ARCH (Alliance to Reduce Crime Against Heritage) is holding three briefing sessions this autumn for interested parties to learn more about the Heritage Crime Programme and Alliance to Reduce Crime against Heritage. The objectives of these sessions are as follows:

To explain the Memorandum of Understanding on Heritage Crime for Local Authorities and Community Safety Partnerships.

To further understanding of what constitute a heritage crime and the impact of crime and anti-social behaviour on the historic environment.

To help identify, through the sharing of best practice, effective partnership interventions, enforcement options and opportunities for multiagency working and community involvement.

Dates and locations of sessions

  • 13 September – Cambridge
  • 27 September – Sheffield
  • 11 October – London

If you work in or are involved with the heritage sector and would like to attend, please visit the helm website to book a place. Heritage Action will hopefully be attending at least one of these sessions as part of our ongoing commitment to the work ARCH is doing.