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Partnerships

BSIA members have been developing highly successful, partnerships with police forces across the UK.  Our members share a broad range of expertise across a variety of industry sectors, and many of them provide on-the-ground support or outsourced back-office functions to the Police.  

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games provided public and private sectors across the UK with a unique opportunity to increase engagement with Police and communicate important safety and security messages that may require the attention of as broad an audience as possible. Several legacy projects have emerged from the Games, including the Cross-Sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) project and, more recently, the Police and Security Group Initiative (PaS). 


CSSC London

A legacy project of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications project (CSSC) aims to deliver one timely and authoritative security message – fed by the Metropolitan Police and other UK agencies - not sensitive in nature, to a range of UK industries, their employees (from office-based to field and contracted staff) and customers potentially affected by them. 


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CSSC Scotland

Inspired by CSSC London and established as a legacy project from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications project Scotland (CSSC Scotland) aims to deliver one timely and authoritative security message – fed by Police Scotland and other UK agencies - not sensitive in nature, to a range of UK industries, their employees (from office-based to field and contracted staff) and customers potentially affected by them.

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Police & Security Initiative

In July 2014, the London Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime launched its Business Crime Strategy. The strategy calls for improved collaboration between law enforcement and business, which asks business to work better with the police through private security initiatives. The Police and Security Group Initiative (PaS) was launched in December 2014 and aims to build upon existing successful partnerships for mutual benefit through a number of pilots. 

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