In addition to the core services listed on the 'Membership' page, the Brighton & Hove Business Crime Reduction Partnership administers a series of special projects to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the city. Building on our strong foundations we continually strive to innovate to ensure we are offering the best possible service to our members and stakeholders.
Putting it right
Our award winning 'Putting It Right' restorative justice scheme helps to address re-offending rates at the root cause - the offender.
A red Light stops your night
As part of the 'A Red Light Stops your Night' project the BCRP rents breathalysers to licensed premises enabling door supervisors to make evidence-based judgments on who is too intoxicated to enter a club or bar in a non-confrontational manner.
mobile support unit accreditation
The BCRP Mobile Support Unit Accreditation is a quality assurance scheme to assist businesses seeking to hire a security company offering a vehicle-based mobile support function.
Our rigorous annual inspections ensure that all accredited mobile support units meet or exceed agreed quality standards.
Integration with Scannet systems
The BCRP has integrated our successful Exclusion Notice Scheme with increasingly popular ID-Scanning machines in licensed premises. The project has been launched on ScanNet machines which are operated in clubs across Brighton and ensures individuals subject to an exlcusion notice are quickly identified at the door and do not enter BCRP member premises.
False ID scheme
The BCRP developed this award-winning scheme after calls for sanctions on those individuals who misuse statutory ID documents [passports and driving licences] to gain access to licensed premises when they are under the legal age to buy alcohol.
Vulnerability training and Ask 4 angela
Over the past few years the Brighton & Hove Business Crime Reduction Partnership has been working in close partnership with Sussex Police to create innovative campaigns to help prevent rape and serious sexual offencers occuring within the nightime economy in the city. These campaigns have primarily been focused on providing members of staff with adequate training opportunities to help them to spot vulnerable individuals.