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.
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.
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- Licensing SAVI supports Government measures for some public places to be prepared for terrorist attacks