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21st October 2020 Issue no. 530
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First crime prevention exhibition and conference to be held in Liverpool
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is delighted to announce the date for the first Liverpool Crime Prevention Exhibition and Conference which will be held at the The Crowne Plaza Hotel on the 25th May 2016.
This free to attend event will offer security companies an opportunity to showcase their products and will allow delegates to view the latest security services and to listen to engaging seminar presentations delivered by expert in the field on methods and regulations.
Organised by the BSIA in partnership with Merseyside Police and the Liverpool BID Company, the event is a must-attend for the North West's wider business community, major retailers, local authorities and entertainment venues.
Free to attend for delegates, the event will take place at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Liverpool city centre, and features a range of experts speakers including Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner, speaking about the surveillance Camera Code of Practice. ?Other confirmed speakers include Dirk Wilson, Chairman of BSIA's Police and Public services section who will discuss day to day interaction with security members of staff; Shaun Holland, Crime Safety Consultant of the Liverpool BID Company, who will talk on tackling retail crime; a Merseyside Police Officer with a crime prevention brief.
Alongside the conference, exhibitors from across the security industry will be on hand to demonstrate their latest products and services, giving delegates the opportunity to get up close to the latest technological innovations, meet potential suppliers and find out more about which solutions would best suit their business.
Similar past events held in other UK cities attracted record number of over 300 delegates, with attendees including representatives of well-known city-centre retailers, as well as other organisations including insurers, healthcare practitioners and local authorities.
James Kelly, Chief Executive of the BSIA, commented: "We are very excited about holding this event in Liverpool. We believe it will provide a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to learn about the latest security products and services, whilst hearing about the great work that Merseyside Police do for the city. The BSIA security experts will be at hand to share best practice advice and help to secure a positive and safe future for local businesses."
To secure your delegate or exhibition place at what promises to be an informative and educational event, complete the online booking form go to the events page on the BSIA website:www.bsia.co.uk
For more information about the BSIA and its members, visit www.bsia.co.uk
23rd March 2016