Connecting Businesses

for a Safer London 

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For Businesses

Safer Business Network has been supporting business communities in London and addressing their crime and anti-social behaviour for 10 years, across 10 Boroughs and 17 BID footprints.  Our specialised and extensive knowledge of crime and safety in London means we have the ability to build successful Partnership with local communities, quickly adding value, through our positive relationship with the business communkity, police, local council's and a variety of other stakeholders.  A Partnership with us gives you the opportunity to upskill your staff and security, maximise intelligence sharing on problematic individuals and emerging issues, and together come up with both basic and innovative new ways of

working in the fight against crime.


With a reach of over 2000 businesses, Safer Business Network works with businesses large and small, across the day and night time economy, making us the most successful BCRP in the Capital. Each BCRP is locally driven in partnership with businesses and the police which means we can tackle issues important to you.

 

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Making London safe and secure for all

Our members include large organisations such as John Lewis and McDonalds, iconic music venues such as Infernos and Ministry of Sound, independent traders, off-licences and Business Improvement Districts. Safer Business Network provides members the chance to help to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour which affects them, their customers and the communities they operate in. 

Membership will keep you informed of current crime prevention information, local crime trends, images and intelligence on prolific offenders and disruptions and incidents of note within London. Such advice helps to safeguard your staff, property and assets against day-to-day threats facing your business. To see what else the Safer Business Network can offer your business, click the 'Membership' button below.

Our members include large businesses such as John Lewis, McDonalds and the London Eye, iconic music venues such as Infernos and Ministry of Sound, independent traders, off-licences, Business Improvement Districts and landowners.

 

Our expert team of consultants will work with you to help you reduce crime, violence and anti-social behaviour which affects you, your customers and the communities you trade in. 

A membership with us guarantees you information on current crime prevention techniques, local crime trends, images and intelligence on prolific offenders, as well as information on demonstrations and critical incidents across London. This advice means you can safeguards your staff, property and assets, and make an informed decision against day-to-day threats facing your business.

 

To see what else the Safer Business Network can offer your business, 

click the 'Membership' button below.

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Digital Radio Handset

Helping to prevent crime by connecting businesses together

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Secure Intel Site

Details of prolific offenders and organised criminal networks

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Crime & Safety Training

Learning how to protect property, 

assets and staff

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‘’We’ve been both a partner and customer of Safer Business Network for the past three years, and this relationship has been instrumental in our approach to reducing crime and improving safety in London Bridge. We’re now seeing tangible results with intelligence submitted via the BCRP leading directly to arrests and prosecutions. This is in part due to the diligence of our members but largely because of Safer Business Network’s success in developing a functional partnership with the police.”

 

Henry Johnstone, Team London Bridge BID 

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Get in touch with Safer Business Network to learn more about our work and how you can become a member.

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