Calls for views to help cut business crime in Hampshire

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HAMPSHIRE’S police and crime commissioner has launched an online survey to help tackle business crime.

Simon Hayes has set up the survey to engage with local business communities and help shape his business crime strategy.

It is being run with the Federation of Small Businesses, Southampton Businesses Against Crime and the county’s Chamber of Commerce.

The survey aims to establish what types of crime have been committed against businesses, the impact this had on them, whether they were reported and whether any police response influenced how they would react in the future. It also seeks to establish what the Commissioner can do to improve the ways in which crime against businesses could be reduced.

To take part in the survey visit

The deadline is noon on October 17.