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Kochman believes that working together, speaking with a collective voice, and merging industry resources will reduce overall retail theft.
To what degree, if at all, has the industry’s trajectory been substantively altered—even as the end to the pandemic is finally in sight?
Achieving the needed consistency in the criminal justice response and policy on shoplifters will be an arduous, politically charged process.
Day 2 features presentations from a world-class mountaineer, a panel of ORC experts, and an FBI agent focused on retail crimes.
A grant from Detex in support of offender education has allowed NASP to provide education to many of the most vulnerable offenders.
Several experts on organized retail crime discuss how criminals will likely respond as retail stores reopen after nearly two months of store closures.
As the old cliché goes, there’s not a finish line, and for me it’s really about constantly trying to build on the success you’ve had and learning from the mistakes you’ve made. Believe me, you will make mistakes, but recognize you won’t make any if you don’t try.
LPM recently sat down with the NASP leadership team and members of their advisory committee to understand the current climate in the US around shoplifting, the impact of criminal justice reform, and the resulting need for a paradigm shift in our collective response as an industry.
This term the Tennessee Supreme Court will decide whether the state of Tennessee can use its burglary statute to prosecute serial shoplifters who have...
“When it Comes to Misdemeanor Shoplifting, It’s Time to Circle the Wagons” was the theme at what one attendee termed “one of the best...