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- 19 January 2017The bi-yearly assessment was completed by the National Association of Business Crime Partnerships which scrutinised the management of the scheme which operates in the Canterbury local authority district.
- 13 January 2017You are invited to attend the NABCP business crime conference on Thursday, 6th April, 2017 at the Park Inn Hotel, Northampton, NN1 2TA. The conference will focus exclusively on business crime reduction partnerships and their work and provides a networking opportunity for everyone whose work encompasses business crime.
- 5 January 2017A person wanted by Bradford police for three serious assaults, robbery, affray, two burglaries and a number of outstanding arrest warrants, was identified and arrested by police thanks to the help of members of Bradford’s city centre beat partnership. The offences included violence in retail premises, assault on police and assault on members of the public when committing burglary and vehicle offences.
- 16 December 2016Blackburn Business Against Crime has held three crime prevention roadshows in Blackburn town centre in the lead up to Christmas in conjunction with the town centre police team.
- 10 December 2016We wish all our members, contributors and visitors a happy Christmas and New Year.
- 1 December 2016Members of G-Safe partnership in Gravesend, Kent have helped a young mother and her nine year-old son, who had been made homeless and spent a period of time in bed-and-breakfast accommodation, to furnish their new flat when they had no money to furnish it themselves.
The National Association of Business Crime Partnerships is an independent not-for-profit organisation working with business crime reduction partnerships (BCRPs), police, local authorities and other agencies to help businesses reduce the impact and cost of crime against them, their staff and the communities they trade in. NABCP works with retailers, the evening economy, transport and other business sectors to reduce crime affecting business in our towns, cities and shopping centres. We aim to do this by working together in partnership with our business members, police and other local statutory agencies and organisations.
Our regional managers have worked with these sectors to create BCRPs as an effective way to reduce crime, violence and anti-social behaviour in our towns and cities. Our work is now expanding to provide services to other business sectors in other areas of crime, working with with our members, the police, ACPO and other local statutory agencies and organisations.
NABCP will continue to represent the interests of BCRPs and seek to expand its influence and work. We believe that neighbourhood policing presents an opportunity for partnerships and police to work more closely together and for recognition of the key role played by partnerships.
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