Working in partnership to beat crime and anti-social behaviour across Cherwell
The Cherwell Crime Partnership (CCP) tackles business-related crime to make the towns of Banbury and Bicester safe and friendly places to work and visit.
CCP has a membership of over 95 retail businesses and 45 licensed premises and encompasses the day and evening economies.
Members range from large retailers and licensed premises to small independent traders in both sectors who work together as a not-for-profit organisation.
With dedicated members and co-ordinators, the schemes over the last 20 years have sent positive messages that offending will ‘not be tolerated’. The schemes are accredited, have received outstanding status reviews on many occasions, and have robust working partnerships with Thames Valley Police, Cherwell District Council, Banbury Town Council and Bicester Town Council – all with the same aims: to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour, to protect CCP members, and to care for the community.
Crime, anti-social behaviour, and criminal damage can create negative atmospheres which are harmful to businesses and profitability. There is also an impact on attracting people to visit the area.
The CCP assists members in reducing crime, anti-social behaviour and criminal damage – and provides training and an interface with its partners.
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Links to DISC System
Below are links to our DISC system (Database and Intranet for Safer Communities) for both both Cherwell Crime Partnership and Cherwell Pubwatch:
Please find below links to our Privacy Notices for both Members and Offenders. In each case there are separate documents for Cherwell Crime Partnership and Cherwell Pubwatch
Privacy Notices for Members:
Privacy Notices for Offenders:
The above documents (in PDF format) detail exactly how we use your personal data. Click on the links to download.
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