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The National Association of Business Crime Partnerships is pleased to welcome the support and assistance of the following organisations in helping NABCP to build a strong network of business crime reduction partnerships throughout the country. For more information about becoming a Corporate Supporter, please visit the 'Contact Us' page.



ACS - the Association of Convenience Stores, is the voice of 33,500 local shops, representing their interests to government and the media. Through lobbying on issues like planning policy, alcohol legislation and employment regulations, ACS seeks to make a real difference to the competitive position, cost burdens and bureaucracy faced by retailers based at the heart of communities throughout the country.

ACS supports the National Association of Business Crime Partnerships because retailers benefit from effective local collaborative work to tackle crime. In turn, these partnerships benefit from having a national body giving advice, offering accreditation and sharing best practice. ACS wants to see effective crime prevention partnerships throughout the UK, and for these partnerships to work with all retailers, including independents and those situated in secondary areas outside main shopping centres.

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he Association of Town & City Management (ATCM) is a not-for-profit membership organisation, the largest of its kind dedicated to promoting the vitality and viability of urban centres across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. This includes 400 practitioners and partnerships. They develop and implement shared visions, strategies and action plans for hundreds of district, town and city centres.  


ATCM has been operating for over 25 years and can offer a significant body of experience in the field of place management.  ATCM’s membership consists of a mix of publicly funded town centre managers, Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), Community Interest Companies (CICs), Town Teams and more. They span across the private, public and voluntary sectors and, as a collective, do not have a sector specific agenda. Instead they are focused on the promotion of healthy places for the benefit of all stakeholders.  


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The Bank of England is pleased to be a supporter of the National Association of Business Crime Partnerships.  Maintaining trust in our banknotes is a key objective of the Bank. The nationwide coverage and scale of the NABCP membership base enables the Bank to distribute banknote education materials to a wide audience quickly and effectively.


The Bank is willing to provide support and advice to NABCP members on banknote issues when requested to do so. It provides speakers at NABCP meetings and also hosts a range of webinars on banknote training and awareness, for more information please sign up to the Banknote Bulletin via www.bankofengland.co.uk/banknotes/Pages/subscribe/default.aspx.


To help businesses identify genuine banknotes, the Bank of England provides a range of free staff training materials including a banknote app, computer-based training, booklets, posters and deterrent stickers.  Materials are available to order via an online order form here .  If you have any banknote enquiries, please feel free to get in touch: knowyourbanknotes@bankofengland.co.uk.




Kent Police is pleased to be a corporate supporter of The National Association of Business Crime Partnerships.  Working closely with NABCP, Kent is the first police force in the country to have established business crime reduction partnerships throughout its area.

Kent has a proud track record in cutting crimes such as burglary and car crime. It also knows the impact crime can have on business in the county and actively supports the development of business crime reduction partnerships to tackle local problems during the working day and at night, when people socialise. This is why it set up the Kent and Medway Business Crime Initiative, enabling partners to use the National Business Information System to share accurate and timely information. Kent Police believes that business crime reduction partnerships are a productive way of working with the business sector to help reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and other incidents.

Kent Police serves the county of Kent, with a population of 1.5 million, and is one of the largest forces in the country with around 5,500 staff. It is committed to ensuring the county remains one of the safest in the country, with low levels of crime and anti-social behaviour.

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Ladbrokes Coral Group are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment for our employees, customers and for all visitors to our premises.


For over a decade we have been working in partnership with Crimestoppers, the police and local communities to help improve community safety.

We have actively participated in the SafeBet Alliance, an initiative by the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) and the Metropolitan Police. The Alliance has published the robbery security code for London bookmakers which sets out a minimum industry standard for security equipment and procedures, which will aid crime prevention, reduction and detection.

We fully support the National Association of Business Crime Partnerships, its work with partnerships and its endeavours to reduce and tackle business crime.