Tag: prop 47


Retail Crime in Los Angeles

Retail Crime in Los Angeles

“Crime is up.” “How should I protect my employees and customers from increasing violence?” “More and more shoplifting incidents escalate into physical assaults.”

Comments or questions of this nature have certainly increased in frequency within the retail environment in the past two years or so. Is it just retail though? Certainly   Read More


LISTEN: Industry Experts Discuss California’s Proposition 47

LISTEN: Industry Experts Discuss California’s Proposition 47

California’s Proposition 47 was a controversial ballot measure that downgraded drug and theft crimes from felonies to misdemeanors with the intent of keeping nonviolent offenders out of the state’s overcrowded prison systems. Fewer people in prison, the thinking went, meant a cost savings that could be redirected towards state services   Read More


ORC Survey and Security Lawsuit

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Shoplifting Concerns in California

Shoplifting Concerns in California

Shoplifting reports in California have increased in recent months. Retailers and law enforcement officials alike are wondering: Is Proposition 47 to blame?

The ballot measure, which was approved by California voters in November 2014, reduced the penalty for shoplifting merchandise valued at less than $950 from a felony to a misdemeanor.   Read More