Thursday, July 25, 2024

Safer Nights NL to support night time economy in Brigg

Businesses and workers from Brigg’s Pubwatch have signed up to the Safer Nights NL charter.

Many night time economy venues are part of Pubwatch and have signed the Safety at Night Charter, pledging to take the safety of everyone seriously. It shows venues are being proactive in improving safety of those working in the night time economy and members of the public who want to enjoy socialising safely.

This follows on from the Safer Nights NL being successfully launched in Scunthorpe.

The campaign sees venues being trained in bystander training, how to use bleed kits and First Aid training, and given details on Ask Angela and spiking and ‘One Punch’ awareness. 

The charter was created by the North Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP), which includes North Lincolnshire Council, Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue, Ongo, the National Probation Service, NHS Humber and North Yorkshire ICB and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner.

North Lincolnshire CSP has also teamed up with WalkSafe, the personal safety app. It features a safety map that will show the safe space venues in Scunthorpe (and soon to show Brigg venues). 

Chief Superintendent Paul French of Humberside Police said: “As part of our local Safer Nights North Lincolnshire partnership, we are delighted to support the launch of Pubwatch in Brigg and the initiative of the Walk Safe App extending its coverage across our local communities.  

“Humberside Police are absolutely committed to working with our communities and our partners to ensure everyone can have a safe and enjoyable experience when out and around North Lincolnshire.” 

 

Image credit: Stock.adobe.com/Mirko Vitali

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