On the 14th of July 2021, commencement of most of the parts of the new the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 have come into place and they bring in tough new measures that strengthen law enforcement’s response to violent crime.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is warning the public to be vigilant of scam calls that appear to be coming from numbers similar to their own. Commonly, the first seven digits (07nnnnn) match the victim’s own number.
CGBW has achieved it's UK National Accreditation with the Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI), a police-owned organisation that works alongside the Police Service to reduce crime and build safer communities.
Advice and guidance from the Bank of England on the newly issued £50 note.
A new CPNI guidance document has been developed in collaboration with the Home Office, National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) and the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) highlighting ways to mitigate the risks posed by terrorists.
On the 15th of June several new features will be going live within the DISC tool. The attached PDF gives you a guide to the new incident reporting features.
A regular question posed by CGBW members on Policing is, “What are the Police response gradings to incidents”
The ShopKind campaign is uniting the retail sector to tackle violence and abuse against shopworkers by asking people to ShopKind when in stores. ShopKind is backed by the Home Office. ShopKind aims to:
Sussex Police, Investigation and Resolution Centre (IRC) unit have produced a quick guide for business when reporting shop lifting.