Eli Lilly Nathan Lomax, Karen Nice Wallace, Olivia Harrison, George

Get to know your local PCSO – Morning Business Visits – Friday 25th February 2022


On Friday 25th February, the Bracknell BID and Thames Valley Police PCSOs visited businesses within the Western Business Area. If you would like to meet and have a chat with your local PCSO, you can contact us directly to organise a visit at enquiries@bracknellbid.co.uk.

The BID is working with Thames Valley Police to create a dedicated and visible police presence in the area which works closely with businesses, developing important relationships with businesses to support them in preventing crime. 

Previously, on Wednesday the 19th January, the Bracknell BID and Thames Valley Police PCSOs visited businesses within the Southern Business Area (Pictured at Fujitsu) to give businesses a chance to talk about any crime, safety issues or concerns as well as promoting our partnership on DISC, the digital neighbourhood watch platform.

The BID also introduced DISC, a business crime reduction service, to businesses in the area on how they can use this platform.

Recently launched by the BID, DISC is a digital neighbourhood watch platform, which will allow those in the area to send and receive urgent and important alerts relating to crime & anti-social behaviour, view galleries of known prolific offenders, share Instant Messages, news, documents and ID-sought images, share information about upcoming events as well as review crime data and trends.

DISC is fully-funded by the Bracknell BID for all levy-paying businesses to use. For more information on the platform, our previous webinar and how you can sign up to use it, click here.

Bracknell BID and Thames Valley Police PCSOs on their morning business visit to Eli Lilly (Pictured left to right; , PCSO Nathan Lomax, Karen Nice Wallace, Facilities Manager Eli Lilly, PCSO Olivia Harrison, and George Marenghi from the Bracknell BID).
Bracknell BID and Thames Valley Police PCSOs on their morning business visit on the 19th January to Fujitsu (Pictured left to right; George Marenghi from the Bracknell BID, PCSO Nathan Lomax, Ciaran McGrory, Facilities Manager Fujitsu, and PCSO Olivia Harrison).
DISC, a digital neighbourhood watch platform, is fully-funded by the Bracknell BID for all levy-paying businesses to use.

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