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Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Bay. If in doubt, get in touch.
Membership of CABC is free if you are a FOR Cardiff levy payer or if you take out a CityNet radio subscription at £7.48 per week
This also includes access to our 'DISC intelligence sharing intranet
Businesses who do.not pay a levy or take out a CityNet radio subscription can join the partnership and have access.to 'DISC, for an annual fee of £50 plus VAT. These costs are tax deductible business expenses.
We believe DISC is a user-friendly website, and all new members will receive free training from our dedicated Crime Reduction Manager. But if you need a refresher or are a new employee who will use the system please get in touch and we’ll book in to see you ASAP.
CABC understands that as an all sector system there will be different times of day that are better for some than others, which is why we will endeavour to provider a flexible service as to when training takes place. This might be one to one training for new or seasonal staff, or in your staff meetings. We will be happy to undertake refresher training.
Outside of the City Centre, a radio subscription to CityNet includes membership of the partnership and access to DISC.
If a business outside of the City Centre does not want a radio subscription, membership to the partnership and access to DISC is £50 P/A plus VAT. This fee would be a tax-deductible business expense.
Yes. Membership is FREE to City Centre Bid levy payers whether you have a radio or not and this will give access to the DISC system and the advice provided by the Business Crime Reduction Manager.
MRS Communications our approved CityNet provider and partner will be pleased to discuss and jointly assess your businesses operational needs.
DISC is fully responsive so can be used on any mobile or handheld device.
This is based upon operational need on a business by business basis.
You pay Direct debit.
You can complain directly to us using the contact form on this website. Complaints against members or their employees will be dealt with by the board of management who will gather all pertinent facts available and review these against current policies and procedures. The complainant may be called upon for further information and in any case will be notified of the outcome. Actions that may be taken include (but are not limited to):
Where a complaint is against a member of the board of management the complaint will be investigated by other members of the board. Any appeal against the findings of a complaint investigation will be directed to an independent arbitration body. You can also complain to the Information Commissioner online.