Regardless of our current positions, most of those in loss prevention still have roots as representatives apprehending shoplifters. Has an assault ever happened to you? Read More
A man died Saturday following an incident at a Stop & Shop in Brooklyn, New York in what witnesses describe as an attempt to hold an accused shoplifter. Witnesses told CBS2 51-year-old Ralph Nimmons came into the store on Flatbush Avenue around 7:30 a.m. and was suspected of shoplifting. Customers said one Read More
Many have taken issue with the video’s depiction of how the loss prevention representative handled the situation, accusing him of being too rough with the juvenile. Others are defending the loss prevention representative’s actions as warranted given the circumstances. See the survey results. Read More
Editor’s Note: The following missive is a response from the National Association of Shoplifting Prevention (NASP) to the class action lawsuit filed against a number of major retailers on April 9, which asserts that the retailers participated in a racketeering scheme with Utah-based Corrective Education Company (CEC).
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As reported recently in the LPM Insider’s Breaking News, a widely circulated online video has fueled debate over whether a loss prevention associate used excessive force in an encounter with a 16-year-old girl accused of shoplifting.
According to a police report, the loss prevention representative approached two female teenagers as they attempted Read More