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Bracknell BID DISC Webinar – 14th December


The Bracknell BID hosted a Business Crime Reduction Service Webinar on the 14th December detailing the DISC app launch, with the support of the National Business Crime Solution (NBCS), a national data sharing organisation and support network for BIDs.

The crime reduction service will make it easier for businesses to work together to share business crime intelligence, reduce crime and anti-social behaviour through an interactive intelligence sharing platform app called DISC. You can find out more information on our website page for the service.

This service is fully funded by the BID for BID levy paying businesses, and should greatly improve the effectiveness and sharing of crime intelligence between businesses in the area, improving safety and security for all businesses and their staff.

For those who were unable to join, please click here for copy of the presentation delivered by Sarah and Darren from NBCS for your information. We will be running another session in the New Year date TBC which we hope you will be able to join.


To sign up and use the service

  • Email enquiries@nationalbusinesscrimesolution.com with your request to join
  • Sign up to the protocols of the service
  • Tell NBCS the names of colleagues you want to gain access
  • NBCS will add names to DISC
  • Download the ‘Littoralis DISC’ app from the App store or Google play store
  • Sign in and use DISC

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