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Business Impact Statement

All businesses or enterprises (such as charities) are entitled to make a Business Impact Statement (BIS) if they have been a victim of crime.

This allows you to detail how the crime has affected your business. It can include any financial impact (assets stolen or damaged), indirect financial impact (loss of custom) and non-financial impact (reputational damage or physical injuries sustained by staff or customers.)

You can make a BIS and a VPS (Victim Personal Statement).