Collaboration in Crime Reduction Conference

Collaboration in Crime Reduction Conference

16th May 2019 – Mansfield Library Auditorium

We are pleased to announce that the inaugural Collaboration in Crime Reduction Conference will be taking place in Mansfield on Thursday 16th May 2019. Tickets are on sale now from only £15+VAT. It promises to be a fantastic day highlighting great work from within crime and security organisations and BCRPs across the country and providing delegates with essential strategic knowledge sharing and help on achieving the BCRP standards.

There a huge number of organisations taking part including:

Agenda

10:30   Welcome Russell Downing – Revive & thrive

 10:35  Welcome to Nottinghamshire Paddy Tipping – Police Crime Commissioner

 10:40  Geoff Zeidler – PaS

             Introduction to PaS – making collaboration between the police & private sector more effective

 10:55   Community Guarding, guest speakers: Chris Neilson – Sussex Police, Aaron Clark – Sainsburys

             The impact of Sussex’ project and plans for a service in Nottingham

 11:40   BCRP’s and BIDs, guest speakers: Steven Lang – Northampton BCRP, Andrew Stafford, Martin Blackwell and Catherine Mitton – The BID Foundation

             How good they can be, and what they can deliver together

 12:55   Lunch, networking opportunities and chance to visit the exhibitors.

 13:40   National Initiatives – Counter Terrorism & Business Crime, guest speakers: Patrick Holdaway – NBCC, Severine Bernasconi, and Andrew Nicholls – CSSC

 14:40   National Initiatives – PDSC and Managing your Digital Security vulnerabilities, guest speakers: Simon Newman – LondonDSC

             National initiatives in Counter Terrorism, Business Crime & Digital Security – resources and assistance that can be used to make the East Midlands safer & more secure

 15:00   Q & A and Workshops

             “What next”

 15:30   Close

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About PaS

PaS is formally sponsored by the National Police Chiefs’ Council; the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners ; the Security Industry Authority; and the British Security Industry Association and has the National Business Crime Centre as its key Police liaison partner.

It is closely aligned with the National Counter Terrorism Security Office’s Step Change Program and the centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure through the Crowded Places Information Exchange initiative. The British Retail Consortium and other major participants support its objectives and it is a member of the Security Commonwealth. It is engaged with the CoP and Academic research groups and aims to ensure the benefit of its projects are independently and evidentially demonstrated.

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