NaVCIS introduce new Freight Incident reporting form
The National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NaVCIS) are seeking support from Freight Forwarders to enlarge their Freight Crime Database before the end of 2017.
NaVCIS receives a lot of support from Industry Partnership working, especially from Cargo Surveyors and Logistic companies, who inform them about incidents in the UK and EU and are working in partnership with The BSI Group, who are assisting them with data analysis, and producing quarterly reports for NaVCIS. (The Q2 Report will be due out very soon!)
A new Freight Crime Incident Report has been produced where you can inform NaVCIS about the incidents that are happening every day, but currently don’t get information on, from UK Law Enforcement, whilst, also liaising with all UK Police Forces to try and increase their data collection volume by the end of 2017.
Only ‘sanitised’ data is shared with BSI / TAPA EMEA, and NaVCIS never name manufacturers, products, hauliers or carriers, outside secure Law Enforcement contacts.