As the lockdown continues police in Staffordshire have reported an increase in the number of business break-ins,
It seems that there are burglars now targeting businesses more frequently than they did before the pandemic hit.
The government took the unprecedented step of putting the country into lockdown as of 23 March 2020, but how will this affect the security of UK businesses?
A gang of six men from Wirral who targeted houses and businesses all over the UK have now been jailed
Here are some tips on how to keep your business premises safe from intruders.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of breaking into charity shops in Shropshire.
Police in Scotland are investigating a raid on a Currys PC World shop in Dumfries, which saw the thieves escape with approximately £40,000 worth of goods.
When it comes to business security, Cyber security is a hot topic and, of course, one that you need to be aware of regardless of what sector you work in.
New research has revealed that Fridays in November are in fact when burglars are most likely to attempt break-ins.
A burglar in Rawtenstall and Crawshawbooth caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to business in a series of raids at the end of last month.
A Nisa Local store in Sale, Greater Manchester was ram-raided recently, with the suspects attempting to flee in a van with a stolen cash machine in it.
Some consumers are so desperate for an offer they would even crawl under a security shutter if it got stuck when opening. Don’t believe us? Well, read on…
Cambridge police have issued warnings to all businesses in the city centre to be on alert and check their security systems after a spate of burglaries.
Central England Co-operative stores have seen robberies fall by 30 per cent and burglaries by six per cent after rolling out new measures.
Sites in rural areas are particularly vulnerable & attractive prospects for criminals, so it’s perhaps more important to prioritise security in such places
Recent figures show that in May, footfall in high street stores declined sharply by 4.8 per cent.
According to research, as many as six out of 10 retail stores in some areas of the UK are failing to make the required checks for selling knives.
The Co-op has introduced SmartWater fog cannons, which are designed to not only deter criminals but also to help link them back to the scene of a crime.
According to recent figures from a recent study, shoplifting in the UK has risen by nearly 25 per cent since 2013.
A study has found that unforced burglary claims rose by 56.9% between March and April 2018, simply due to daylight savings.