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Welcome


The MRCI is a regional organisation co-ordinating town centre business crime reduction by encouraging partnership working between business, police, local authorities and other agencies for the benefit of the whole community.

We hope that this site answers any questions or queries you may have about the MRCI. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any more. If you wish to consider rejoining MRCI Click Here

MRCI is proud to announce that NRCI is the first Business Crime Reduction Partnership to receive the MRCI
Excellence Award.

Interest Groups Want Your Data
 
It is recommended that you read an article in the November 2012 Issue of the Professional Security Magazine about a four sided tussle concerning who does what with their crime data.

You can view the November issue of the magazine online and turn to Page 68 to read
. Click Here


MRCI  Silver Award

Graham Collins (left) the Co-ordinator from Leicester City Watch being presented with his Schemes Silver Accreditation by the Chairman   of the Midlands Regional Crime Initiative David Wilson at a MRCI  meeting on 12th November 2013 at the British Transport Police HQ in Birmingham

 

MRCI  Silver Award

Lucy Bickley, Scheme Manager from WV One Bid at Wolverhampton being presented with the MRCI Silver Award for her Scheme’s Achievement by David Wilson, Chair of the Midland Regional Crime Initiative.

 

MRCI Gold Award

Julie Davies, Scheme Manager from Stoke on Trent Business Crime Partnership, being presented with the MRCI Gold Award for her Scheme’s Achievement by David Wilson, Chair of the Midland Regional Crime Initiative.

 

Paul Smedley being presented with an inscribed tankard on his retirement for his many years of loyal commitment and service to the MRCI. Presentation on behalf of the MRCI by Chris James (left) Director.

 

MRCI  Awards

Congratulations to Dudley Business Crime Partnership who were presented with their MRCI Safe and Secure Accreditation Certificate at the MRCI Intelligence Meeting on Tuesday 21st February 2012. On the left is David Wilson (Chairman of the MRCI) with David Bryce from Dudley Business Crime Partnership.

 

MRCI  Awards

Mick Lake, the Operations Manager from Lincoln Big, being presented with the MRCI Safe and Secure Accreditation together with the Partnership Excellence Award by David Wilson (MRCI Chairman - left) at the Midlands Regional Crime Initiative Intelligence Meeting on Tuesday 15th November 2011.

 

MRCI  Awards

Matt Etchells-Jones, the Retail Crime Co-ordinator from Nottingham Businesses Against Crime , being presented with the MRCI Safe and Secure Accreditation together with the Partnership Excellence Award by David Wilson (MRCI Chairman – left) at the Midlands Regional Crime Initiative Intelligence Meeting on Tuesday 15th November 2011.

 

MRCI  Awards

The 'Team' from Worcester CityNet Anti Crime Group receiving both their MRCI Safe and Secure Award and their MRCI Excellence Award at the MRCI Intelligence Meeting on Tuesday 12th July 2011.
 
Featured in the picture from left to right are Gloria Hawthorn, Tony Allman, David Wilson (Chair of MRCI) and Jack Hince (Scheme Co-ordinator)

 

MRCI  Awards

Emma Andrew, the co-ordinator for Harborough Against Retail Theft, being presented with the MRCI Accreditation Award at the Intelligence Meeting on Tuesday 10th May 2011 by the MRCI Chairman, David Wilson.

 

MRCI  Awards

Graham Collins (Scheme co-ordinator from Leicester City Watch) (left) being presented with the MRCI Safe and Secure Accreditation Award and Partnership Excellence Award by Dave Wilson (Chair of MRCI ) (right) at the MRCI Intelligence Meeting on 1st February 2011.

 

MRCI Awards

Richard Goodchild (Scheme Co-ordinator from Shrewsbury Business Against Crime) (right) being presented with the MRCI Safe and Secure Accreditation Award by Dave Wilson (Chair of MRCI) (left) at the MRCI Intelligence Meeting on 1st February 2011.

 


MRCI Excellence Award

     Dave Wilson, Chairman of MRCI

"It gave me great pleasure to present the MRCI Excellence Award to Milton Keynes Partnership Against Crime. They are the first Partnership to receive this prestigious award which demonstrates that they continue to perform at an exceptional high level amongst Business Crime Partnerships nationally. They should be proud of their achievements and MRCI are delighted to be associated with them".


Julie E. Davies OBE

The Co-ordinator for  Stoke on Trent Business Crime Initiative was awarded an OBE in the New Years Honours List, for Services to the Police. The Citation is focused around efforts locally, regionally and nationally over the last 23 years in engaging the business community to reduce business crime (Stoke on Trent BCI are active ACIS Users).


Retirement

Peter Griffin (left) from Sandwell Traders being presented with a 'Retirement Tankard' from the Chairman of MRCI Dave Wilson at the Intelligence Meeting on 16 November 2010 at the British Transport Police HQ in Birmingham.


MRCI Double Award

Double congratulations go to Stoke on Trent Business Crime Initiative who have achieved the MRCI 'Safe and Secure Accreditation Award' and also the MRCI 'Partnership Excellence Award'. Both these Awards are achieved only with a lot of hard work and effort so well done to Julie and her Team.

The picture shows Julie Davies, the scheme Business Crime Manager receiving both awards from Dave Wilson, the Chairman of MRCI at the Intelligence Meeting at the British Transport Police HQ in Birmingham on 16 November 2010.

MRCI Accreditation Certificate

Left to right Co-ordinator PAC Ali Husbands
Co-ordinator PAC Gail Buckland (holding certificate)
David Wilson (Chair of MRCI)
PC Leanne Sargeant – Police Liaison Officer

Several Partnerships have enquired about the MRCI Accreditation Certificate and what the process is.

We have launched two awards:

MRCI
'
Safe
and Secure Accreditation Certificate' for new and existing partnerships.

This ensures that your Partnership has the necessary structure and processes in place to enable the secure and legal sharing of intelligence and to demonstrate that you are in a position to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in your Partnership area. It is a questionnaire which is available from MRCI. When applying for the documentation you will be allocated a personal assessor to assist you through the process who will visit you and examine your evidence in support of your application. If successful you will be awarded the Accreditation certificate.

The second award is the MRCI 'Safe and Secure' Excellence Award. Many National Businesses are now questioning whether they should spend vast amounts of money to be members of partnerships across the Country. They state that there are some good and not so good partnerships and they are asking for value for money. This award will demonstrate to these businesses just that. That you have a proven track record in reducing crime and the fear of crime. Your Partnership has demonstrated excellence. This award again is a questionnaire format which will be judged by the MRCI Board of Directors. You can make a personal appearance at a Board meeting to support your application if you wish. To apply for this prestigious award you must be the holder of a current Accreditation Certificate.

For more information contact the
 MRCI Secretary.


info@mrci.org.uk