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PCSO Morning Business Visits – Monday 13th June

On Monday 13th June, the Bracknell BID and Thames Valley Police PCSO Tony Mellish visited businesses within the Western Business Area on Downmill Road and the Western Trade Centre, to speak to businesses about any concerns, as well as promoting our partnership on DISC, the digital neighbourhood watch platform fully-funded by the BID, which can be read about here.

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. 

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.

Left to Right: Ultan Kenny (Kenyon International), Clare Pascucci (Kenyon International), PCSO Tony Mellish, and George Marenghi (Bracknell BID).

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