Cardiff Against Business Crime (CABC) was awarded the runner up prize at the ATCM 2019 Town and City Management Industry Awards for Best Safety, Security and Resilience Scheme.
The Association of Town and City Management (ATCM) is an industry recognised body that is dedicated to promoting the vitality and viability of urban centres across the UK and Ireland.
The ATCM Town and City Management Industry Awards celebrates significant contribution to and development of urban centres across a range of categories.
CABC was highly commended for its safety, security and resilience initiatives including CityNet radio, Terrorism and Vulnerability Awareness Training, Night Marshals and Street Pastors.
ATCM recognised CABC’s innovation, expertise and collaboration across partnerships. As well, as CABC’s positive impact on businesses, the public and the public, private and third sector.
The award follows the announcement that Cardiff Against Business Crime was the fourth in the UK, and joint first in Wales (as well as Newport), to gain accreditation against the new open standards for Business Crime Reduction Partnerships (BCRP).
Executive Director of FOR Cardiff, Adrian Field said:
“This award is further recognition of Cardiff Against Business Crime’s commitment to high industry standards.
CABC has made a huge impact in its first year and will continue to support and develop initiatives that make Cardiff a safer and more welcoming place for those who visit, live and work in Cardiff.”