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02 July 2012

Retail Crime and Loss Prevention Conference 10th October – America Square Conference Centre, London

In line with NSI’s commitment to enhance its exposure to procurers and decision makers, we will have a delegate presence at the British Retail Consortium Retail Crime and Loss Prevention Conference in October.  This conference is regularly attended by delegates from retail, law enforcement and from crime partnerships.   I am forwarding information from BRC for your attention.  If you are interested in attending this conference, please contact BRC via the contact details in the attachment.

Tackling Retail Crime Together

With the cost of retail crime soaring by 31% and an 83% rise in violent crime in 2011, the BRC is calling on law makers and enforcers to help combat it. This year’s Crime & Loss Prevention Conference has been designed with a heavy focus on promoting more effective engagement between the retail business community and Police.

2012 Keynote Speakers:

Bernard Hogan-Howe, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police ACC Paul Broadbent, National Lead for Burglary, ACPO

They join an impressive line-up of speakers:

Stephen Barry, Senior Relationship Manager , SOCA Alan  Brown, Group Security Director, Tesco Julie Davies OBE, Business Crime Manager and Lead , Stoke on Trent Business Crime Reduction Partnership, PABCIS Phillip Hagon, Head of Corporate Security, Sainsbury’s Paul Jennings, Cross Border Intelligence Analyst, Stoke on Trent Business Crime Reduction Partnership, PABCIS Mike Marshall, Group Security Director, Shop Direct Group Andrew Pope OBE, National Operations Manager, Co-operative Group John Prior, Group Profit Protection Manager, Home Retail Group Claire Rushton, Operational Security Senior Manager, Asda Oliver Shaw, Detective Superintendent, City of London Police Mike Wyeth, Director of Security, March UK Ltd

Attend this conference to…

  Gain comprehensive understanding of what impact the introduction of Police & Crime Commissioners will have for retail: the role, challenges and opportunities

  Get up to speed on where retail crime has moved from last year and the forthcoming security challenges with latest policy updates and new developments

  Share best practice on loss prevention strategies and network with peers and industry leaders

  Learn effective strategies for preventing and tackling internal theft and refund fraud

  Gain industry insight on combating serious and organised crime

  Examine and evaluate cost effective solutions to e-crime and fraud