COPS wants to change the way motorists buy fuel for a rise in the number of fuel thefts, it said.
Police bosses say that gasoline companies should oust motorists at the pump instead of encouraging them to come to supply stores.
The number of indefinite persons known as "billings" rose to around 25,000 a year. Some forces rose by up to 40 percent last year.
Simon Cole, the head of the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) in the field of local policing, told the Telegraph: "The oil industry could go bankrupt in 30 seconds, forcing people to withdraw from the outset, like this in other countries.
"They do not do it because walking in their stores is part of their business."
Cole, Chief Constable of Leicestershire, wants officials to focus on violent crime and burglary.
Some armed forces are no longer investigating theft under 50 pounds, unless there is evidence of criminal intent or other criminal activity.
He also accused the stores that bring high-quality goods to their doors, which favors thefts, and says it could be "designed".
Mr. Cole said that retail-related crimes accounted for 12 percent of the total crime investigated by his force.
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It is known that fat-cat fuel giants are accused of having overwhelmed motorists by 2.5 million pounds a day in a rip-off of gasoline prices.
Gasoline prices reached a steady four-year high at 129.51 pence per liter.
But wholesale prices have dropped 4ppl in the last 14 days due to lower oil costs.
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