National Association of Business Crime Partnerships


Passion & Experience


Business Crime Reduction Partnerships (BCRPs) perform a valuable function as part of local community efforts to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour which affects businesses, their staff, customers and the community. Their work is now recognised by police, community safety and community safety partnerships as providing a valuable source of information and demonstrating practical steps to identify offenders and anti-social elements and to work together to manage their behaviour more effectively. 

Mission Statement

The mission of the National Association of Business Crime Partnerships is to reduce acquistive and violent crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour against businesses, their premises, staff and customers. 

Business and action plans

The board and partnership council has developed a business plan for the new organisation, supported by an action plan setting out what we want to achieve. Our action plan will be driven by member involvement and will evolve as objectives are achieved and new ones added in what will be a rolling process. 


Executive members

Brighton and Hove business crime reduction partnership

Chair of nAbcp and Executive Board Member - Lisa Perretta

A BCRP Manager for Brighton & Hove with over 12 years' experience of running a large scheme with 500 members operating within both day and night time economies. Fully restorative justive trained and carrying out direct reparation work with offenders. Chair of the Sussex Business Crime Group overseeing a unified approach to good practice across the county. 

Partnerships Against Business Crime In Staffordshire

Executive Board Member - Julie Davies

For the last 8 years JD has been the  County Business Crime Partnership Manager for PABCIS which is the Business Crime Reduction Partnership covering Staffordshire.  Within PABCIS there are 4 regions which oversee 26 sub-groups from both the retail and night time economy.  JD manages a team of 5 staff working from within the Resolution Centre at Staffordshire Police.  PABCIS was borne out of a desire within Staffordshire to create consistency within local Schemes – delivery of this emanated out of the Stoke on Trent Business Crime Reduction Partnership which JD managed for around 20 years.  JD's overall experience of working with BCRPs extends to around 28 years. Prior to that JD was employed within the judicial/legal system.  JD sits on various delivery groups within Staffordshire, works very closely with Staffordshire Police, Chairs the Local Crime and Disorder Group, and has been an advisor within the Midlands. Ensuring we have productive and effective BCRPs is something JD is passionate about and believes very strongly in the need for a corporate approach with local identity.   

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Part-time NABCP Partnership Manager - David Wilson

DW retired as a Police Superintendent with Nottinghamshire Police in 2006 and then commenced employment as the Mansfield Safer Business Partnership Manager. Under his management the Partnership went from strength to strength attaining NABCP accreditation and successfully winning external awards for Mansfield Town Centre. In 2010 the Partnership was incorporated into the Mansfield Business Improvement District structure that saw the employment of two daytime ambassadors and two part time night time ambassadors improving intelligence collection and assessment. David was involved in the working group creating the new national standard for BCRP’s and the creation of a Countywide business crime partnership in Nottinghamshire.