The Stay Safe Scheme helps people who are feeling vulnerable or scared when they are out and about in Suffolk. Businesses around Suffolk are supporting the scheme by displaying a Stay Safe sticker in their windows to promote that they are willing to help. People who carry Stay Safe cards, which hold personal information about them including their medical history, communication needs and emergency contacts, can therefore have greater confidence when leaving the house. The Suffolk Stay Safe Scheme Partnership has extended over time to include the Dementia Project, Suffolk Family Carers, ACE, Sensing Change, Leading Lives, Sue Ryder, Suffolk Constabulary, Realise Futures and many others. The scheme is managed by Suffolk Hate Crime Service on behalf of the partnership.