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Enjoy Wolverhampton BID Business Crime Partnership Scheme

With 100+ members of the Wolverhampton Business Crime Partnership Scheme to include; Transport Operators, Retailers, Licensed Venue, West Midlands Police and Wolverhampton City Council.
There is a need for a united approach in tackling business crime in Wolverhampton City Centre and this initiative has been established as part of the Action Plan of the Wolverhampton BID Business Crime Partnership.

This provides assistance to you and your business in the following areas:

  • A collective approach in dealing with persistent and prolific thieves and troublemakers by excluding them from the member shops, stores, licensed premises and businesses.
  • Protects staff from acts or the threat of physical violence and verbal abuse.
  • Reduces the fear of crime in members’ premises, for the benefit of staff, customers and the public.
  • Frees up resources otherwise spent observing and apprehending repeat offenders.
  • Encourages greater economic investment by creating and promoting a safer place to invest and work.

Working Together

Wolverhampton Business Crime Partnership is a member’s partnership between businesses, the police, Wolverhampton BID Company and the City Council. Our aim is to reduce crime and the fear of crime to help make Wolverhampton a safer place to live, work, shop and visit for everyone. We all have a role to play to ensure that our businesses are sustainable and successful in the long term, by improving our knowledge and help prevent theft we can add value to our city centre.

Our Objectives

  • Improve communication

  • Reduce crime and fear of crime

  • Make Wolverhampton a safer and sustainable city centre

Our aim is to work with the Police and businesses to reduce the effect of crime in our city centre. We will monitor and target offenders who commit crime in Wolverhampton city centre and share information with members of the Wolverhampton Business Crime Partnership.

For Enquiries to join the Wolverhampton Business Crime Partnership please contact Jo Leek on 01902 710 903 or email jo@wolverhamptonbid.co.uk

Secure your business online

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is a police-led, not-for-profit partnership between academia and business aimed at improving cyber resilience in businesses throughout the West Midlands region. The WMCRC is part of a nationwide network of centres established across the country.

When it comes to cyber criminals, there’s nothing small about small businesses. If you’re open for business online, you could be open to cyber-attacks. Keep your business ahead of cyber criminals via free core membership.