Business Support

Business Support

There are a vast number of different agencies, organisation, websites and information our there to support businesses in preventing crime and help what to do when a crime has been committed. In fact there is so much support it can be confusing to know where to turn for what.

Welcome to the National Business Crime Centre. This is a 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.

Get your views on Anti-Social Behaviour heard

Get your views on Anti-Social Behaviour heard

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) takes many forms and includes a range of nuisance and criminal behaviours which cause distress to others, and we know through engagement that it is becoming an increasin...
Giving victims of business crime a voice

Giving victims of business crime a voice

When a business becomes a victim of crime it can have far reaching impacts including financial loss, loss of custom, medical expenses, staff left physically injured or traumatised as well as reputa...
NBCC teams up with NaVCIS on Cargo Crime Prevention

NBCC teams up with NaVCIS on Cargo Crime Prevention

The NBCC, in partnership with the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NaVCIS), has developed a comprehensive crime prevention guide to help tackle high value thefts targeted at the freight...
Business Support

Business Support

There are a vast number of different agencies, organisation, websites and information our there to support businesses in preventing crime and help what to do when a crime has been committed. In fact there is so much support it can be confusing to know where to turn for what.
Crime Prevention

Crime Prevention

Crimes against a business can be wide and far reaching and can have a significant impact both directly and indirectly.
Partnerships

Partnerships

One of the main roles of the National Business Crime Centre is to improve partnership working to accurately understand and reduce the impact of crime by supporting and co-ordinating activity between UK police forces and the business community.