Learn how to keep your business secure at workshops
Published: 30 May 2018 11:46am
Learn how to keep your business secure at workshops - 19 June 2015
Your business is more than your workplace – it’s your livelihood.
Wagga Wagga City Council in partnership with NSW Police will be conducting free workshops for local businesses to help you understand strategies to decrease the likelihood of break and enters at their shop or premises.
The workshops will be held on Wednesday 24 June, with businesses able to choose between a 12.30pm and 5.30pm session.
Sergeant Paul Huggett from the Wagga Wagga Local Area Command will be presenting information on crime prevention through environmental design and explaining how businesses can decrease their risk of break and enter through simple and effective changes.
Businesses will also hear about CCTV uses, options and limitations from Daniel Winson from Rivsec Surveillance.
Following the presentations a panel consisting of Mr Winson, local police and G-TEC Security’s Tim Lewry will be on hand to answer any questions. Attendees will also be able to share their personal experiences with crime and crime prevention.
The Keep My Business Secure workshops are a joint initiative of the Wagga Local Area Command and Council’s Economic Development and Social Planning units.
The free workshops will be held in the Council meeting room at the Civic. Bookings are essential and to RSVP, contact Kristin Groves on 6926 9304 or email email@example.com.