Hertfordshire Constabulary, jointly with East Herts Council, are pleased to announce the launch of a pioneering licensing initiative to improve the safety and security of bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels.
Northamptonshire’s Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (NPFCC) Stephen Mold announces today that he wants bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants across the county to support a pioneering police-led licensing initiative to make their venues safer and more secure for the benefit of customers, staff and local communities.
Royal Lancaster London, Hyde Park’s proud mid-century architectural icon, has become the first hotel in England and Wales to receive a National Policing Award for Safety, and the first London venue to receive five stars.
Huddersfield’s The Crown Hotel has become the first venue in West Yorkshire to receive a National Policing Award for Safety, taking advantage of a pioneering partnership between Licensing SAVI, West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit and West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership.
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