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  •   Home > News > Business

    Dairy owners say six million dollars to stop ram raids is too little too late

    Dairy owners say six million dollars to stop ram raids is too little too late


    The funding, announced by Police Minister Poto Williams, will come out of the Proceeds of Crime Fund to help vulnerable businesses bolster their protection.

    It will help pay for bollards and other security measures to prevent offenders breaking into and robbing stores.

    Sunny Kaushal from the Dairy Owners' Association says they need at least 13 million just for fog cannons.

    He says then on top of that you need the bollards, CCTV cameras, more Police and artificial intelligence.

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