Tag: shoplifting laws


A New Chapter in Retail

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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?

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Shoplifting Laws and Presumption of Intent

Shoplifting Laws and Presumption of Intent

Intentional torts such as theft require a finding of intent. However, at times, a finding of intent can be difficult to prove. Generally, it requires a retailer to prove that the alleged shoplifter possessed the mental state necessary to commit theft at the time of the incident.1 Absent a reasonable determination   Read More


Turning Point Justice Expands Shoplifting Offender Compliance  with Hire of Michaela Andruzzi as Corporate Counsel

Turning Point Justice Expands Shoplifting Offender Compliance with Hire of Michaela Andruzzi as Corporate Counsel

Loss prevention cloud technology company Turning Point Justice (TPJ) is continuing its rapid growth, announcing that it has hired Michaela Andruzzi as Corporate Counsel to serve as a liaison for law enforcement and justice professionals across jurisdictions adopting TPJ solutions. A former district attorney and prosecutor with nearly 20 years   Read More