Victim contact form

Victim contact form

 

Complete this form with your contact details if your retail business has been the victim of a ram raid burglary or aggravated robbery since 1 November 2021.

Retail Crime Prevention Hub

Retail Crime Prevention Hub

Retail crime costs New Zealand retailers $1 billion each year and has a significant personal impact on those working in the industry.

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

Get advice

Call 105 or complete this Retail Crime Prevention checklist to receive an email with crime prevention advice to make your business safer for you, your staff, and your customers.

Fog Cannon Subsidy

The government has established new security funding to subsidise up to $4000 towards the installation of fog cannons for small retailers. This subsidy is being managed by MBIE not Police. More information on the scheme including an expression of interest form can be found on their website.

 

Retail Crime Prevention Hub

Retail crime costs New Zealand retailers $1 billion each year and has a significant personal impact on those working in the industry.

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

Get advice

Call 105 or complete this Retail Crime Prevention checklist to receive an email with crime prevention advice to make your business safer for you, your staff, and your customers.

Fog Cannon Subsidy

The government has established new security funding to subsidise up to $4000 towards the installation of fog cannons for small retailers. This subsidy is being managed by MBIE not Police. More information on the scheme including an expression of interest form can be found on their website.

 

Retail Crime Prevention Programme

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Information and progress update on the Retail Crime Prevention Programme ... More

Victims of ram raids and aggravated robbery

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Police have been actively identifying and contacting small retailers who have been a victim of a ram raid style burglary since 1 November 2021. ... More

National Retail Investigation Support Unit (NRISU)

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The NRISU focuses on patterns of high harm repeat offending across the country, with a particular focus on those who use violence and intimidation of staff whilst stealing from shops. ... More

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Retail Crime FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Retail Crime Prevention Programme ... More

Get support

Retail crime support

Find out what support is available in your area. ... More

Prevention Resources

Retail crime resources

Free retail crime prevention resources from Police and partners including videos, posters, advice and training ... More

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Retail NZ has a range of resources available to support retailers at the Retail Crime Hub.

There is a range of FREE resources available, from guides, advice, webinars, e-Learning, and supplier recommendations to support retailers dealing with retail crime, you don’t have to be a member to access many of these resources.