Wigan Council is launching a pioneering police-led licensing initiative to improve the safety and security of its bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants – with other areas of Greater Manchester expected to follow shortly.
Sutton’s Slug and Lettuce has become the first venue in the borough – and one of the first in London – to receive the first ever National Policing Award for safety and security.
Liverpool’s Ink Bar nightclub, known widely for its urban DJs, hip hop and R&B entertainment, has become one of the first licensed premises in England and Wales to receive a National Policing Award for Safety.
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