Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) are partnering with The Security Event to once again present the ‘Designing Out Crime Zone’, which will showcase the latest police techniques to reduce crime and keep local communities safe, at the NEC Birmingham from 5 – 7 April.
The Designing Out Crime Zone is a unique opportunity for attendees at the event to discover best practice around crime prevention and learn about Police CPI and its initiatives, which include Secured by Design (SBD), the SBD Alarm standard for alarm installers, the Police Crime Police Academy, Licensing SAVI and the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme.
Police CPI will also be hosting a series of seminars over the course of The Security Event in The Designing Out Crime Zone theatre, which are free for all visitors to attend. A daily panel session at 12:00 will see experts discuss how the Government can approach future threats that are on the horizon, both physical and cyber.
Created for the commercial and residential security market, The Security Event brings together a world-class education programme, market leaders and industry experts. The Security Event won the ‘Rising Star’ award at the 2022 Exhibition News Awards.
The Security Event is co-located with the rest of the Safety & Security Series - The Fire Safety Event, The Health and Safety Event & The Workplace Event – and presents countless options for connecting with new and existing contacts and industry peers.
The Security Event will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, over three days:
To view the timetable of presentations in The Designing Out Crime Zone theatre, visit: https://www.thesecurityevent.co.uk/designing-out-crime-zone
To find out more about The Security Event, visit https://www.thesecurityevent.co.uk/
To find out more about Police CPI, visit https://www.policecpi.com/
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