Campbell Marsh operates a proactive and responsive press office service for BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, an independent, not-for-profit trade association that campaigns to reduce crime on Britain’s service station forecourts. We work in partnership with the police, fuel retailers and a range of other key crime-fighting agencies.
In addition to preparing and distributing news milestone announcements our press office team regularly ghost write opinion think-piece articles for trade publications.
BOSS is also in demand from national broadcast and print media and we manage and prioritize enquires to ensure that key correspondents fully understand the issues associated with crime and safety on UK fuel retail forecourts.Visit BOSS website »
BOSS was formed in 1991 by the oil industry with the help and support of the Home Office Crime Reduction Centre and the Association of Chief Police Officers. Today BOSS delivers nationwide Forecourt Watch and Payment Watch schemes, making fuel service stations safer places for retail staff and customers.
Our strategic approach ensures that news and information is released in a controlled manner and that awareness and understanding generates support and engagement to protect the reputation of BOSS members and supports business objectives to reduce losses and improve safety.