Riverina businesses are encouraged to participate in an initiative to help police respond better and quicker during any after-hour incidents.
The BizKeys initiative is a police database used to record contact, security and hazard details of businesses.
It is used to help police to respond to incidents, whether this be a break and enter, malicious damage or alarm activation.
Any information provided will be securely stored.
During one weekend in January this year, there were nine break-ins targeting Wagga homes and businesses, including Dan Murphy, a petrol station and Casshies.
To sign up to BizKeys, businesses may contact crime-prevention officer Senior Constable Jana Schiller: email@example.com.
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