Tag: loss prevention personnel
An analysis of biometric data from FaceFirst recently revealed that repeat shoplifters are more organized and aggressive than previously known, striking the same retailer multiple times across several locations.
In a shoplifting recidivism study of biometric data spanning a six-month period, FaceFirst found that 60 percent of known shoplifters were detected Read More
The Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office has released the cause of death for an Oklahoma City grocery store manager who died following an altercation with a shoplifting suspect. An autopsy shows that 36-year-old Lester Barry died of acute cardiac arrhythmia due to hypertensive and atherosclerotic heart disease. The report also says Read More
Various factors, including tight budgets, increases in serious crime, and shrinking availability of patrols have affected police procedures and shoplifting penalties. Read More
For years, there have been those who have questioned whether retail loss prevention and law enforcement can effectively work in partnership with one another. Professionals working in loss prevention have often felt that law enforcement was unconcerned about helping them with their business. Read More