Kuka Studios is now a Keep Safe Place

Kuka Studios is now a Keep Safe Place

On August 5, 2015, Posted by , In kuka studios, With Comments Off on Kuka Studios is now a Keep Safe Place

Keep Safe is an initiative led by Police Scotland and is in partnership with I am Me to raise awareness and increase reports of disability hate crime.  Kuka Studios is proud to work alongside the initiative to offer any disabled or vulnerable person a place to come should they require assistance.

Kuka Studios is part of a network of businesses working with Keep Safe to create safe places for disabled and vulnerable people to go if they are lost, scared, need help or if they are a victim of crime.

What is a Disability Hate Crime?

A crime becomes a disability hate crime when it is ‘perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by malice or ill will based on a persons disability or perceived disability’.

Hate crime reporting has improved, however it is estimated that in the UK around 97% of disability hate crime still goes unreported.  

Find out more about the I am Me community project on their website, Facebook or Twitter.

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