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Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Conference Held By Lancashire Partnership Against Crime & Retailers Against Crime

Lancashire Partnership Against Crime and Retailers Against Crime have partnered together to host a Business Crime Conference on Wednesday 17th May from 09:15am – 13:10pm at the Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel to assist businesses in staying safe.

The event will focus on the importance of working together in partnership and the latest issues impacting the business crime sector. Practical advice and insight from expert speakers will include presentations from Lancashire Constabulary, Tesco, National Business Crime Centre at City of London Police, Northwest Organised Crime Unit (NW ROCU), Police Crime Prevention Academy and more. Along with networking opportunities with key professionals from the sector will also add to the day. Delegates will have the opportunity to visit over 20 exhibitors, who are showcasing the latest innovative products and services to assist in preventing business crime.

To book your free delegate place click the following Eventbrite link and register.

Lancashire Partnership Against Crime and Retailers Against Crime Conference Tickets, Wed 17 May 2023 at 09:15 | Eventbrite

Register soon because space is limited. We hope you’re able to join us!

This event is in partnership with Lancashire Constabulary, Amberstone Securityand Total Security Services (T.S.S).

Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC) is a unique collaboration between Lancashire Constabulary, Lancashire Businesses and Public Services working together to reduce levels of crime and disorder across the county. The Partnerships primary role is to support community safety schemes across Lancashire. LANPAC has awarded over £4m worth of funding to projects across the county. For further details please visit www.lanpac.co.uk

Retailers Against Crime (RAC) is a national not for profit crime partnership, helping to detect and prevent crime including acts of violence by sharing information with over 1,500 retail businesses across the UK. RAC findings show that theft against retail continues to rise with actual losses reported to RAC during 2022 increasing by over 30% on 2021. Despite police arresting many individuals there are little or no consequences, therefore offenders continue to steal with no fear of any repercussions. Shop theft is not a victimless crime. It is financially crippling for retailers and can be distressing for their staff. For further details please visit https://www.retailersagainstcrime.org

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