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Utilizing Body-Worn Cameras to Respond to Retail Violence and Verbal Abuse
Concerns about retail staff being the victims of violence and verbal abuse have long dogged the industry. Body-worn cameras might be the best solution.
Are Armed Security Guards the Answer to Store Violence?
The surge in violent and aggressive behavior in retail stores may be enough for some retailers to consider deploying armed security officers.
Confronting Safety and Security Risks in Transitional Times
Safety and security incidents that can damage a retailer’s reputation and dampen profits often result from change that outpaces the implementation of controls.
Family Dollar Fined After Employee Dies Stopping Shoplifter
The US Department of Labor has proposed $330,446 in penalties to a Family Dollar store in Orlando after an investigation into a fatal shoplifting incident.
Proactive Face Matching Stops Active Shooter Threat
Active shooter incidents in 2021 spiked by 52.5 percent from 2020. In response, retailers are quickly adopting technologies, including face matching, that offer advance warning of threats.
ON-DEMAND: Homeland Security Team Explains How They Fight ORC
The HSI team shares their efforts to work with retailers and create public-private partnerships, and how these partnerships help fight ORC.