The India Protocol is a common sense advanced safeguarding system that has comprehensively increased the safety and security of lone females in Cheltenham's night time economy.
Created by Terry Howard the founder of Cheltenham Guardians after the rape and murder of India Eve Chipchase in 2016, the India Protocol is the primary function of the organisation.
The India Protocol utilises a tried and tested approach, ascertain and assist method targeting lone females. Approximately 3 out of every 10 contacts we make in this way results in further interaction or intervention by our officers.
Quite often, an individual in distress within a night time economy environment will not approach door security, the police or indeed anybody else for assistance. The India Protocol removes this problem by proactive engagement.
Supported by the Chipchase family we are fully committed to seeing the India Protocol rolled out in night time economies throughout the United Kingdom.
In memory of India Eve Chipchase.
India Eve Chipchase
A rare video insight into the India Protocol at work. Our team became aware of a distressed and intoxicated female who was with a male unknown to her. What you will see in the video is a typical India Protocol intervention and extraction. We respond quickly and decisively to any situation where there is an imbalance of power or the risk of harm. The female in the video was reunited with friends and returned home safely. There is no implication of any wrongdoing by any party in this video.