Association of Business Crime Partnerships: Annual Conference 2014

The Association of Business Crime Partnerships’ annual Business Crime Conference will take place on Wednesday 24 September 2014 at the Jury’s Hotel, Midsummer Boulevard in Milton Keynes.

The conference will focus on business crime reduction partnerships and their work and will provide essential information and networking opportunity for everyone whose work encompasses business crime.

The speaker programme will feature contributions from business crime reduction partnerships, a national retailer, a leading retail crime consultant and the PCC lead for business crime.

The conference will give delegates from partnerships, police and other agencies the opportunity to meet with practitioners from across the country and to hear from them about their work and the challenges faced in dealing with business and retail crime in the face of financial constraints.

The ABCP Business Crime Conference 2014 takes place on Wednesday 24 September at the Jury's Hotel, Milton Keynes

The ABCP Business Crime Conference 2014 takes place on Wednesday 24 September at the Jury’s Hotel, Milton Keynes

The conference will also feature the Partnership Excellence Awards, which showcase and recognise some of the innovative and important work carried out by business crime reduction partnerships.

Winners and runners-up will receive cash prizes and certificates.

The delegate cost is £20 per person and includes luncheon, teas and coffees.

To book your place, and to apply for a partnership excellence entry form, send an e-mail to: kym.curtis@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

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