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National Pubwatch Newsletter - October 2013

NEW FORMAT FOR THIS NEWSLETTER

 
We wish to introduce readers to this new format for our bi-monthly Newsletter.  In our previous version you opened the link to our Newsletter and then opened further links to read more about the majority of the articles within that edition.  With this format, you can immediately read the headings and brief introductions to each article and then open the links should you wish to do so.
 
NATIONAL PUBWATCH CONFERENCE 2014
 
We can confirm that the next conference will be held at The Palace Hotel, Manchester on Tuesday 18th February 2014. Further details will be available in due course...(read more here) 
 
BROMLEY LANDLORDS JOIN FORCES FOR NEW PUBWATCH CRIME TACKLING SCHEME
 
Around 20 licensees from Bromley’s pubs, bars and clubs have recently formed a Pubwatch in south east London...(read more here)
 
STOURBRIDGE PUBWATCH SCHEME RELAUNCHES
 
Stourbridge Pubwatch scheme has recently been re-launched to crack down on alcohol-related crime in the town centre...(read more here)
 
LOUGHBOROUGH PUBWATCH RELAUNCHED
 
LOUGHBOROUGH will be calling time on town troublemakers when it relaunches its Pubwatch scheme. And for the first time Loughborough University is on board, sharing information about incidents that happen on campus and those revellers who are banned or ejected from the university bars...(read more here) 
 
HEREFORD CITY PUBWATCH WIN AWARD
 
Herefordshire Against Night-time Disorder (HAND) is the local name for the Pubwatch schemes operating in Herefordshire. Recently the HAND/BOTTLETOP Alcohol Diversion Scheme scooped a High Sheriff of Herefordshire's Award for their work in 'rehabilitating' those persons excluded from licensed premises across the City for alcohol-related anti-social behaviour...(read more here) 
 
SISTERS' PLEDGE TO CHESHIRE PUB PATRONS
 
CRIME fighting sisters have teamed up to increase safety and peace of mind for pub-goers across Northwich and Winsford. PCSOs Kat Stock and Barbara Billington have launched a partnership between the towns’ respective Pubwatch schemes. By pooling the resources available to landlords in each area, they have come up with an improved method for fighting crime and ensuring pub patrons can enjoy their drinks in peace...(read more here)
 
RAISING AWARENESS OF STRATHMORE PUBWATCH SCHEME
 
Unruly drinkers have been warned they could face a lifetime ban from a host of local pubs if they overstep the mark. More than 20 licensed premises within the local area are actively involved in the Pubwatch scheme.
 
Blairgowrie-based Police Scotland community officer, PC Dave Summers, organised for stickers and posters promoting the Strathmore Pubwatch scheme to be handed to participating licensees at a recent meeting...(read more here)

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE - FRANK MARNELL
 
We continue our introduction to our Regional Representatives.  Our latest features Frank Marnell.  Frank is licensee of the Watergate Inn, a busy pub located just 5 metres from main entrance of Chester Racecourse.  He started his career in catering as a Commis Chef way back in 1968.  Apart from a stint in the Royal Air Force he has had experience of running two social clubs in Liverpool 8 and has been at the Watergate Inn for the last 21years...(read more here)
 
NEW INFORMATION WANTED SERVICE
NPW is pleased to announce that we are piloting a new initiative to aid police investigations into serious crimes affecting the pub and hospitality trade. The new 'Information Wanted' section can be accessed through the NPW website and the very latest images will be shown on the Home Page. Our friends at Pubwatch On-line have agreed to cascade the information to the members using their messaging service and the Publican's Morning Advertiser are making this a regular 'Caught on Camera' feature...(read more here)

CREDIT GIVEN TO SWINDON PUBWATCH
The nightlife of Swindon town centre is in the middle of a revival thanks to simple co-operation. Much of the credit is being given to Pubwatch, a group of town centre pubs and bars who work together with the aim of making the town centre as enjoyable as possible. Alcohol-fuelled incidents have fallen by 50 per cent year on year and, as part of the changes, the length of ban depends on the type of offence. A first time offender may only get a three-month ban while a more serious crime will see a longer ban...(read more here)

TOOLS AND RESOURCES
 
New Pubwatch Posters – view the range and download from here
Regional Map – check out your local representative here
Scheme Locator – make sure your Pubwatch is on the map – free registration here
New ‘Information Wanted’ Service – check the latest details here
Ask Dadds LLP – raise your questions here
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