We know that deliberate drive off ‘no-pay’ incidents have a big impact on fuel stations, so we’ll help you prevent crime in the following ways:
we’ll visit fuel stations in Gwent
we’ll equip forecourts with deterrent signs asking, ‘Have you paid for your fuel?’
we’ll work with you to follow up deliberate ‘no-pay’ incidents and identify offenders
we’ll train fuel station employees to recognise the signs of criminal exploitation if they see it
we’ll ask you to act as our ‘eyes and ears’ to identify patterns of behaviour and exploitation
we’ll deliver the clear message that Gwent Police is working with businesses to prevent crime and convict offenders.
‘don’t forget to pay’ signs will minimise innocent drive offs
partnership work will help us to trace offenders to specific crimes, and to secure a conviction
intentional drive off ‘no-pay’ incidents in fuel stations are often connected to serious and organised crime: by working together we can identify patterns and tackle criminal exploitation in our communities
employees in fuel stations will feel confident about calling the police with their suspicions, and passing on information which will help safeguard vulnerable people.
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