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Business crime survey is launched.

SCOTTISH firms are being urged to answer a survey which aims to illustrate the true rate of business crime in Scotland.

It's hoped the survey will help the Scottish Government, police, fire and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) to gather vital intelligence and utilise their resources more effectively.

It has been launched by the SBRC - formerly The Scottish Business Crime Centre - a public body which aims to drive and support "economic wellbeing". Sean Davidson, business analyst for the SBRC, who is leading the project, fears many low-level crimes go unreported by businesses because doing so would cost them time and money.

He said: "This survey will provide a massive boost in the fight against business crime."

The online questionnaire is anonymous and can be found at
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 10, 2013
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