Tag: juvenile shoplifting


NASP Supports Retailers Offering Shoplifter Education as a Voluntary Alternative to Entry into the Criminal Justice System for First-time, Low-level Offenders

NASP Supports Retailers Offering Shoplifter Education as a Voluntary Alternative to Entry into the Criminal Justice System for First-time, Low-level Offenders

Recent events in California present an opportunity to examine the concept of private industry working with the public sector to find and deliver better responses to crime in our nation, in this case, low-level and juvenile shoplifting. (See “California Court Issues Ruling against CEC Diversion Program,” published on August 16.)   Read More


Juvenile Shoplifting Consequences: According to the Research

Juvenile Shoplifting Consequences: According to the Research

While society often imagines the shoplifter as someone stealing food or toiletries out of necessity to survive, often this is not the case. In fact, one study notes that socio-economic status is not an accurate predictor for potential shoplifting.[1] Many habitual shoplifters report stealing almost twice a week, and many   Read More


The Daily Pulse of Loss Prevention

This magazine launched a comprehensive new digital technology platform last year that offers our digital subscribers a wide array of compelling daily content. Our “Breaking News” content highlights the stories and critical events that affect the industry on a daily basis, sorting through the mountain of available news to bring   Read More