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Staff Reporter 2/10/2014 | |
A Private Sector Survey has found, theft by staff and lack of confidence in law enforcement agencies, as among factors affecting business houses in P-N-G today.

The Report was conducted by Institute of National Affairs and the Consultative Implementation and Monitoring Council, in 2012.

Presenting a preview into the survey findings, I-N-A Executive Director, Paul Barker says, theft by staff was the frequent crime businesses experienced at 27 per cent, followed by break-ins, theft without violence, vandalism and theft of vehicles, but assault of staff was reported as entailing 15 percent of incidents and kidnapping at 2 percent.

The Report also stated that 56 percent of businesses indicated that they lack confidence in the police, customs and related law enforcement agencies, while only 68 percent report incidences to police as it happens to them.

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