The University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES) “Evaluation of Safe Spaces” final report has been released. The results are great news for Hobart City Mission, the Safe Spaces program and Greater Hobart Area.
The report’s findings highlight Safe Space’s exceptional performance, contributing to:
- A MASSIVE increase in the number of vulnerable Tasmanians connected with housing services.
- A marked DECREASE in the number of participants presenting under the influence or alcohol or other drugs.
- More than 16,000 nights of safety and security for those in our community who need it.
The report calls for an increase of funding for the program and for its expansion into other locations across the city.
We couldn’t be prouder of our Safe Space team members! And couldn’t be happier to see all that they have achieved over the last few years get the recognition it deserves!
Three cheers for Safe Space!
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The University of Tasmania and Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES) “Evaluation of Safe Spaces” final report has been