4 edition of Retail security versus the shoplifter found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-84) and index.
|Statement||by George L. Keckeisen.|
|LC Classifications||KF9352 .K43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||92027260|
Retail businesses lose nearly $50 billion per year due to shoplifting and similar types of you may not be able to eliminate theft completely, you can dramatically reduce the impact by knowing the signs and training your employees to be on the lookout. This unusual treatment of this common but misunderstood problem in our society provides the consumer, the merchant, skilled legal professionals and professional store security agents with a new insight not offered by any other book or other written materials. Shoplifting is a crime that has an insidious impact on everyone's budget.
The retail loss prevention industry has seen a pronounced evolution through the years. It is very different today than in the past, and it will continue to evolve. I have been in this business for over 40 years, so I have experienced this evolution firsthand. But until writing a recent series of articles for the magazine, [ ]. According to a national retail survey held in in the US, the average shoplifter walks out with $ per theft, and the chance of being caught is only 1 in The value of goods being stolen each year from retail stores in the US alone is in the billions. If you’re a serious retail business, you .
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In Retail Security Versus the Shoplifter, George Keckeisen has provided retail security managers with an excellent source to help them successfully traverse this legal minefield. The author separates the book into two parts. Retail security versus the shoplifter: confronting the shoplifter while protecting the merchant.
[George L Keckeisen] Book: All Authors / Contributors: George L Keckeisen. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description. RETAIL SECURITY AND LOSS PREVENTION is an invaluable reference for both retail and security professionals.
Using step-by-step plans, this book helps the reader design and implement cost-effective loss control programs. It details an easy-to-follow proven process. The National Retail Federation released a new survey.
US Retail Shrink Hits $B Amid Rising Employee Theft, Shoplifting, Organized Crime | News. There’s a straightforward way to generalize retail security; increase the risks for Retail security versus the shoplifter book. If a shoplifter feels like there are lots of ways for them to get caught, then they won’t risk it.
Ideally, all the points in this guide should be implemented in your store. Shoplifting is exceptionally problematic for businesses of all sizes, costing the retail industry approximately $50 billion in according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).
Merchandise is a considerable investment and surrendering pieces without getting paid is painful. Results from the National Retail Security Survey (NRSS), which were released just before the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) PROTECT conference in Junereport that inventory shrink accounted for percent of retail sales, or $ billion, in This has been a slight decrease from the from percent ($ billion.
Shoplifting The detection, apprehension, and prevention of shoplifting is an important responsibility for many retail personnel. With the retail environment rapidly evolving due to e-commerce and globalization of the economy, the focus on shoplifting has increased with many retailers. Controlling expenses is important in retail operations.
Despite major improvements in retail security technology, shoplifting remains Australia’s largest contributor to the whopping $ billion cost of national retail shrink. For merchants it’s a frustrating phenomenon that’s likely to become even more prevalent over coming weeks as we enter the retail bonanza of Christmas.
Inretail crime remains one of the most serious problems facing superstores, retail chains and grocery stores. How big of a problem is it. Inventory shrinkage costs the U.S. retail industry over $45 billion each year. Internal theft, shoplifting, fraud and organized retail crime (ORC) can have a crippling effect on profit margins.
Shoplifting. Retail Security Versus the Shoplifter - Confronting the Shoplifter While Protecting the Merchant. Shoplifter shakedown. Shoplifters Alternative. (Business News).
You bagged the shoplifter, now what. A policy of catching shoplifters and pushing for prosecutions may not be the best use of company resources.
Shoplifters' rights. Shoplifter Profiling: Hiring, Training, Supervision. The only way to eliminate racial profiling is to prohibit it from the top. Retail stores need to have clearly defined and articulated policies against security staffers practicing racial profiling and must have a zero-tolerance for abuse.
Shoplifting Detention. In an effort to prevent thieves from walking out of a store without paying for merchandise, sometimes it becomes necessary to detain those suspected of shoplifting.
Retailers sometimes employ plain-clothes loss prevention agents specially trained to detect and detain suspected shoplifters. However, the retailer can control loss prevention.
Preventing shoplifting, stopping employee theft, and reducing shrinkage can help to boost the revenues of retail stores.
However you handle it, the chances are that your store will fall victim to a shoplifter at some point. Well-trained staff and security measures can minimize your losses.
Shoplifting is the theft of goods from an open retail establishment, typically by concealing a store item on one's person, in pockets, under clothes, or in a bag, and leaving the store without paying. With clothing, shoplifters may put on items from the store and leave the store wearing the clothes.
The terms "shoplifting" and "shoplifter" are not usually defined in law. Charles A. Sennewald is an independent security management consultant and author of four books. Effective Security Management, 3rd Ed.,The Process of Investigation,Security Consulting, 2nd Ed.,and Shoplifting, (co-authored) Mr.
Sennewald was the Director of Security for The Broadway Department Stores for 18 s: 8. Retail Crime, Security, and Loss Prevention is destined to become the "go to" source of crime- and loss prevention- related information in the retail industry.
Written and edited by two nationally recognized retail security experts and enhanced with 63 contributions by others who contribute expertise in specialized areas, this book provides over definitions of loss prevention terms, and. The crime of shoplifting is defined as a customer taking merchandise offered for sale without paying.
Employees can also steal merchandise which falls into the category of theft. No matter how big or small the retail store may be, all types of retailers are susceptible to the problem of shoplifting and theft. Anti-shoplifting devices are a little bit like radar: they beam radio waves out into a store in the hope of catching a stolen book or CD as it passes by.
But how exactly do they work. Photo: An example of the kind of RFID tag used in book labels. It helps with automated stock control and (in some systems) might double-up as an anti-theft device. 26 shoplifting prevention tips and tricks to protect your retail store.
Most retail stores will experience shoplifting at one time or another. However, small retail store owners who aren’t in a financial position to fund advanced security measures are more vulnerable.
National Retail Security Survey Compelling statistics on inventory loss, its financial impact and strategies for fighting fraud. Download report. Retail shrink totaled $ billion in amid rising employee theft and shoplifting/ORC.
How to de-escalate tense situations: Tips for retailers.The opportunist – This type of shoplifter rarely enters a retail environment intending to steal, but rather takes items because security is lacking, or the opportunity is available. They may also steal out of retribution for a lack of service, or because they feel entitled to a discount due to their previous patronage.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.