Supermarkets Must Do More To Combat TheftSaturday, 15th April 2017 at 12:32pm
A story in the Burton Mail gives details of two top cops in Derbyshire saying that supermarkets must do more to deal with shoplifting.
The pair – police and crime commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa and chief constable Mick Creedon – think supermarkets could work with the police more to reduce the problem of shoplifting at a time when the force has more to deal with and fewer officers to solve crimes.
Dhindsa said: “We want to work closely with retailers to help them to protect their business. One problem we face is that, often, reports of retail crime are reported after the event, which is not the most efficient use of police resources.”
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