Ask your Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates to tackle retail crime

Retail Crime is a blight on our high streets which has a severe cost not only on the retailers who are subject to it, but also shop workers who are all too often on the frontline of this crisis.

Police and Crime Commissioners, or Mayors with control over policing in their area, can make a difference in tackling this important issue by ensuring that retail crime and protecting shopworkers is included in their local Police and Crime plan.

With Police and Crime Commissioner and Mayoral elections taking place in just a few weeks time, will you write to both your Labour and Conservative local candidates and ask if they will be taking action to tackle retail crime?

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To write to your Police and Crime Commissioner or Mayoral candidates about this issue, add your name and email to this form and press send. We have provided a template response which you can edit if you wish.

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    Dear Name,

  • Yours sincerely,