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The newly appointed police and crime commissioners (PCCs) for North Wales and Gwent are keen to have a meeting with local members over coming months regarding the impact of crime in retail businesses.

In the first instance, Andy Dunbobbin and Jeff Cuthbert’s team are compiling a database of incidents of retail crime, including details of thefts, abuse  and personal attacks.

If you have been a victim in the past 12 months, the  PCCs wish to hear from you.  Wales membership services manager Gwen Patterson will co-orinated members’ responses.  Forward details of the crime, the police response and the impact on you to gwen.patterson@nfrn.org.uk or phone 07786 011098.

National President Stuart Reddish wrote to all newly appointed and re-elected PCCs asking them to ensure that retail crime was included in their five year business plans.

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