Police Crime Prevention Initiatives at Futurebuild 2020
Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI) will be exhibiting at Futurebuild at London ExCel this week, from Tuesday 3rd to Thursday 5th March.
Futurebuild brings together opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators under a common purpose to explore the latest technologies and approaches, and debate the biggest issues facing the built environment – now and in the future – both in the UK and overseas.
Be sure to come visit stand B75 to find out more about PCPI and its range of innovative crime prevention initiatives, such as Secured by Design (SBD), the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) and the Police Crime Prevention Academy (PCPA).
At the stand there will be the opportunity to speak with experts around topics such as:
- Introduction to SBD, the development awards structure and guides
- Testing and certification – the importance of this process
- Apartment doorsets – fire and security
- Alarms – introduction to SBD Alarms
- Cyber security
- How accredited qualifications can help you in your current job and future roles
SBD work to include proven crime prevention techniques and measures into the layout and landscaping of new developments and also work to improve the physical security of buildings using products, such as doors, windows, locks and walling systems that meet SBD security requirements. As a national crime prevention scheme, SBD has achieved significant successes. Working with National Government, SBD has influenced national planning policy to embed crime prevention in the planning process and established police security standards in the building and construction industry.
The PCPA delivers a nationally recognised generation of qualifications in crime prevention and designing out crime to the public and private sectors on behalf of UK Police Service. The PCPA is affiliated with the Secured by Design initiative, so are the leading experts in delivering these standards and guidance. The PCPA is an approved ProQual Centre.
The PDSC seeks to help businesses and organisations understand their risk and exposure to cyber crime and fraud, and work with them to reduce their vulnerability to this type of crime.
Futurebuild is open on Tuesday & Wednesday from 10:00 to 18:00 and on Thursday from 10:00 to 16:00.