Reducing crime through partnership and prevention

NATIONAL BUSINESS CRIME CENTRE

Launch of Christmas Cash in Transit (CViT) CampaignTerrorism training goes onlineCSSC Security Message: Incident in StrasbourgPDSC SUPPORTS BACK TO BUSINESS FUNDSuzy Lamplugh Trust: Stay Safe at Work ConferenceA tale of two towns leading the way for BCRPsFree bicycle security seminar and nominations openCITS 2018 Conference on 6th November: Free registrationWolves of the Internet: Where do fraudsters hunt for data online?SIA campaign to address violence against securityExeter Businesses Against Crime is accreditedNational Cybercrime Business Conference 2019BIRD spreads its wings at Westfield LondonCommissioner Ian Dyson's BlogUSDAW reveals interim results of violence surveyNFU Mutual Crime Report 2018CPD Event: Promoting Positive Approaches to BehaviourMajor Retailers line up behind Business Crime ManifestoGovernment response to shopworker violenceSafer Lewisham BCRP recognised at FSB awardsAddressing vulnerability in the night time economyBID ‘Safe & Secure’ Report ReleasedDeputy Commissioner advises Black Friday retailersStaffordshire Police and PFCC Cyber ChampionsSuzy’s Charter for Workplace Safety launched*Postponed* Invitation to Local Alcohol Partnerships SeminarTraining and resources for knife retailers launchedReuniting tradespeople with their toolsNBCC presenting at the Lone Worker Safety ExpoThere is no one type of Modern SlaveryHammersmith CCTV linked to Police and CouncilOver 1000 companies sign up for new CT trainingTackling Violence Against Business ConferenceLaunch of NPCC Rural and Wildlife Crime strategyStaffordshire BCRP receives national accreditationATCM Addressing violence at conference next weekCT Public information films for holidaymakersThe new £20 note: What you need to knowBlack Friday - It's sooner than you thinkNext Clothing Unique Clothing IdentificationDevon and Cornwall CSAS Newsletter Winter EditionRetailers - get tuned in to the iTunes scammersEmployer Supported Policing: Volunteering in 2019Desperate for a fix: CSJ report into shop theftSold Out!Make ID Assault a specific offence, says NFRNViolence towards shop workers: Report releasedSECURITY ADVICE FOR BUSINESSESIt's World password dayWe've just posted to our Knowledge hub network!Major incidents - make sure you know what to doViolence and abuse towards staff: Call for evidenceWho deserves an OSPA?Special Impact Autumn 2019: SC and ESP UpdatesLone worker Safety Expo 2nd October 2018Letter from the NBCC regarding COVID-19Read the ACS Crime Report 2018The effect of Compartmentalisation on ASB reductionNCSC Launches Response and Recovery GuideCity joins together with Emergency Trauma PacksSpecial Impact: Summer 2019NBCC Tackling Violence event roundupCrime prevention garden showcased at Hampton CourtEmployer Supported Policing (ESP) Impact Report

Welcome to the website for the National Business Crime Centre. This is resource for police and businesses to learn, share and support each other to prevent and combat crime

The site is packed with useful information, advice and case studies which will help you fight crime affecting businesses, staff and their interests.

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Guidance

Counter Terrorism

Advice and resources from CT experts to help keep your business, staff, customers and the public safe and reduce the impact of an attack

Partnership Organisations

Information for and about partnerships including Business Crime Reduction Partnerships and public-private initiatives

Cybercrime and Fraud

Information about reducing the risk and of cybercrime and different types of fraud. Also reporting of incidents to police

Research

Research findings to promote good practice based on evidence as well as opportunities and ongoing work

Crime Prevention

Advice from various sources to assist with preventing crime; physical security, technological security and good practice

Intelligence Sharing

How to improve the flow and quality of information between business, partnerships and the police. Processes, platforms and organisation