Tag: restorative justice
The stakes for retailers are immense. Because most misdemeanor crime is petty larceny, they are the principal victims when states raise felony thresholds to reduce incarceration. [Sponsored] Read More
Enough is Enough: Consecutive RILA Conference Sessions Aim to Put Shoplifting Prevention Back on Track
“”One of the goals is to get people with competing interests together and ask them: ‘What would be palatable to you?’ ‘What are the things you need?'” Read More
Where Do We Go from Here? In the Wake of a Legal Setback, One Pre-Charge Program Points the Way Forward
What should the retail industry and loss prevention pros make of a San Francisco court finding that Corrective Education Company’s (“CEC”) pre-charge “restorative justice” program is improperly coercive and amounts to blackmail? Read More
Shoplifting in Fitting Rooms
Will shoplifting in fitting rooms continue to be a problem given new technologies and laws?
By Bill Turner, LPC
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 Read More
Arlington Police Department and Corrective Education Company Receive 3 International Awards for Retail Restorative Justice Initiative
Corrective Education Company (CEC) was in attendance Wednesday October 24th to receive an award for its retail Restorative Justice initiative along with the Arlington, Texas Police Department (APD).
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the Arlington Police Department, represented by: Chief Will Read More
Many characteristics comprise a retailer—products, price, customer service, store design, and more. Nothing, however, has a more profound impact on potential customers than how they feel about a retailer. Read More
By Jack Trlica
In a lawsuit filed in 2015 against Corrective Education Company (CEC), Judge Harold Kahn of the Superior Court of California granted summary judgment against CEC’s restorative justice diversion program, calling it “unlawful because that program violates California’s extortion and false imprisonment laws.”
In his ruling filed August 14, Judge Kahn wrote, Read More
Adopted by major national retailers in more than 2,000 stores, the Crime Accountability (C.A.) Partnership Program for shoplifting has reportedly reduced calls to law enforcement by 40 to 60 percent. Visit Booth #322 to learn more. Read More
USS recently announced that well-known loss prevention industry leader Jeff Powers will be an advisor to USS’ executive leadership team as they strive to bring innovative solutions and technology offerings to the forefront.
Powers, who has more than 33 years of experience in the retail security business sector, fifteen of which Read More