Tag: shoplifting law


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 shoplifting is   Read More


People Who Steal: Revealing Quotes from Offender Interviews

People Who Steal: Revealing Quotes from Offender Interviews

The Loss Prevention Research Council conducts more than 100 in-person interviews with active shoplifters each year. Much of what they say pertains to whether they see/get/fear a particular theft deterrent. Other comments and musings reveal unexpected thought patterns and rationales put forth by people who steal.

What follows are direct quotes   Read More


Shoplifting in Fitting Rooms

Shoplifting in Fitting Rooms

Any loss prevention professional who has worked is a store that sells apparel is probably familiar with customers shoplifting in fitting rooms. But how much do you know about changing shoplifting laws, current practices to control it, public opinion, and future technologies when it comes to fitting rooms?

Records are not   Read More