SAFETY OF WOMEN AT NIGHT (SWaN) TRAINING

Nottingham BID is working with city centre partners in a strategy to tackle violence against women and girls and deliver practical solutions to reduce the vulnerability of women visiting the city’s night-time economy.

As part of the Home Office’s Safety of Women at Night (SWaN) initiative,  
Nottingham BID and partners will be providing free training to support levy payers in the night time economy when facing these incidents.   

If you are interested in receiving the free training for your staff, please register your interest with Nottingham BID by emailing bcrp@nottinghambid.com

 

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