Sharing intelligence, building partnerships


SaferCash's aim is to tackle organised physical acquisitive crime through a strong working partnership with UK Law Enforcement and our Cash & Valuables in Transit, ATM and financial institution partners.

SaferCash has a national role in gathering crime data, intelligence and suspicious activities in relation to the following areas of crime:

Cash Valuables in Transit  (including Cash Holding Centres, Vehicle and guard attacks).

Physical attacks against Financial Institutions – including counter robberies, tiger kidnaps, commercial burglaries and thefts.

Physical attacks on ATM’s belonging to Financial Institutions and Independent ATM companies (including gas, rip out’s and power tool attacks) and black box/jack potting offences.

Operated by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), SaferCash was established in 2005 and is mainly funded by members of the BSIA's  Cash and Valuables in Transit (CVIT) section.

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SaferCash services

Find out what services SaferCash offers as part of its intelligence sharing in reducing attacks on cash-in-transit couriers.

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How does SaferCash work?

SaferCash provides liaison officers, analysts, that provide timely and accurate information.

How we do it
Advice for Police Forces

SaferCash work closely with all UK Law Enforcement and can offer advice to in view of suspicious activity.

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SaferCash members

Find out who's already a member of SaferCash by visiting our members' page.

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How the public helps

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SaferCash in the news

Our successes in assisting the police are regularly covered in national and regional press.

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The British Security Awards recognises the actions of the industry and the public.

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