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News - 25 October 2012
Exclusion Schemes: reducing high street crime and anti-social behaviour. London & South East
The theme of this year’s Partnerships Against Crime London conference on 25 October 2012, sponsored by CRP News, is Exclusion Schemes: reducing high street crime and anti-social behaviour. The venue for the conference will be the newly-refurbished Hippodrome in Leicester Square.
Exclusion schemes – ranging from pub-watches to fully-fledged Business Crime Reduction Partnerships – are a tried and tested method of improving the safety and security of high streets and other commercial areas. In doing so they can create a commercial environment in which businesses can thrive and local communities can once more feel safe to enjoy their local retail and night-time economy.
Each conference, chaired by the editor of CRP News, follows the same theme with a combination of industry speakers, and with speakers with local and regional practical experience. The events aim to help delegates plan their new partnerships or make existing crime reduction partnerships more effective. Each conference also features a presentaton on different aspects of crime prevention in the future.
The cost of a delegate place at these one-day conferences, including Delegate Pack, and refreshments throughout the day, has been heavily subsidised and is just £45 per delegate for all bookings before September 1st, after which the full rate of £55 applies.
For an insight to the successful South West conference held in July 2012, click here.
Book your place now for the London conference, which will take place at the newly-refurbished Hippodrome in Leicester Square, or for any enquires about future events or becoming a member of PAC please visit their website: www.PartnershipsAgainstCrime.com
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