Whitehorse City Council

Whitehorse Business Safety and Security Expo

Whitehorse City Council, Whitehorse Think Local Buy Local and Victoria Police present the Whitehorse Business Safety and Security Expo which will showcase products and best practice to promote business safety and security.

Learn how to protect your business, premises, staff and customers from crime. We encourage all business owners, small to medium businesses, including franchisees to attend this valuable expo.

Victoria Police can assist employers in developing workplace procedures about everyday business management practices covering issues from cash handling, internet ordering and more aggressive crimes such as armed robbery.

Details

  • When:  Tuesday 31 October, 6pm-8.30 pm
  • Where: Whitehorse Centre in the Waratah Room, Whitehorse Centre, 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading.
  • Cost: Tickets are $25 per person to either attend or exhibit which includes a light dinner.
  • To register, please visit: www.wbiz.com.au

Participants will enjoy stimulating and informative guest speakers:

  • John Silvester John Silvester, Crime Journalist and Author
    John has been a crime journalist in Melbourne and overseas since 1979. He has written or co-authored several crime books including of course, the best-selling Underbelly series. John has been highly recommended in the Walkley, Quill and the Graham Perkin Journalist of the Year Awards. In 1993 he joined the Melbourne Age as Law and Crime Editor.
       
  • Det Sgt Dwyer Sgt Scott Dwyer, Eastern Region Crime Squad, Victoria Police
    Scott is Detective Sergeant and currently the Acting OIC of the Eastern Region Crime Squad.  He is the former OIC of the Box Hill Embona Armed Robbery Taskforce. Victoria Police have been working with numerous key stakeholders subject to high risk crime such as armed robbery and commercial burglary; these stakeholders have implemented a number of anti-theft processes that have proven highly successful to apprehend offenders and reduce crime.

Let’s strive together to reduce the impact of crime on business, employees, customers and the broader community.

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