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Retail crime is the biggest challenge facing the independent retail sector today. Ranging from shop theft through to the physical and verbal abuse of staff, the problems faced are having an enormous impact on the independent retail sector and are getting worse. 

The NFRN have been meeting with Police and Crime Commissioners across the UK over the last few weeks, to discuss involving retail crime in their future police crime plans.  

By completing the survey below, you are providing us with valuable feedback on retail crime and how it affects you and your business. 

To complete the survey, please follow this link.

The NFRN believes no one should be the victim of violence or theft in their workplace. Independent retailers are a vital foundation of our community, especially during the coronavirus pandemic where shopkeepers have gone above and beyond to aid their local areas. 

 

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