Employee Theft Brierley Hill

Employee Theft Brierley Hill

We at Private Investigator Brierley Hill understand the consequences that employee theft has on your business. Employee theft for one of our customers in Brierley Hill cost them over £25,000.

We feel our experience of fighting employee theft in Brierley Hill, Quarry Bank, Stourbridge, Kingswinford and Dudley, makes us ideally placed to help local businesses. Please phone our Brierley Hill number, 01384 510010, or email us at employeetheft@private-investigator-brierley-hill.co.uk.

Our employee theft services covers Brierley Hill and Quarry Bank, Stourbridge, Kingswinford, and Dudley.

There are many ways in which an employee can steal. Examples of cases we have dealt with are:

  • Fuel theft from a haulage firm in Quarry Bank.
  • Theft of local customers in Stourbridge from a security business in Brierley Hill.
  • Customer database theft from a recruitment company in Kingswinford.
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  • Brierley Hill

    2 miles north of Stourbridge and south of central Dudley by approximately 2.5 miles, Brierley Hill is a West Midlands electoral ward and town of the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley in England. In Staffordshire was Brierley Hill. With the aim of creating a town centre for the borough, Brierley Hill since 2008, including the Shopping Centre of Merry Hill and Waterfront Business Park that is nearby, as the Dudley Borough's Strategic Town Centre has been designated. In the West Midlands in England, Brierley Hill is part of the Dudley Metropolitan Borough. Immediately east of Brierley Hill is Merry Hill Shopping Centre. Although none of the members were from Brierley Hill, on Bank Street in the town centre, Brierley Hill Civic Hall hosted several of Slade's first gigs during the early 1970s.

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    With roads providing connections to neighbouring locations, Brierley Hill is between Stourbridge and Dudley. From Merry Hill and Brierley Hill, buses provide links to Halesowen, Dudley, Walsall, Stourbridge, Wolverhampton, and West Bromwich, among others. The metro will route with suggested option, though there is some speculation as to where in Brierley Hill. In accordance with the Dudley borough and the majority of schools in other areas, Brierley Hill runs a system of 5-7 infant, 7-11 junior and 11-16 secondary schools. In Brierley Hill, West Midlands, England, a primary school is Thorns Primary School. Meaning the Briar Rose's growing place; 'leah', meaning a clearing of woodland; and 'hill', the name Brierley Hill derives from Old English words 'brer'. A product of the Industrial Revolution, with the first written records of the town dating back to the 17th century, Brierley Hill has a recent history.

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    By the beginning of the 19th century, Brierley Hill had become industrialized with quarries, collieries, glass works, and iron works emerging. With the closure of Round Oak Steelworks in December 1982 resulting in a further 1,300 redundancies, the decline in manufacturing resulted in an unemployment rate of 25% in Brierley Hill by the early 1980s. Brierley Hill had been an urban sanitary authority, it, part of Staffordshire, became an urban district in 1894 under the Local Government Act. On the corner of Bank Street, next to the Civic Hall, West Midlands Police have their main Dudley station in Brierley Hill. St. Michael's Chapel, which was constructed in 1765 by public subscription, was the religious building in Brierley Hill. Recipient of the Victoria Cross for service during Zulu War, Anthony Clarke Booth VC (1846 - 1899) died in Brierley Hill.

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