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by msecadm4921

In Greater Manchester, Tameside North Neighbourhood Officers PC Paula Ricci and PC Mark Akers have been working with Tameside Council and local traders to establish a new Business Watch.

The scheme at the Ashton Moss leisure complex aims to improve security at the business park.

Traders have come together to improve CCTV through their Ashton Moss Business Association Meetings (AMBAM) and all the companies at the complex are joining a Nite Net radio network.

This allows the premises to communicate with the other establishments, police officers, CCTV, and council officers.

The radios can also be used to call the police and direct CCTV cameras to film a particular area in case of an incident.

Neighbourhood Officer PC Mark Akers: “Ashton Moss leisure park is a great place for families to come and enjoy themselves. By establishing the Business Watch we aim to build on the good work already being done and ensure the park remains a safe place to come and visit."

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