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Creating An Anti Theft Environment
Western Port Area Consultative Council, South East Development and the Victoria Police Crime Unit have combined to present two free and informative sessions about how to prevent robbery and shop lifting.
By Bass Coast Shire Council - 20th November 2001 - Back to News
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Western Port Area Consultative Council, South East Development and the Victoria Police Crime Unit have combined to present two free and informative sessions about how to prevent robbery and shop lifting. The sessions will be held in Inverloch on Monday 26 November at 1pm and 5.45pm.
"With the approach of summer and the expected influx of people to Bass Coast it would be naive to think that the less scrupulous in society do not also take working holidays," said Daryl Warren, Tourism Co ordinator with Council.
"The best form of defence is preparedness, said Daryl. "Local businesses certainly do not need the added pressure of stock loss and the threat of robbery at what is traditionally a busy and profitable time of the year."
Business operators and their staff are encouraged to attend one of the two free sessions at the Inverloch Community Centre on Monday the 26 November at either 1pm or 5.45pm. Each session runs for an hour and a half finger foods and drinks served on arrival.
It is essential that operators make a booking for the sessions by phoning Lynnette Saloumi, Small Business Assistance Officer, on 9793 6466 by the 23 of November.
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