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Business Crime

Criminals are always on the lookout for buildings that appear easy to access or are poorly lit. It is never too late to review your security procedures because the safety of your staff and building is of great importance. You should also encourage your staff to identify possible security risks.

Protect your business by following our advice.

  • Business Crime Introduction - Chief Superintendent Chris Noble

    Here you can watch a short video introduction from Chief Superintendent Chris Noble, the Business Crime lead for PSNI. You will also find a downloadable copy of the 'Business Crime Action Plan' detailing the multi-agency approach to address Business Crime in Northern Ireland.

  • Protect Your Money

    The financial integrity of your business is vital. Protecting yourself from low-tech and high-tech attacks is key to preventing the theft of your money. Click 'Protect Your Money' to find out more.

  • Protect Your Premises

    Securing you premises with appropriate measures will help frustrate, deter and detect criminals. Click 'Protect Your Premises' to read our advice on how some simple security measures can make a big difference.

  • Protect Your Staff

    Your staff are key to the success of your business. By taking some simple measures you can ensure that your staff are properly trained on what to look for and what to do in the event that crime is detected. Astute staff are invaluable in the prevention of crime and a primary source of evidence to bring offenders to justice, should a crime occur. Click 'Protect Your Staff' to find out more.

  • Protect Your Stock

    Your stock may be the lifeblood of your business. In order to prevent criminals exploiting any security weaknesses, click 'Protect Your Stock' to read about how you can prevent and detect criminal efforts to disrupt your business.

  • Information Centre

    This section was created to provide you with the most up-to-date information about business crime in your area. You can find out about the latest threats in our 'Business Crime Alert Noticeboard', learn about crime mapping in the location of your premises and download all the resources we have available to educate your staff and conduct your own Business Crime self assessment to identify vulnerabilities which can then be addressed. Click 'Information Centre' to get started.