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Unreported Crime

Female staff member in critical condition following robbery

08 Nov 2017 | By Gaelle Walker

A female sales assistant has been left in a critical condition following a shocking incident of in-store violence.

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TRA calls for government action on illicit tobacco

19 Oct 2017 | By Robin Mannering

The Tobacco Retailer’s Alliance has called on the government to introduce a limit on the amount of tobacco that can be brought back into the UK after Brexit, as part of a series of recommendations aimed at tackling illicit tobacco.


JTI removes 30th gantry following illicit tobacco seizures

11 Oct 2017 | By Robin Mannering

JTI has removed its 30th gantry following three seizures of illicit tobacco at a Slough-based store.

Unreported Crime

Police force failing to record thousands of crimes

07 Sep 2017 | By Ieuan Hughes

One of Britain’s largest police forces is failing to record thousands of alleged offences, including those affecting covenience store retailers.

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New Parliamentary Group targets illicit tobacco trade

30 Aug 2017 | By Robin Mannering

A group of MPs and Peers have formed a new All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) aimed at tackling the illicit tobacco trade.

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Scottish campaign delivers alcohol proxy purchase arrest

01 Aug 2017 | By Andrew Don

A middle-aged man has been apprehended in central Scotland for allegedly making a proxy alcohol purchase

C-store’s satisfied with local policing

Shoplifting incidents up 10% as police numbers fall

20 Jul 2017 | By Robin Mannering

The number of recorded shoplifting incidents increased by 10% in the year to March 2017, new figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal.

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Retailer hails police and staff's response to knife threat

12 Jun 2017 | By Andrew Don

Leamington Spa One Stop franchisee Sunder Sandher has hailed Warwickshire Police for its “fantastic” response when staff were allegedly threatened at knifepoint.


Incidents of shoplifting up 8%, according to ONS figures

27 Apr 2017 | By Simon Banks

The number of recorded shoplifting incidents in England and Wales has jumped by 8%, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Gang jailed for blowing up ATMs across UK

24 Apr 2017 | By Robin Mannering

Seven men have been handed jail sentences for blowing up ATMs at stores across the UK and stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds.


Thousands of c-store staff abused daily for requesting ID

29 Mar 2017 | By Robin Mannering

New research suggests that almost 6,000 convenience store workers experience verbal or physical abuse on a daily basis as a result of asking customers for ID to purchase age-restricted products.

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Crimestoppers and ACS renew partnership

17 Mar 2017 Updated: 17 Mar 2017 | By Andrew Don

Crimestoppers has renewed its seven-year partnership with the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS) in a bid to confront the estimated £232m annual cost of offences to the sector.


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All systems go

15 Nov 2017 | By Linda Williams

Premier retailers Linda and Dennis prepare their store for Christmas and a new Aldi in Edinburgh.

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Britvic webinar

Understanding the soft drinks levy

30 Jun 2017

What is the soft drinks industry levy or so-called “sugar tax”, and what does it mean for your business?


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Manage food safety compliance, cut costs and generate revenue

18 Sep 2017

An insightful resource that will help HR or Learning & Development departments in establishing training programmes to fully realise the maximum potential of their staff in a cost and time effective way