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Commissioner Supports Conference on Safeguarding in the Cumbria Night Time Economy

Peter McCall

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall is to be joined by representatives from Cumbria Constabulary and the Security Industry Authority (SIA) at a conference to help promote ways to safeguard people, especially the vulnerable, who are out enjoying the night time economy in Cumbria.

Representatives from the security industry operating in Cumbria, as well as representatives from the Licensing Industry, Community Safety Partnerships and ‘pubwatch’ committees, will attend the conference at the Hallmark Hotel in Carlisle on 18th September.

The programme for the day will comprise of speakers from the SIA including their Child Protection Officer, DI St Quintin from Cumbria’s Local Safeguarding Children’s Board, and representative from the licensing/nightclub trade. Presentations will include items on tackling child sexual exploitation, young person’s diversions away from alcohol, modern day slavery, and the launch of the ‘False ID Protocol’.

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