The latest edition of Convenience Store magazine carries a call to action for retailers to be more proactive in reporting store crime.
The recent edition, dated June 24th - July 7th, carries the Zero Tolerance article and draws upon the Association of Convenience Stores and MP Mike Weatherley who is Head of the All Party Parlimentary Group on Retail and Business Crime.
A digital edition of the magazine can be found here and the article appears on page 15.
The Zero Tolerance anti-crime campaign, is a multi award-winning initiative with one objective, ensuring that retailers interests and profits are always protected.
The neighbourhood sector is quite possibly the most dynamic division within the grocery market and certainly one which falls foul of an increasingly high level of crime. Convenience Store magazine keeps its readership up-to-date on key acquisitions, mergers and appointments, together with changes to the wholesale and cash and carry marketplace. Every issue of Convenience Store contains business news, in-depth industry analysis and topical features which tackle the issues that convenience store owners face.
Loomis UK are not only committed to driving down crime and risk in retail through its day-to-day operation but, are pro-actively working with and supporting initiatives such as Zero Tolerance to stamp out retail crime for good.