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Business Crime Workshop 2017

Do West Midlands Police understand how business related crime is affecting you?

This is your opportunity to help shape the Business Crime strategy for the region.

If you have key ideas to help, concerns about business crime, or have something to say about reporting business crime or the policing response to businesses, we would like to invite you to come and talk to us at a breakfast workshop on:

27th June, 2017 7.30-9.30am

Walsall College Hub, Littleton St W, Walsall WS2 8ES

The two hour interactive session will be facilitated by the WMP lead officer on business crime, Superintendent Keith Fraser in partnership with Strategic Board Member Waheed Saleem and Mary Jacobs who will represent the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner.

  • We want to understand how your business may respond to a crime against it
  • What are the key concerns related to business crime from your perspective
  • Use your viewpoint to get a ‘sense check’ on various elements of threat risk and harm from business crime.

We are keen to understand how we can work with you to prevent business crime through earlier intervention and prevention. This workshop, one of six across the region’s business community will provide a valuable response to an analysis of business crime in order to identify an integrated strategic approach to reducing and preventing business crime.

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