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Firms given helping hand.

BUSINESSES were given anti-crime advice at an exhibition staged by police and fire bosses.

The Safer Business Exhibition was held at The Hub, at Bayton Road industrial estate, Bedworth.

It was organised by Warwickshire Police and Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Businesses were invited to view the crime and fire prevention products on display and talk to experts. Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service launched its new Arson Reduction Package for business at the event.

Stephen Haynes, principal risk reduction officer, said: "The impact that a deliberately set fire can have on a business can be devastating and of course will have a wider impact on the local economy and job prospects."

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TEAMWORK: Giving advice (from left) Stephen Haynes; Mike Whitehead, Warwickshire Police business crime advisor and Steve West, Warwickshire Fire and Rescue investigation and arson reduction manager
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 21, 2005
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