Various factors, including tight budgets, increases in serious crime, and shrinking availability of patrols have affected police procedures and shoplifting penalties. Read More
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What started out a few years ago as a phenomenon that used social networking sites to gather a group of people in a public place to dance or perform another innocent form of entertainment has since evolved into a method of gathering together violent protesters—or thieves in pursuit of your Read More
Police arrested a woman accused of a robbery at a retail store in Palm Springs, then assaulting store loss prevention associates and trying to run them over with her car Monday afternoon. 38-year-old, Cathedral City resident Rachel Sample was arrested after allegedly stealing items from the Palm Springs Walmart, then assaulting Read More
A 62-year-old transient man in Califonia was arrested after allegedly stealing merchandise from Walmart and using that merchandise against the store loss prevention associates confronting him, according to Napa police.
After putting more than $300 worth of merchandise into a shopping cart, the subject, later identified as Mark Leray Vroman, exited Read More
We always want to win, not just execute. In fact, we must win. When LP loses, life safety, brand image, and financial performance are all at risk. At the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) and University of Florida (UF), that’s our mandate, to support LP/AP success through process and people Read More