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That this House deplores the number of cash and valuables in transit (CVIT) attacks on security industry staff over the past two years; is concerned about the increased use of violent weapons such as guns and knives in such attacks; notes that in 2004 a member of the public was tragically killed and a number of staff were shot and stabbed; commends the bravery of the crews who deliver the cash; recognises that the provision of cash is an essential service to consumers and business alike; welcomes the joint initiatives pursued by Group 4 Securicor, GMB union, BSIA and police forces in order to prevent attacks and protect employees and the general public; calls on the Government to recognise CVIT attacks as a human rather than purely a business crime and to tackle this problem urgently as part of its wider organised crime agenda.
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