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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…


  • Research proves effectiveness of BIDs in driving down business crime

    New research demonstrates that Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) are highly effective in reducing low-level business crime and Anti-Social Behaviour in their areas, and that the more they do, the more substantial are the benefits to levy-payers. Indeed, by analysing only the number of crimes reported to police, the report substantially underestimates the positive impact that…


  • Eighteen new Disc systems; thirteen new customers

    We’re delighted to welcome thirteen new customers and to announce  a further five new Disc systems for existing customers. New customers include five Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) – Andover, Newcastle NE1, My Milton Keynes, Weymouth and Wimborne – and four independent Business Crime Reduction Partnerships – Romford Safe & Sound, Tunbridge Wells Safe Town Partnership,…


  • Disc’s new API: enabling truly joined-up local crime reduction

    We’re delighted to announce our new Disc ‘Application Programming Interface’ (API). For major retailing and hospitality sector businesses that want to reduce the impact of low-level crime and anti-social behaviour on their businesses premises, it’s a game-changer… The API means that incidents submitted into any third-party reporting system can be instantly copied into a local…


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