The full programme has been announced for the upcoming ‘Manchester Security: Safe and Secure for Business’ seminar, which will focus on providing businesses in the North West with valuable insights into current security issues facing the region.
The programme will include:
- Formal opening by Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan QPM – the seminar will be chaired by Jim Battle, Greater Manchester Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
- Detective Chief Superintendent Tony Mole, Head of the North West Counter Terrorism Unit, on the changing face of terrorism and the importance of planning and preparation
- Superintendent Marcus Noden with an update on neighbourhood policing and how partnership working through Integrated Neighbourhood Management is being progressed
- SelectaDNA explaining how synthetically manufactured DNA is proving to be a powerful tool in the fight against crime
The event takes place on Thursday the 29th September 2016, at St Ann’s Church, St Ann’s Street, Manchester, M2 7LF.
Paul King, Chair of the Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel, comments: “This free event is not to be missed for Manchester businesses, who will be able to find out about the latest security, business continuity and counter terrorism issues in order to better protect their premises, staff and customers.
“Businesses are continually falling victims to acts of crimes and threats, so security is of utmost importance. This event will offer you the latest advice from a range of policing and security professionals to help better protect your business and prevent crime. Doors open at 8:30 am, refreshments and breakfast snacks will be provided and there will be opportunities to network before and after the event which is due to end around 11:00”.
SelectaDNA and GJD are sponsoring the event and their crime prevention products will be on display.
The event is organised by Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel with the support of Greater Manchester Police, Manchester City Council and Atmaana Business Consulting.