ISME: Small firms losing faith in justice system

ISME: Small firms losing faith in justice system

A study by ISME has found that Irish businesses have lost faith in the justice system.

The report released today shows more than a third of all businesses have been the victims of crime in the last year.

ISME says 20% of crimes against businesses are left unreported, as most have no faith in the justice system.

They say a much tougher stance should be taken on crime to deter it in the future.

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