A new programme to rehabilitate prolific criminals is aiming to reduce shop theft and regain retailer confidence in the criminal justice system.
The Second Chance Programme, unveiled last week by think tank the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) and the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS), concentrates on tackling drug abuse as the root problem of retail crime.
During the Westminster…
Only subscribers have unlimited access to RN articles
This article is from RN. Join betterRetailing.com to continue reading this story: