The Rochdale Safe Place Scheme

The Safe Place Scheme is part of our Hate Crime/Keeping Safe project run by SPICE. It is supported by Rochdale Borough Council and Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership.

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What is a Safe Place?

A Safe Place is somewhere people can go if they feel scared, are lost or need help when they are out and about. A safe place can be a shop, office, station or public building such as a library or leisure centre. All Safe Places will display the Safe Places logo.

How to Become a Safe Place

We are actively looking for businesses and organisations to join the scheme and help make Rochdale a safer place. If you or your organisation are based in Rochdale and are interested in becoming a safe place, we'd love to hear from you. You can download a Registration Form here or email for further information.

What is involved?

By becoming a member of the scheme, you agree to:

This scheme is intended to provide a short-term place of safety. You will either direct someone, or help them contact someone else who can help them further. You are not expected to provide ongoing support, or become involved in any complex situations.

Benefits of joining the scheme


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