BOSS reduces losses from forecourt crime
BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, campaigns to reduce forecourt crime and keep petrol stations safe and secure environments for both customers and staff. The BOSS Payment Watch service acts as a deterrent against potential offenders and it is recovering more than £8 million per annum on behalf of retailers. BOSS Payment Watch is fully GDPR compliant and readily available to Britain’s fuel retailers. It is sensitive to retail customers who genuinely make mistakes but firm enough to deal with persistent offenders.
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Forecourt crime costs each forecourt retailer approximately £3,600 per annum per site
BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, campaigns to make petrol stations safe and secure environments by working with retailers and the police to tackle forecourt crime including bilking, Drive-Off and No Means of Payment incidents.
BOSS research shows that, on average, forecourt crime costs each forecourt retailer approximately £3,600 per annum per site.
The police spend considerable time recording and dealing with forecourt crime incidents. BOSS estimates police forces commit more than 800,000 resource hours per annum in dealing with retail fuel theft incidents.