About BCRP

Founded in November 2019 the BCRP supports over 100 members to prevent crime and ASB

What We Do

The collaboration brings together the police, businesses and the city council to identify crime issues, collate information and intelligence about criminal activity, and agree response plans to fight against business crime.

To deliver this, the BCRP have invested in the intelligence sharing platform, DiSC, and an updated radio system. These both link businesses, the police and the council Operations Centre to share information that helps drive down crime across all business sectors.

Day-to-night Support

Our members represent 3 sectors; retail, office and hospitality & leisure, spanning both day and night-time economies.

The BCRP also provides a variety of crime prevention training and works closely with the police and local authority to provide information that can lead to prolific offenders receiving warnings and banning notices from the city centre.

Become a member

If you are a levy paying business within the Bristol City Centre, Redcliffe & Temple, or Broadmead BID areas, you are eligible to join the BCRP and enjoy its benefits for discounted rates. For Non Levy Payers, please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Become a member

If you are a levy paying business within the Bristol City Centre, Redcliffe & Temple, or Broadmead BID areas, you are eligible to join the BCRP and enjoy its benefits for discounted rates. For Non Levy Payers, please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Our PArtners

Bristol BID is a non-for-profit organisation working to make Bristol an even better place for those who work, study, live and spend leisure time in the city.

Broadmead BID work to support their retailers, helping to drive footfall and deliver high standards in all areas. It includes Broadmead, The Galleries and The Arcade.

Redcliffe & Temple BID is a business-led initiative which exists to manage and improve the Redcliffe & Temple area of Bristol. The overall aim of the BID is to improve and enhance the area for the benefit of the business community.

Bristol Shopping Quarter is home to over 400 shops, restaurants, cafes and attractions over four districts in the heart of beautiful Bristol.

Visit West is the Destination Management Company that sits as the overall umbrella for the three central Bristol BIDS.

Bristol City Council is the local authority of Bristol, England. They sit on our partnership board.

M.R.S are the leading innovators in two-way radio systems and radio security services. To put it simply, they offer radio and communication services to towns and cities around the UK to help reduce and prevent crime.

Cabot Circus is a covered shopping centre in Bristol, England. It is adjacent to Broadmead, a shopping district in Bristol city centre. The Cabot Circus development area contains shops, offices, a cinema, hotel and 250 apartments.

Avon and Somerset Police is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement in the county of Somerset and in four districts that used to be in the defunct county of Avon: Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

The National Business Crime Solution is a not-for-profit initiative that works with the police and the business community to help tackle business crime in the United Kingdom.

The Galleries is a shopping mall situated in the Broadmead shopping centre in Bristol city centre, England. Functioning as one of the city's retail malls, it is a three-storey building, which spans over Fairfax Street.

The National Association of Business Crime Partnerships [NABCP] is the umbrella body representing BCRPs at a national level. It seeks to promote the concept of BCRPs to local and national government and to increase the collective effectiveness of the hundreds of schemes across the country by lobbying for greater resources and influence.

SWL currently supply the ranger in the Broadmead area. The SWL management team has a wealth of experience with strong Police connections, working with the Home Office and the Police on several of our current assignments – these relationships have helped us develop, nurturing successful private-public partnerships across a spectrum of new business.