Among new customers since the last edition of Disc@Work: Newquay, Rushmoor, Chichester, Loughborough, Neston, Wokingham, Tonbridge & Malling, Thanet, Swale, Peterborough, Dover, Wrexham and Derbyshire Dales. And Wealdon and Peterborough have signed up for our new Disc Administration Service.
Newquay BID becomes our fifth Disc implementation in Cornwall joining St Austell, Redruth, Penzance and Truro. Together with three Disc systems in Devon this brings the number of Disc implementations in the Devon & Cornwall policing area to eight.
With the business crime reduction partnerships of Swale, Dover, Thanet, Tonbridge & Malling and Gravesham signing up for Disc, the number of Disc implementations in Kent has now reached 15.
Other Disc systems confirmed since the last edition of Disc@Work include Neston in Cheshire, a second Disc system for Loughborough BID in Leicestershire, a second Disc implementation in Chichester, Sussex, and Disc systems in Wokingham in Berkshire and Rushmoor in Hampshire.
Derbyshire Business Crime Reduction Partnership has acquired a third Disc system to cover the Dales and High Peak areas, completing its county-wide coverage.
We’re also delighted to confirm that two existing customers have signed up for our new Disc Administration Service (DAS), bringing the number of Disc systems administrated through DAS to three. Click here to read about DAS.