Monthly Archives: August 2014
Hunt For Shoplifting Couple
Police in Newton Abbot have issued images of two suspects they wish to identify following a spate of high value shoplifting offences across Devon. The two suspects are believed to be responsible for a series of high value shoplifting offences that have occurred in Newton Abbot, Plymouth and East Devon.read more
Firms Ignoring Graduate ‘CV Fraud’
A study finds that a third of employers are failing to check up on applicants’ qualifications despite concerns that many graduates may be lying on their CVs, according to The Telegraph.
Research shows that most qualification fraud goes undetected because of a lack of proper checks.read more
Woman Caught Selling Toys On Ebay
This story from across The Pond, where a Long Island woman was arrested after she was found trying to sell 800 stolen Lego play sets online.
Police said that Gloria Haas, 53, was in possession of around $59,000 (£35,000) worth of the toys, according to the Latin Post.read more
Welcome To Our All-New Website
A warm welcome to you all – new users and returning visitors – and we hope you like the recently revamped CRS website. By redesigning the site we hope to bring clarity to the world of Civil Recovery, answer any questions you might have and ensure the process for making any payments is smooth and hassle-free.read more
Crackdown On Business Crime Needed
According to Talking Retail, the Northern Ireland Independent Retail Trade Association (NIIRTA) has called for a new crackdown on shoplifting.
“[Shoplifting is] putting pressure on small independent retailers whose margins are frequently tight, ” said NIIRTA chief executive Glyn Roberts.read more
Man Banned From All Shops In N.I.
A District Judge banned a 24-year-old shoplifter from entering any shop or shopping centre in Northern Ireland, according to UTV.
Declan Kinsella, from the Waterside area of Londonderry, was told that his criminality was getting into the realm of a professional shoplifter and traders had to be protected from him.read more