A Suspicious Mind: 5 Ways to Deter Theft

Angrisani, Carol
May 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;5/13/2013, p21
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The article suggests ways for U.S. retailers to prevent organized retail crime (ORC). According to the 2012 ORC survey conducted by the National Retail Federation, nine in 10 retailers say they have been victims of ORC in the past 12 months. Suggestions include removing product from the shelf and into locked displays, placing surveillance monitors and putting security tags.


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