Less Than One Week to Go Until the 2019 Crime Seminar!

There is now less than one week to go until the 2019 Crime Seminar! 

Taking place on 26th March at Church House in Westminster, the event provides retailers with the opportunity to ask the panels of leading industry experts about how to tackle crime in their stores.

The ACS Crime Seminar is an exclusive and insightful day split into three sessions on tackling violence, protecting cash in-store and sharing best practice. The sessions are designed to provide practical approaches to managing crime in your business.The Seminar will also feature a first look at the 2019 Crime Report, providing an insight into the impact of crime on the convenience sector from shop theft and burglaries to violent incidents and abuse.

ACS chief executive James Lowman said: “This event is a great opportunity for retailers to learn from each other and leading experts about the latest retail crime trends, especially preventing violence and abuse of people working in the sector.”

Speakers confirmed for the event include:

  • Victoria Atkins MP, Home Office Minister for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability (via video message)
  • Patrick Holdaway, Chief Inspector - Head of Operations, National Business Crime Centre 
  • Jayne King, Head of Security & Site Services, Guys and St Thomas National Health Service Foundation
  • Superintendent Mark Cleland, British Transport Police and Nicole Vazquez, Worthwhile Training
  • Mark Dinsdale, Physical Security Manager, Post Office 
  • Drew Bannerman, UK & Ireland Sales Manager, Crane Payment Innovations
  • Dr Laura Garius, Lecturer in Criminology, and Dr James Hunter Lecturer in Public Policy, Nottingham Trent University
  • Joe Rutlidge, One Stop, Regional Security Manager
  • Terence Bourke, Head of Loss Prevention, Cardtronics UK
  • Jenny Alleyne, Head of retail risk and Jayne Crowe, Security and Investigations Manager, The Co-op
  • Stephen Perkins, Security Asset Manager, Asda
  • Katie Cross, Research Manager, Association of Convenience Stores
  • Eleanor O'Connell, Public Affairs Assistant, Association of Convenience Stores

For more information and to book your place, contact Eleanor.O'Connell@acs.org.uk.

This entry was posted by Chloe on Wed, 20/03/2019 - 12:36