Rushcliffe South neighbourhood policing team together with Police licencing officers and council partners from Rushcliffe Borough were out in the community raising awareness for the Ask Angela campaign
A neighbourhood policing team was out in the community raising awareness of the Ask Angela campaign.
Rushcliffe South neighbourhood policing team together with Police licencing officers and council partners from Rushcliffe Borough was out on Wednesday (February 7.)
Ask for Angela is a code phrase that people who are feeling unsafe, vulnerable or threatened can discretely seek help by approaching a venue staff and asking them for Angela.
Ask Angela can be used by anyone at any time and may mean something simple like calling for a taxi to help a person leave a difficult situation or if required, contacting the Police for assistance on their behalf.
Councillor Rob Inglis said: "The Ask for Angela campaign plays an important role in protecting anyone who feels unsafe when meeting socially and ensuring it is also available in rural outlets is essential."