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"Business crime affects everyone, from the shop owner to the customer and to the wider economy," he said.
in immediate touch with each other and town centre bobbies.
Manager wants to crack business crime From The Westmorland Gazette
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towards securing a Safer Business Award' for Kendal from the Home Office.
rather than individual business taking their own different measures.
crime manager in every town.
shops that are shut at night.
Cracking business crime would make Kendal more attractive to shoppers and new traders, says the town's new business crime manager.
partnership's work would benefit everyone.
"Businesses are hit by crime at least once a year.
Around 200 towns have either been given the award or are applying for it.
Price told the Gazette that the work of the Kendal Business Against Crime Partnership would not only bring added protection to existing businesses but could also attract new business and
Retailers, who were hopeful the work of the partnership would give the town's flagging economy a shot in the arm, have welcomed his appointment under a Home Office initiative to put a business
Mr Price, who has a background in business and management, will also be on hand to offer business crime reduction advice and work alongside police officers and traders to establish exclusion
The partnership is also to take charge of the Bar Watch scheme, which brings pubs and clubs together to tackle unruly drinkers, and the radio link system, which puts retailers in the town centre
"People have the right to live without the fear of crime and the work of this partnership will help make the Kendal community a safer place to live, work and visit."
"It will tell not only businesses and members of the public that Kendal is a safe place to shop but also the undesirable element that Kendal will not tolerate them," he said.
undertaken by Kendal police.
He stressed the importance of bringing together the day and night time economies, in particular in light of a rise in town centre vandalism caused by drunken revellers and often committed against
orders issued against criminals and trouble makers.
For more information on the partnership call Mark Price on 01539 722611 or 07971127392 or PC Tomlinson on 07961572259.
Mr Price has been appointed by the KBACP, which aims to bring businesses in Kendal's day and night time economy closer together to form a strong intelligence link between them and the police.
Mr Belshaw, who has worked with PC Tomlinson and traders over the last year to establish the partnership, said that the partnership would complement a series of successful initiatives already
On top of meeting each town centre business individually, Mr Price, together with South Lakeland Crime Prevention officer Terry Belshaw and town centre bobby PC Michelle Tomlinson, are now working
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