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Neptune Business Networking Breakfast

Since his re-election in May last year, and following extensive consultation, Tim Passmore has just published his new Police and Crime Plan for the next four years and will introduce this plan at our breakfast event.
 
Tim will be talking about the impact that his new Police and Crime Plan will have on the way the Constabulary delivers policing in the county which will include procurement and civil parking enforcement. Suffolk businesses directly contribute around £24m per year through business rates to police funding in the county - so your views are crucial. Gareth will be talking about cyber threats and risks including information security, and staff education and awareness.
 
About Tim Passmore:
 
Tim Passmore, Police & Crime Commissioner for Suffolk. He believes it is hugely important that the business community influences policing policy in the county and welcomes the opportunity to engage with businesses in north east Suffolk.
 
About Gareth Wilson:
 
Joining Tim will be Chief Constable Gareth Wilson, who was appointed to this position in January 2016. Gareth has previously given presentations on the reorganisation of Suffolk Constabulary to deal with new and emerging threats, specifically the digitisation and globalisation of crime.
 
Breakfast menu
 
Self-service buffet breakfast, help yourself to sausage, bacon, egg, tomato, mushrooms, danish pastries, tea, coffee and fruit juices, plus toast, jams and cereal.
 
Vegetarian option must be ordered in advance
 
 
 
Neptune business networking events are kindly sponsored by Waveney Norse.
 
To book your space please click here

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