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  • NWCU

    How Disc supports rural and wildlife crime reduction

    The National Wildlife Crime Unit has adopted Disc as its information-sharing platform. This follows the decision by the national police-led operation tackling hare coursing and poaching, Operation Galileo, to use Disc, and the system’s adoption by two police forces to support their local rural crime reduction efforts. The NWCU’s job is to obtain and disseminate…


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    Eleven new Disc customers so far in 2023

    From West Yorkshire to Cornwall, 2023 has started well for Disc, with eleven new customers across the country. Joining Businesses Against Crime in Leeds (read more here) ten other business crime reduction schemes have joined the Disc network so far this year. Hinckley BID has chosen Disc to support retailers throughout the Hinckley area, becoming…


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    BACIL chooses Disc

    Business Against Crime in Leeds (BACIL) – one of the UK’s longest-established, and largest, Business Crime Reduction Partnerships – has adopted Disc as its information-sharing platform Disc. Businesses Against Crime in Leeds – or BACIL – supports over 420 Members across Leeds City Centre from both the day-time and night-time economies. It also works in…


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    Fifteen new Disc systems and first DAS customers announced

    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…


  • DAS: outsourcing Disc administration to the experts

    Until now, Disc customers have had to implement and manage their own Disc systems themselves.  Now, with our new Disc Administration Service (DAS), they can outsource the work to Littoralis.  For organisations looking to set up a business crime reduction scheme for the first time, the benefits are obvious and compelling. Business crime reduction schemes…


  • Rural policing and Disc

    Disc systems are established in more than 500 towns and city-centres throughout the country. Now police forces are adopting Disc to support their rural crime reduction efforts. Disc dominates in urban crime reduction schemes throughout the country, mainly addressing low-level crime in the retail and hospitality sectors, and public-realm ASB, many of which using Disc…


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