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Safer Business Network welcomes new members to board

Safer Business Network welcomed Ian Dyson, Lisa Baskott, Helen Clayton and Phillipe Giovanni Chiarella to its board as new members.

Hannah Wadey, Safer Business Network CEO, commented on the news:  “At a time of exceptional growth and opportunity for the Company, the addition of experts like Ian, Lisa, Helen and Phillipe further bolsters Safer Business Network as we continue to build momentum and lead on new and exciting projects which create safer communities. The future is very exciting.”

Hannah Wadey, Safer Business Network CEO

Following his 38-year career in policing (the last six as Commissioner of the City of London police) Ian now works as an advisor, sharing his expertise with a number of companies in the crime, tech & security sectors.

Named as one of 100 most influential businesswomen in the UK, Lisa is CEO of 2nd Line of Defence, the UK’s first female-focused recruitment agency in the private security sector. She is a serving Magistrate and contributes to a range of inclusion and diversity work.

Helen is the Head of Crime & Security at Sainsburys, developing and delivering risk mitigation that monitors and responds to risks that may impact on the business. As part of the role, she collaborates with a range of national organisations whilst sitting on the National Retail Crime Steering Group at the Home office led by the Minister for Crime & Policing.

With over 15 years’ experience working in the night-time economy, Phillipe is the Chief Executive of First Entertainment which owns and operates bars and has a strong LGBTQ+ promotions arm. He has a history of developing and delivering policies which have later been regarded as best practice in this field, including during his time at Safer Business Network.

(Source: Safer Business Network, edited)

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