Free to attend
Date: Tuesday 29th January 2019
Location: Wherstead Park, Ipswich, IP9 2BJ
Time: 9:30am to 2:15pm (registration from 8.30am)
Hosted by: Jonathan Wills, Presenter of ITV News Anglia
Speakers to include:
- High Sheriff of Suffolk, George Vestey
- Superintendent Kerry Cutler, Suffolk Constabulary
- Locality Officer Claire Prosser, Suffolk County Council
Brought to you by: Co-op Secure Response
In partnership with:
- Suffolk County Council
- Suffolk Constabulary
- Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
Co-op Secure Response are hosting a conference to explore the impact of anti-social behaviour on local businesses, discuss possible solutions and share practical, cost effective advice from leading experts, to keep Suffolk a safe and thriving county to work and live.
Why you should attend
- Gain a better understanding of the hidden costs of anti-social behaviour – to businesses, local economy and the local community
- Hear cost effective solutions on how to protect your business, people and assets
- Help make Suffolk a safer place to live and work by working together
- Network with like-minded business owners and community groups
Who should Attend
- Small Suffolk-based business owners, operators, senior managers and those responsible for security and dealing with the consequences of anti-social behaviour.
- Community leaders, influencers, outreach managers from victim support groups and community groups such as youth groups, churches and schools.
- Public sector policy leaders, youth offending teams, neighbourhood policing teams, anti-social behaviour teams and local councils.
The Building Safer & Thriving Communities conference brings together leading experts to discuss issues of anti-social behaviour affecting local businesses and share practical and cost-effective advice on how to protect your business, people and assets.
You'll hear from innovative projects that are working to reduce anti-social behaviour, with opportunities for local businesses to plan an active role in building safe and thriving communities to both work and live.
As well as the opportunity to network with like-minded businesses and community groups, you will also have the opportunity to tour our state-of-the-art monitoring and response centre, the ARC (Alarm Receiving Centre).