新西兰警方和政府部门对小型零售商的支持

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警方一直认真对待所有的零售犯罪。我们意识到零售犯罪对商家和员工的影响,并与行业各方合作,通过我们的应对和预防工作来减少零售犯罪。

我们通过重大的调查行动对这些事件做出反应,以确定责任人并防止再次犯罪。

警方在零售犯罪领域的工作和支持包括:

– 全国零售调查支持单位
– 各种专门针对零售犯罪的行动
– 零售犯罪预防计划,为遭受严重抢劫或冲撞袭击的零售商提供支持。

此外,新西兰商业创新与就业部一直致力于通过雾化装置补贴计划为小型零售商提供帮助。您不需要成为冲撞袭击或严重抢劫的受害者即可申请,但零售商必须符合小型企业的条件。更多信息可在MBIE的网站上找到:https://www.business.govt.nz/risks-and-operations/health-and-safety/fog-cannon-subsidy/。

政府已经拨款1500万新西兰元用于警方管理的零售犯罪预防计划。该计划旨在为经历严重抢劫/冲撞袭击的零售商提供防护装备和额外的预防建议,以降低社区的伤害风险,并支持零售商及其员工的健康与安全。

零售犯罪预防计划最初仅适用于从2021年11月开始遭受冲撞袭击式入室盗窃的零售商。2023年1月,该计划扩大到从2021年11月开始受到严重抢劫袭击的零售商。

截至6月22日,共有2680个冲撞袭击和严重抢劫的店铺获批安装安全措施,并分配给承包商。其中,1846个安全措施已经完成并由承包商开具发票。其中包括412个雾化装置,330个安全警报器,376个报警器,354个闭路电视系统或系统升级,110个防撞柱或类似的安全措施,168个卷帘门,以及96个其他安全措施,包括改善照明/加固窗户。

截至6月22日,共有351家之前遭受冲撞袭击的店铺已获批准安装或已完成安装。其中,249家店铺已完成安装并退出了该计划。

共有275家之前遭受严重抢劫的店铺已获批准安装或已完成安装。其中,187家店铺已完成安装并退出了该计划。

警方将继续通过对当前事件和过去冲撞袭击式入室盗窃的数据分析,确保识别出符合条件的零售商,即小型企业。但如果您是冲撞袭击或严重抢劫的目标,您可以使用警方网站上的以下联系表格向我们发送您的详细信息:https://www.police.govt.nz/advice-services/businesses-and-organisations/retail-crime-prevention-hub/victims-ram-raids-aggravated-robbery

如果您是零售商,警方的零售犯罪中心提供了一些零售犯罪预防资源,您可能会发现这些资源很有用:https://www.police.govt.nz/advice-services/businesses-and-organisations/retail-crime-prevention-hub/prevention-resources。该页面提供了来自不同来源的各种语言的教育视频和手册,内容涵盖如何保持安全以及如果成为目标时应该怎么做。

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Police continues to take all retail crime seriously. We recognise the impact of retail crime on business owners and staff and continue to work with partners across the industry to reduce retail crime through our response and prevention work.

We respond to these incidents at a district and national level with significant investigative action to identify those responsible and prevent reoffending. Police’s work and support in the retail crime space includes:

○ The National Retail Investigation Support Unit,

○ Various dedicated operations targeting retail crime,

○ The Retail Crime Prevention Programme support for retailers who have been the victims of an aggravated robbery or ram raid.

In addition, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment have been working to provide small retailers with assistance through the Fog Cannon Subsidy Scheme. You don’t need to have been a victim of a ram raid or aggravated robbery to apply, but retailers must meet the small business criteria.

Further information can be found on MBIE’s website https://www.business.govt.nz/risks-and-operations/health-and-safety/fog-cannon-subsidy/.

The Government has allocated $15 million for the Retail Crime Prevention Programme, managed by Police. This Programme is intended to deliver protective equipment, and additional prevention advice for retailers who have experienced an aggravated robbery/ ram raid, to reduce the risk of harm for the community, as well as support the health and safety of retailers and their staff. The Retail Crime Prevention Programme initially included retailers who had experienced a ram raid style burglary from November 2021 onwards.

The Programme was expanded to include retailers targeted by aggravated robbery since November 2021 onwards, in January 2023. As at 22 June, a total of 2,680 security interventions have been approved for eligible ram raid and aggravated robbery stores and allocated to contractors. Of these 2,680 interventions, a total of 1,846 security interventions have been completed and invoiced by contractors. That includes 412 fog cannons, 330 security sirens, 376 alarms, 354 CCTV systems or system upgrades, 110 bollards or similar security measures, 168 roller doors, and 96 other interventions that include improved lighting/strengthened windows.

As at 22 June, a total of 351 previously ram raided stores have had installations approved/ installations commissioned. Of these, 249 stores have now had installations completed and have thus exited the programme. A total of 275 stores previously a victim of an aggravated robbery have had installations approved/commissioned. Of these, 187 stores have now had installations completed and have thus exited the programme.

Police continue to identify eligible retailers through data analysis of current occurrences and past ram raid style burglary and making sure they are a small business. However if you have been a target of a ram raid or aggravated robbery, you can use the following contact form on the Police website to send us your details: https://www.police.govt.nz/advice-services/businesses-and-organisations/retail-crime-prevention-hub/victims-ram-raids-aggravated-robbery

If you’re a retailer, Police’s Retail Crime Hub has retail crime prevention resources which you may find useful https://www.police.govt.nz/advice-services/businesses-and-organisations/retail-crime-prevention-hub/prevention-resources.

The page provides some educational videos and booklets from various sources in a variety of languages on how to stay safe and what to do if you have been targeted. Ngā mihi

来源:新西兰警方

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