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Organized retail crime involves two or more persons obtaining retail merchandise through theft and fraud as part of an unlawful enterprise.
Big or small, a retailer has a range of technology options to improve security and loss prevention—but none of those should be used in a silo.
"We proved-out that the technology works phenomenally well. The technology is great." This effusive praise by an LP executive who oversaw a several-store test...
Over the years, LP Magazine has interviewed a number of executives in the casual and quick-service restaurant industry as well as published contributed articles...
The first forensic science-based loss prevention system in New York state was installed at luxury Swiss watch manufacturer, Richard Mille. It is the fourth...
According to research, workers whose education includes scenario-based instruction score better on retention exams, have a more positive attitude toward training material, and think arguments used in training are more persuasive.
The crime of shoplifting is as old as shopping itself. The first documented cases of shoplifting took place in 16th-century London and involved groups of men called “lifters” (early organized retail crime?).
The odds are stacked heavily against any organization that does not take necessary premises security procedures to protect their employees, customers, and others.
As long as a retailer’s doors are open for business, there is risk of of a store robbery. If this is the case, how are we to be proactive in armed robbery prevention?
Blue Line Technology has designed, developed, patented, and successfully brought to market a facial recognition and artificial intelligence software product called First Line that provides a non-intrusive, real-time identification verification.