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Police ‘need to do more’ to tackle bogus collections

Door-to-door clothes collector Clothes Aid has called for policing minister Nick Herbert to do more


Clothes Aid has called for policing minister Nick Herbert to do more to tackle fraudulent clothes co
Clothes Aid business manager Michael Lomotey told letsrecycle.com that while some police forces are working hard to tackle the problem, others are not and it falls to Mr Herbert to help resolve it.

Clothes Aid has called for policing minister Nick Herbert to do more to tackle fraudulent clothes collections

Clothes Aid has called for policing minister Nick Herbert to do more to tackle fraudulent clothes collections

The comments came as textile recycling and charity associations launched ‘Bogus Bags’ a campaign to raise public awareness of the increasing problem of bogus door-to-door charity collections.

Bogus Bags was launched by the Textile Recycling Association (TRA), the Charity Retail Association (CRA), the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) and the Institute of Fundraising (IoF).


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