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News - 21 June 2012
Exclusion Schemes: reducing high street crime and anti-social behaviour
Partnerships Against Crime's first regional conference will be held on Thursday 5th July at the Novotel in Bristol city centre. Demand for delegate tickets has been exceptional with only a limited amount still remaining.
Exclusion Schemes: reducing high street crime and anti-social behaviour has been designed for those who would like to know more about Exclusion Schemes:
- how they can help reduce low level crime and anti-social behaviour in town and city centres and in shopping centres and retail parks
- how to set up an Exclusion Scheme so they comply with the Data Protection Act and Human Rights Act 1988
- how to ensure that an Exclusion Scheme will survive and, better still, prosper
- how to use technology to deliver an Exclusion Scheme efficiently and effectively
- how to prepare for a challenging future in your town or city centre.
Who should attend?
- Retail Property Managers
- Business Improvement Districts
- Facilities Management Companies
- Security Companies
- Town Centre Managers
- Local Authorities.
The conference is heavily subsidised by Partnerships Against Crime: the cost of a ticket for the full-day event, including delegates pack, tea and coffee breaks and a full luncheon, is just £45. The conference features speakers from national organisations such as the Association of Business Crime Partnerships as well as individuals with practical local and regional experience of setting up and maintaining successful exclusion schemes.
To read more about the upcoming conference and book your place, click here To find out more about Partnerships Against Crime and its planned schedule of regional conferences for 2012/13, visit the website at www.partnershipsagainstcrime.com
If your organisation would like to be involved in promoting and developing crime reduction partnerships, and would like to join Partnerships Against Crime, contact the Administrator at email@example.com. Membership is currently free of charge.
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