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Work on reducing crime is a theme of the BSIA’s South East Business Crime Conference on November 27, at Church House conference centre, Westminster.
Doors open to the exhibition, aimed at security managers and general business people, at 9am. James Kelly, pictured, CEO of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), opens the conference part of the event at 11am. Commander Simon Letchford, Metropolitan Police will cover the Mayor of London’s MOPAC Business Crime Strategy.
Then DS Chris Felton of City of London Police will discuss trends in cyber crime and cyber-enabled fraud aimed at businesses; and will also provide advice.
Ken Meanwell of ACPO CPI Ltd will outline community safety accreditation schemes as managed by police forces.
Neil Henson of Sixth Sense Training Ltd will look at the new ASB and Policing Act 2014. He suggests it’s a double-edged sword for action against anti-social behaviour (ASB); some sections could work for you while others could work against you.
Philip Jones of Westfield Shopping Towns will report on Business Crime Reduction Partnership working across London; and Richard Thompson of Facewatch will discuss the Facewatch secure online crime reporting and image sharing platform.