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  1. Thank you again. I have looked at the pages you mentioned, and I think in most cases the police were involved afterwards where the person wasn't caught at the store. I'm thinking since she was and was told that there won't be any police involvement she can probably relax about this. Very true about the GP, will talk to her about this.
  2. Thank you, that's very good advice! Will talk to her about the GP, but wanted to put her mind at rest about this first.
  3. Thank you very much for your prompt response! My friend couldn't post herself as her English isn't very good, but trust me, I did tell her off for being so silly. She struggles with mental health issues and impulsivity, and I'm sure the amount of stress caused by this incident will deter her from any further criminal activity. Thank you for confirming what I have already been thinking. Just seemed illogical to me that they would involve the police later on, rather than dealing with the matter there and then. It's a tall ask, but is there any chance you remember from the ca
  4. I am writing on behalf of a friend who was recently caught shoplifting in Waitrose. It wasn't a significant amount, around £35 worth of various items. She went through the standard procedure of being stopped by a security guard, the goods were returned and no police were involved. She was also issued a ban from Waitrose/John Lewis. I have read the advice on here about what to do with regards to the RLP letters, the first of which she already received, however my question is about further police involvement. My friend is currently on a residence permit and is terrified t
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