The aim of Safe and Secure Bath, the Bath BID’s Crime Reduction Partnership, is to prevent and deter crime and antisocial behaviour in the city centre. Safe and Secure Bath brings together night-time and daytime security under one partnership.
Safe and Secure Bath scheme has three key elements:
- Bath BID Marshals in the city centre seven days a week.
- A secure intranet system (DISC), allows businesses to receive information from the Avon and Somerset Police.
- A radio link (Citilink) operation, connected to the Police, CCTV and each other.
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Who Can Become a Member?
Bath BID Levy Payers are invited to join Safe and Secure Bath as part of their levy fee. Please note, that radios cost an additional £2.50 per week, per radio.
What Do You Get for Your Membership?
- Rapid response from the Bath BID Day and Night Marshals.
- Access to Safe and Secure Bath’s DISC information-sharing system.
- Quarterly meetings where licensees can meet the BID Marshals and the police, and access free additional training sessions (e.g. first aid and radio training).
- Regular updates on the Bath BID website and via the weekly Levy Payer e-newsletter.
- A high-quality radio link (Citilink) operation, providing the infrastructure to allow licensees to be able to communicate with the police, CCTV and each other. Radios cost £2.50 per week, per radio.
Aims and Objectives
The aims and objectives of Safe and Secure Bath are:
- To create a safe and secure environment for customers, staff and visitors, and to contribute to the economic viability and prosperity of the Safe and Secure Bath area.
- To reduce the effects of crime upon Safe and Secure Bath businesses.
- To reduce the fear of crime in the Safe and Secure Bath area.
- To reduce the opportunity to commit crime and antisocial behaviour in the Safe and Secure Bath area.
- To assist with the apprehension and prosecution of offenders.
- To work with the business community, police, and other agencies within the Safe and Secure Bath area.
- To create an integrated and effective partnership for all relevant sectors.
- To manage offending behaviour through the sharing of photographs and information per the Data Protection Act 2018 and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
- To contribute to the wider community safety agenda.
The Safe and Secure Bath Area
Safe and Secure Bath covers the area shown in the below map:
The following contact numbers are for general enquiries, NOT for emergencies. Please use your Safe and Secure Bath radios to report any incidents.
Bath BID Office: 01225 430640
Police (non-emergency, 24-hour helpline): 101
Find Out More
If you would like to find out more about Safe and Secure Bath, please call 01225 430640, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.