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When considering the impact of a commercial burglary, it’s tempting to focus solely on the items stolen.

The true cost of this type of crime is far-reaching and includes property damage and repair, loss of trade, customer dissatisfaction, staff time in dealing with the issue, and colleague time in labour or call out. Then there are the non-monetary issues to consider, such as reputational damage and employee confidence, perhaps feeling unsafe when carrying out their duties.

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