Cyber And Fraud
Mr Mackey's Blog
Police And Security Initiative
CSSC Security Message: Incident in Strasbourg
CSSC Security Message 11th December 2018 and a reminder of how to receive UK Protect messages directly
There is no one type of Modern Slavery
With the busiest days for some businesses approaching, we remind staff to be on the lookout for victims of criminal exploitation (Poster)
The latest NBCC Blog
Our guest writer has written this edition of our blog.
CITS 2018 Conference on 6th November: Free registration
This promises to take an informed look at how the construction and agricultural sectors can take proactive steps to reduce the risk of theft
Over 1000 companies sign up for new CT training
Innovative online Counter Terrorism course - which is backed by retail giants M&S and John Lewis - could save lives
We've just posted to our Knowlege hub network!
Police and businesses can share and discuss trends and issues where a web article is not suitable. No personal data but useful information.
The effect of Compartmentalisation on ASB reduction
Evaluation of the extent to which compartmentalisation has had an effect on reducing ASB in SBD housing estates.
Black Friday - It's sooner than you think
You may well have already started planning for the festive season but we offer some advice as well as a letter from Sir Craig Mackey
Staffordshire Police and PFCC Cyber Champions
Staffordshire businesses are becoming cyber savvy with a new designated champion in their workplace
Suzy Lamplugh Trust Survey into workplace safety
This year, Suzy Lamplugh Trust will research risks to personal safety for employees especially in the retail sector. Please contribute!
Lone worker Safety Expo 2nd October 2018
The Lone Worker Safety Expo conference and exhibition focuses solely on the security, safety and well being risks of lone working.
NFU Mutual Crime Report 2018
NFU Mutual insure 3/4 UK farms, as well as thousands of rural businesses. This report shares their claims statistics and expertise
Anger is a universal human emotion. It takes just 90 seconds for anger neurotransmitters to leave the body.
Wolves of the Internet: Where do fraudsters hunt for data online?
In collaboration with digital forensics organisation Forensic Pathways, Cifas reveals where people’s personal data is being compromised online
Launch of NPCC Rural and Wildlife Crime strategy
Today sees the launch of the first National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) strategies to tackle wildlife and rural crime across the UK
Stamp out rural crime!
NFU and Crimestoppers launch new Rural Crime Reporting Line for farmers and the public to give information anonymously about rural crime
Reuniting tradespeople with their tools
Thames Valley Police is appealing for victims to get in touch in the hope of reuniting them with their stolen tools. Property marking works!
CT Public information films for holidaymakers
Videos from NCTPHQ that we would encourage you to share with your staff as we reach peak holiday season
Are you ready for the POTUS visit?
The President of the USA is visiting the UK this week and we have been speaking to leaders of policing operations
Crime prevention garden showcased at Hampton Court
A crime prevention garden which incorporates proven techniques to deter opportunistic burglars is on display at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
CSSC UK Protect National Bulletin
Are you receiving CSSC Bulletin? Latest: UK TERRORISM THREAT LEVELS ACT SUMMER SECURITY — KNOW THE GAME PLAN
Desperate for a fix: CSJ report into shop theft
CSJ release latest report: Using shop theft and a Second Chance Programme to get tough on the causes of prolific drug-addicted offending
Free bicycle security seminar and nominations open
4th annual cycle crime conference registration is now open as are nominations for the 2018 BikeRegister Awards
Help us to reduce knife crime!
Police and law enforcement partners are doing a lot of work to tackle knife crime. Download our ten top tips to help the effort.
Sir Craig Mackey's Blog
A roundup of the last quarter and the future plans for the NBCC
*Postponed* Invitation to Local Alcohol Partnerships Seminar
North East Regional Seminar promoting partnership working in tackling alcohol related harms and showcasing best practice
Community Awards 2018 - Entries now open!
The Howard League for Penal Reform's annual awards for the country’s most successful community projects encouraging desistance from crime.
Next Clothing Unique Clothing Identification
The fashion retailer Next has taken bar code identification a step further with their Unique ID system
Terrorism training goes online
Police join forces with High Street retailer to develop e-learning package for crowded places staff.
Addressing vulnerability in the night time economy
You are invited to the WAVE in London launch hosted by Safer Business Network and the Metropolitan Police
It's World password day
The purpose of this day is to ensure that people are using strong enough passwords and keeping all of their information safe. (2 min video)
Cifas releases Fraudscape 2018
The Cifas insight team has analysed substantial data from members to gain a comprehensive picture of the current fraud landscape in the UK.
Crime Trend Alert: Hospitality and Tourism industry
There have been several reports of late concerning persons posing as Police Officers which have predominantly occurred in the Heathrow area
Read the ACS Crime Report 2018
The Association of Convenience Stores has released "The Crime Report 2018" which summarises their research into retail crime this year
NBCC Tackling Violence event roundup
More than 200 crime-fighting professionals gathered to swap ideas and advice at the The National Business Crime Centre’s conference in March
ATCM Addressing violence at conference next week
Violence and vulnerability is the headline at the ATCM Place Management Conference 2018 on 17th April
Make I.D assault a specific offence, says NFRN
An influential trade body is calling for a new law to make assaulting a shop worker who has asked for I.D a specific offence.
NBCC Conference places filled in record time
Tackling Violence Against Business Conference
The National Business Crime Centre is hosting a national conference of business, policing colleagues and key stakeholders on 12th March 2018
Retailers - get tuned in to the iTunes scammers
Retailers - be aware of this trend where fraudsters contact victims claiming to be from HMRC and demanding payment via gift cards
Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey's blog and advice for the festive season
Major incidents - make sure you know what to do
The Boxing Day drama in Oxford Street highlighted the differing levels of business preparedness. How would you have reacted?
BIRD spreads its wings at Westfield London
Security and loss prevention professionals joined forces with the police and retailers to target prolific and persistent offenders
USDAW reveals interim results of violence survey
USDAW's Freedom From Fear Campaign survey shows rise in violence faced by shops-workers
Police professional placement: Co-operative Group
Inspector Viki Crorken from Lancashire constabulary swapped her radio and night shifts for a secondment at Co-operative Group HQ
Deputy Commissioner advises Black Friday retailers
Craig Mackey has written to retailers with advice ahead of this busy shopping period
City joins together with Emergency Trauma Packs
The City of London Police and private security working in partnership to deliver Emergency Trauma Provision in critical situations
It's the business for business - NBCC launched to protect and prevent crime
National Business Crime Centre officially launched at New Scotland Yard by Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey QPM
NBCC Website Launches
The NBCC Website launches today along with the unit itself
Who deserves an OSPA?
Nominations are now open for the 2018 UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards
Mr Mackey's Blog
Mr Mackey's first blog entry in his role as Business Crime lead and Private Security Portfolio holder for the National Police Chiefs Council
College Releases Research into Retail Tagging
The College of Policing What Works Centre has recently published a systematic review on the use of tagging to reduce retail theft