There are over 250 business crime reduction partnerships (BCRPs) operating in the UK. They range in size from limited schemes operating in small towns to city wide operations with several staff and hundreds of members. Working closely with police forces and councils they all serve to make their localities safer places to live, work and visit and, as funding for statutory services gets tighter, BCRPs are gaining in influence and importance.
Advocating for Business Crime Reduction Partnerships across the UK
The National Association of Business Crime Partnerships (NABCP) is a membership body representing BCRPs at a national level. It seeks to promote the concept of BCRPs to local and national government and to increase the collective effectiveness of the hundreds of schemes across the country by lobbying for greater resources and influence.
It is also a repository of information offering members a range of resources on recent legislation, best practice, document templates, accreditation and news about innovative ideas being employed by its members.
More information is available at www.nabcp.com