Business Watch Scheme
In summary, each street has two representatives and a WhatsApp text messaging group has been created as a means of communication between the street members. As a result, instant real time information is available on any undesirable activities happening throughout the town. For more information on this Business Group Watch Scheme, please see document attached. The contact information provided will also be used as an information and communication tool for future town promotions and events. Please complete all attached documents and return to email@example.com or Unit 24A Level 1, Bridge Centre Tullamore, County Offaly
Friday 28th September saw the launch of Tullamore & District Chamber of Commerce & An Garda Siochana Business Watch Group Scheme. The launch was held in Aras an Chontae on Charleville road and was launched by Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan.
Speaking at the Launch – Tullamore & District Chamber of Commerce’s president Anne Starling stated that ‘this scheme aims to make Tullamore a safer place for businesses and allow quick and efficient means of communication between business owners and an Garda Siochana regarding possible threats. This will increase response times which will ultimately increase prosecutions and lower business crime in the community.”
The new scheme has been very warmly welcomed by both local and national government, and with a great response by local businesses alike.
Photos & words by Dezynamite Tullamore/ Aoife Wyer
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