BID Safety Partnership2020-01-16T11:14:16+00:00

Project Description

Liverpool BID Company - BID Police Team

BID Safety Partnership

What is it?

The BID Safety Partnership includes:

  • Two BID Police Officers, who provide BID Levy Payers a direct response to enquiries about safety, anti-social behaviour and security issues.
  • Radio Link network with over 130 active businesses to provide reassurance and intelligence sharing,
  • Digital platform DISC which allows intelligence sharing across businesses in the city centre.
  • A BID levy funded officer at the Council’s CCTV (City Watch) connected with our Radio Link network during retail hours on Thursdays and on the evenings on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Regular Intelligence Sharing Briefings – Watches to discuss safety issues across the districts to highlight upcoming opportunities with BID Levy Payers. There are bespoke Watches for Betting Shops, Hotels and Retail Shops.

Who is it for?

This service benefits all BID Levy Payers within the BID areas.

How can BID Levy Payers get involved?

To join the BID Safety Partnership and for more information, please contact info@liverpoolbidcompany.com

Join the BID Safety Partnership

→ Key Contacts

For safety and environment issues in the BID areas we recommend the useful contacts included below.

Remember to report any incidents and issues to the relevant organisation. The more reports they receive, the stronger our position is to champion your voice and needs.

Download our key contacts leaflet
Download our key contacts leaflet

→ Relevant Safety Resources

To access the latest intelligence and safety news please make sure you have access to DISC and attend your relevant Intelligence Sharing Briefing – Watch.

Liverpool City Centre Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO). What does it mean for you?

A PSPO (Public Space Protection Order) is in place in Liverpool city centre since 7 January 2020 to prevent people obtaining money whilst attempting and succeeding in selling articles or entertainment in the public highway which has been causing a detrimental effect to the well-being of children within the city centre, as well as, people living, visiting or working in the area for a sustained period of time.