Determine if your local law enforcement agency is participating
Contact your local law enforcement agency and ask them if they are participating.
If they aren't currently participating, your local law enforcement agency contacts the Seattle Police Department to learn about the requirements to participate in the Safe Place program.
Once your local law enforcement agency and the Seattle Police Department have agreed upon participation, your facility can work with your local law enforcement agency to become a designated Safe Places program participant.
Designating your building as a Safe Places program participant means your agency agrees to display either the Seattle Police Department or Olympia Police Department Safe Place symbol on a main window or door. It also means that building leadership and public facing employees are willing to assist and protect victims of crime by:
Calling 911 when needed.
Allowing victims to enter.
Allowing victims to remain in the building until police arrive.
Communicate with your employees about your organization's participation
Change Management/Readiness checklist
Suggested cultural relevance training
List of definitions & terminology for the LGBTQ+ community