Crime Prevention advice for empty commercial premises

28/04/2020

The Metropolitan police have released a document to communicate advice for the prevention of crime to empty premises during the isolation period.

The Coronavirus has necessitated businesses close across the UK leaving many empty buildings: this will likely be the first time your building is going to be empty for an extended period of time. There is a concern that your property could be at risk of being targeted: this could potentially come in the form of an illegal occupation, the theft of stock or criminal damage.

As a rule, it is important that you focus on the risks to your premises and regularly review your security. Work in partnership online to reduce the risk by sharing information with your local business community, crime reduction partnership and local police.

To read the full document click here.

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