of someone with a learning disability to give them the confidence that their family member will be safe.”
Safe Places are businesses and services, which helps persons with a learning disability or Autism. The Safe Place calms the person and, if required, calls their contact person. This contact person is found written on their Safe Place card, that we encourage the person to carry.
The police are called if the person is in danger or they have reported bullying or harassment. For concerns about the person's welfare, we encourage the Safe Place to contact the Council’s Safeguarding Team.
A registered Safe Place has a Safe Place sticker in their front window. Devon and Cornwall Police and Cornwall People First support the scheme.
We check Safe Places, and offer training and support.
Businesses and services supporting the Safe Places registered scheme in Liskeard
How do I register as a Safe Place?
If you are interested to register as a Safe Place, email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I find Safe Places in Cornwall?
To find Safe Places in Cornwall visit the interactive map on Cornwall Council’s website. If you would like a list of Safe Places in your area please email email@example.com or call 01209 615 600
Safe Places app
The Safe Place app can show people their nearest Safe Place. Currently not all Cornwall's Safe Places are on the app. It can be downloaded for free from the App store or Google Play.
How do I get a Safe Places card?
If you would like a Safe Places card email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01209 615 600
Safe Places National Network
Due to the kind sponsorship of Rowe’s Cornish Bakers Cornwall’s Safe Places are part of the Safe Places National Network.
Safe Places newsletters
Here are some newsletters which we send out to our registered Safe Places.
Reporting hate crimes/incidents
What's on LD
Join What's on LD for weekly news, events and information about learning disabilities and autism.
To join email email@example.com