Am I sure that he is attempting to steal this merchandise? “Yes, I am sure.” Read More
Tag: retail theft statistics
By Jack Trlica
The 2017 National Retail Security Survey (NRSS) input form is now available for retailers to provide shrinkage and other loss prevention benchmarking data. Dr. Richard Hollinger, professor emeritus at the University of Florida and consultant to the National Retail Federation (NRF) who sponsors the survey, said, “I strongly encourage all Read More
Does Concealment = Shoplifting?
In most states, intent is the driving factor in determining whether to charge a shoplifter.
It is a common misbelief among shoplifters that an individual must exit the store with unpurchased merchandise before being civilly liable for statutory civil damages.It is also a common misbelief among those shoplifters Read More
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There are many different ways that retail theft statistics can be applied in order to show how the many different ways that shoplifting, employee theft, and other forms of retail loss can impact a retail enterprise. But how are retail theft statistics really used, and what numbers are truly most Read More
Have you ever wondered what a shoplifter is truly thinking?
According to the latest retail theft statistics, the 2015 National Retail Security Survey reported shoplifting accounted for nearly 38 percent of the reported shrink last year — by far the greatest contributing factor to retail loss in the survey.
But shoplifting is Read More
By LPM Admin
Losses from retail theft have presented a major challenge for Portland, Oregon retailers in recent weeks. After receiving a tip from an informant that a North Portland convenience store was serving as a front for criminal operations, the Fred Meyer loss prevention team, in conjunction with the Northwest Organized Retail Read More