Ask For Angela

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The Ask for Angela campaign is a discreet way to get help in a bar or pub if a date is going wrong. It aims to prevent situations of vulnerability and potential sexual assaults.

If you find yourself in a state of unease or you feel unsafe, you can approach the bar and ask for Angela. A bar member will recognise the name as a code for assistance and will discreetly help you to safety by either calling you a cab or walking you to your car.

The campaign first emerged in Lincolnshire and has since gone viral as a means of discreet & subtle help. Angela is a play on Angel, acting as a guardian angel in potential dangerous situations. If you find yourself in an uncomfortable position, remember to ask for Angela.

Young Devon are here for any young person who needs us. If you want someone to talk to, we are here to listen, help & support.

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