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Security Help & Advice


Thieves are looking for the highest value from the most easily disposable items, or something that is in great demand.

Gold and silver jewellery, alone with expensive desirable brand watches fit the bill perfectly. That’s why Jewellers need to be on their guard.

The Association is a founding partner in the establishment of the Safergems scheme.

SaferGems is a major initiative against crime in the Jewellery, Antiques and Fine Art Trades.

The SaferGems team, which has links to all the UK police forces:

  • Co-ordinates data from the trade on incidents and suspicious events
  • Sends alerts to members of the NAJ and those insured via T H March
  • Co-ordinates data across police forces to improve identification and conviction of criminals.

For further details on what Safergems does, please visit the website at

Jewellers Personal Safety

Metropolitan Police Service - Crime prevention advice is given free without the intention of creating a contract. Neither the Home Office, the Metropolitan Police Service nor T. H. March & Co. Ltd. take any legal responsibility for the advice given.

  Jewellers Personal Safety



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