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LP success stories, the world of loss prevention according to Paul Jones, and undercover vs. visible LP — these are the topics that drew the attention of retail security readers in 2018.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Paul Jones, LPC, is the new director of asset protection and risk management at CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. The 25-year retail veteran...
Retailers are losing their traditional allies in the fight against shoplifting. Once part of a multi-prong crime control effort—which included courts, communities, and law enforcement—retailers are increasingly fighting the battle on their own.
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?
Once you catch a shoplifter, what do you do with them? Do you prosecute and risk the wrath of the local police department and...
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All loss prevention departments have an existing system to handle shoplifting incidents. And with everything new on LP’s plate—technology, threats, retail strategies, and the like—there is a good chance that it’s been a while since you’ve taken a critical look at your current approach.
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.
Petty shoplifters have an impact—not only on retailers, but on the community as a whole. These cases cause a drain on police resources and backlogs on court dockets.
Adopted by major national retailers in more than 2,000 stores, the Crime Accountability (C.A.) Partnership Program for shoplifting has reduced calls to law enforcement 40 percent to 60 percent, thus allowing retailers to save more than $30 million in resources for their police partners in 2016 alone. Visit Booths 274 and 276 to learn more.