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  • Fifteen more customers join the Disc network

    October and November saw a record 15 new customers sign up to Disc. Among them: another police force has chosen Disc to support its rural crime reduction work; one of the UK’s top-10 security companies; an ‘industrial’ BID using Disc to reduce crime and ASB for its levy payers… In the North East, Cramlington in…


  • A radio revolution for business crime reduction schemes?

    Sharing information is a core function of business crime reduction schemes, whether it’s sharing urgent, important information between members, or enabling them to quickly, conveniently access images of local offenders and banned individuals. Now a new generation of radio handsets is set to support both types of communication in one powerful – and affordable – package….


  • Intelligence@Work: keeping up to date about business crime reduction

    Intelligence@Work is our new online information resource for Disc customers and administrators who together deliver business crime reduction schemes across more than 500 towns and city-centres in the UK – and for anyone else who manages or supports business crime reduction schemes. Intelligence@Work provides a wealth of news, guidance, documentation, and latest Best Practice of…


  • New service from Disc: GDPR compliance documentation

    Helping new Disc customers to ensure their systems are set up in a compliant manner is part of the Disc implementation process. Now we’ve made this service available to non-customers too… Business crime reduction schemes should know that compliance with GDPR is essential. Yet too many still lack key obligatory documentation. We’ve long provided advice…


  • Ten new Disc implementations – from Penzance to Northumbria

    Since our previous eNewsletter in May, we’ve implemented ten new Disc systems including three in Cornwall and our first for Northumbria Police, to support a new business crime reduction scheme in South Tyneside. From Cornwall to Northumbria… Truro, St Austell and Penzance BIDs have each signed up with Disc to reduce low-level crime and ASB…


  • New Resource Packs to help new schemes

    More and more businesses are working together to ‘fill the policing gap’. Now we’ve developed three brand new Resource Packs to help them take the first critical steps. Whether you’re looking to set up a Business Crime Reduction Scheme (BCRS), implement an Exclusion Scheme, or want to understand how such schemes must comply with data…


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There’s so much more to Disc than we can cover here. We’d be delighted to show you the system at work and demonstrate its capabilities, either remotely or in person.