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Report the places where you felt unsafe with Street Safe

Written by Adrian Worthington, published 09-13-21 Report the places where you felt unsafe

You can now report the places you felt unsafe via a new tool launched by the Government with the support of the National Police Chiefs’ Council. The service has been designed to flag these unsafe areas to the Police.

Street Safe is aimed primarily at women and girls and is hosted on the national policing website. The tool enables the general public to anonymously drop a pin onto a map and describe the areas that gave them concern.

These could range from environmental issues such as inadequate lighting on footpaths or behavioural circumstances like public harassment or being followed – Any circumstances that made you feel unsafe.

We think this is a great idea, as it can raise areas of concern to the police before potential crimes have been committed helping residents and local communities feel safer and if this stops even one potential attack from occurring in the future then we are all for it!!

We obviously always recommend you carry one of our alarms for increased security, but initiatives like this decrease the situations when you will have to use it.

It’s great you can report the places where you felt unsafe, but it’s also wise to do some simple forward planning to keep you safe before leaving on any journey – here are our suggestions …

Before you go out… 

If you think you are being followed … 


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