Safer WestEnd Business Partnership

London's West End is the gateway to all that is great in our capital city. Home to restaurants, bars, clubs, shops and rich heritage, Westminster welcomes over 30,000,000 visitors a year.

All this means that sadly, it is also an area which attracts certain types of crime, including petty theft, shoplifting, drug-related activity and alcohol related disorder. We are working hard with businesses to crack down on this illegal activity, whilst still preserving the unique character which has made the area so famous.

The Safer WestEnd Business Partnership is a joint initiative with the local business community, the Metropolitan Police Service, British Transport Police and Westminster City Council. We offer members the chance to help to reduce shoplifting, theft, alcohol related disorder and other anti-social behaviour which affects their business, customers and staff.

Safer WestEnd News

London, UK – The London Digital Security Centre (LDSC) will work alongside the Safer London Business Partnership and the Metropolitan Police this week and next, engaging directly with small to medium sized businesses based in the West End of London, Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham. The programme will take place from Monday 5th – Monday 12th June, to highlight potential vulnerabilities in those business’ digital security. 

Safer London Business Partnership (SLBP) is happy to announce that the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) have launched their Policing and Crime Plan for 2017-2021, and we are included! 

Safer London would like to thank London Digital Security Centre (LDSC) for sharing with us an opportunity for Safer London members to participate in the LDSC trial Membership Scheme.

Safer London would like to share with its members the below information from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) regarding a new campaign to counter terrorism.

 

 

Safer London Business Partnership (SLBP) has recently completed its annual survey. This was an opportunity for members to share, anonymously, their thoughts and feedback on the BCRP’s operating in their Boroughs. Questions were focused on the services of the BCRP, businesses preferred methods of communication and feedback on their interactions with the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

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