Author: Karan Hopper

Coronavirus: an existential threat to independent crime reduction partnerships?

The last few years haven't been easy for independent business crime reduction partnerships (BCRPs), dependent on subscription income Now the...

Preventing and deterring low-level crime in Carlisle – with Disc

Carlisle Shopwatch was set up in 1996 with the strong support of Cumbria Constabulary, working with the local council and retailers With the gradual...

Exclusion Schemes and compliance with data protection law

Organisations that run exclusion schemes and use Disc for processing personal data must comply with Data Protection law, including the General Data...

How should Watch Groups deal with young offenders?

Watch Groups like shopwatch schemes or banning schemes, for example, will of course inevitably come into contact with young people and in most cases...

New Disc functionality launched – February 2020

Here are five new features of Disc, launched since the new year: 1) Current Awareness Providers and Recipients Disc systems can now be...

Eleven new Disc Implementations in first two months 2020

Self-management of low-level crime and anti-social behaviour in our towns and city-centres is evolving - and with it, the Disc customer-base In the...

New Disc features launched in November 2019

We are continually listening to feedback from our customers and enhancing Disc in line with customer needs We launch new features every month! We...

Eight new Disc schemes for October 2019

The effect of the policing gap grows ever more prevalent in our industry The demand for help in managing low level crime on the high street...

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