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Tending Business Against Crime (TENBAC)

What is the background of the concept?

The Home Office, under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, have been encouraging local communities nationally, to bring together relevant stakeholders and set up local partnerships to manage local problems.


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TENBAC will:

  • Reduce the opportunity for offenders to commit crime/ASB in Tendring.
  • Gather intelligence that will enable Police/CPS/Courts to deal more effectively with persistent offenders.
  • Establish links to other types of crime i.e. drugs, robbery.
  • Reduce the fear of crime in around the business environment.

 

TENBAC is run by businesses for businesses.

A Board of Management is responsible for managing, directing and governing the role and responsibilities of the Partnership. The board is made up of business representatives from a range of backgrounds.

The TENBAC co-ordinator will take overall responsibility for delivering an effective TENBAC service.

For more information about TENBAC or if you are a business and would like to join the scheme please visit their website:

www.tenbac.org

 


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Leanne Thornton Community Safety Manager
E-mail Leanne
Tel: 01255 686353
Mobile: 07850 090670


For more information about TENBAC or if you are a business and would like to join the scheme please visit their website:

www.tenbac.org

 

 

 

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