City, University of London and the National Business Crime Centre (NBCC) are delighted to co-host a one-day event focusing on crime reduction partnerships. The agenda brings together BCRPs, the police, businesses, BIDs and policy makers to share best practice in tackling crime and antisocial behaviour.
The agenda includes insights from the Lead of the APCC Portfolio Group on Business Crime, case studies from partnerships that have implemented effective and innovative practices, and an overview of the recently revised accreditation process. You can also hear valuable overviews on Information Sharing Agreements (ISAs), updates on new and existent legislation that is central to BCRPs everyday work, and in-depth discussion on recurrent concerns such as anti-social behaviour (ASB). The workshop will be followed by a networking drinks reception.
The registration form is password protected as priority is being given to an invited audience. If you’d like to register and haven’t received an invite, please email [email protected] and we'll be in touch.
Read about our speakers and their biographies here.
- Katy Bourne OBE, Police and Crime Commissioner (Sussex Police) and Lead of the APCC Portfolio Group on Business Crime and Road Safety
- Helen Dickinson OBE, Chief Executive (British Retail Consortium)
- Jenny Alleyne, Head of Operational Risk and Compliance (Co-op)
- Sarah Bird, General Manager (National Business Crime Solution)
- Anna Dawson, Policy Adviser (Home Office)
- Jordan Ford, DI and Head of National Counter Terrorism Security (NaCTSO's Business Engagement Unit)
- Jo Grimshaw, Head of Anti Social Behaviour and Partnerships (Surrey Police)
- Patrick Holdaway, Superintendent (National Business Crime Centre)
- Fran Inman, Senior Project Manager (Bristol BIDs)
- Sophie Jordan, Manager (NABCP)
- Adam Ratcliffe, Operations Director (Safer Business Network)
- Emmeline Taylor, Chair (BCRP National Standards Board) and Professor (City, University of London)
- Christopher Turner, Professor and CEO (British BIDs)
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