Autism Together has partnered with Radio City Talk’s Liverpool Live show to make sure mate crime – the bullying and exploitation of vulnerable people – is no-longer a hidden crime.
From Monday 16 October – Friday 20 October tune into Mick Coyle’s Liverpool Live show at 11.30am to hear real-life stories of mate crime and how autism experts are tackling it.
Liverpool Live is on Radio City Talk via 1548 MW, DAB digital radio, app or online
Listen out for news bulletins daily across Radio City 96.7 FM, Radio City 2 105.9 FM and Radio City Talk
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Come along to our Friendship Café on Monday 16 October from 9.30am to midday at Bromborough Pool garden centre. Learn how to make positive, healthy friendships and protect yourself or your loved one with autism from mate crime. Address: Bromborough Pool Garden Centre, 3&4 The Green, Bromborough Pool Village, Wirral, CH62 4TT. More information from Steve Vasey on 0151 666 9960
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If you or a loved one have been affected by mate crime and wish to report an incident to the police, Autism Together can support you through the process in a calm, autism-friendly environment.
Our Hate and Mate Crime Reporting Centres are at:
- The Rainbow Resource Centre, 120 Chester Street, Birkenhead, CH41 5DL. Tel 0151 666 9960
- Wirral Centre for Autism, 6 Tebay Road, Bromborough, CH62 3PA. Tel 0151 334 7510
- Tower House, Unit 1, Tower Road, Birkenhead, CH41 1FT. Tel 0151 559 2399 x 2
Supporting National Hate Crime Awareness Week.