Business Crime Reduction Partnership

We have initiated Bristol’s first Business Crime Reduction Partnership (BCRP)...

Working in partnership with Broadmead BID, we have initiated Bristol’s first Business Crime Reduction Partnership (BCRP) to highlight and address the significant crime that affects all local businesses.

The collaboration brings together the police, businesses and the city council to identify crime issues, collate information and intelligence about criminal activity, and agree response plans.

To deliver this, Bristol City Centre BID has invested in the intelligence sharing platform, DiSC, and an updated radio system. These both link businesses, the police and the council Operations Centre to share information that helps drive down crime across all business sectors.

The BCRP improves crime prevention and reduction opportunities through better sharing of information, and by nurturing a better relationship and response from local authorities.

Get in touch with us today to see how you can benefit from the BCRP.

Updated: Friday 08 November, 2019

DISC training session

Join us on Tuesday  19th November from 11am to 12pm  in the Turing Room at Bristol Aquarium for a DISC training session.

DISC is a method of sharing police intelligence, facts and figures, and is predominantly for the retail/night time sectors. Using DISC, you’ll be able to:

View ‘galleries’ of individuals who are currently excluded from our Members’ premises, or who we believe are active in local crime and anti-social behaviour.

Submit incident reports on people who are already on the intranet, or who may be new to us.

Provide ‘intelligence reports’ which might be useful to us in monitoring excluded or targeted offenders.

Help us put names to unidentified CCTV images.

Receive a weekly e-newsletter showing what has been added to the intranet in the last week, including new offenders, news, alerts and upcoming events.

Email Paula Ratcliffe to register your interest in attending this event.