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Dallas PD stops responding to retail thefts under $50

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01/17/2012

DALLAS—Earlier this month, the Dallas Police Department changed its policy for how it would respond to shoplifting calls. From now on, the department would no longer routinely dispatch officers to calls that involve shoplifting where merchandise is valued at less than $50.

NRF names new VP of loss prevention

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11/21/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—The National Retail Federation last week announced it has hired a new vice president of loss prevention.

Survey: Return fraud on the rise, but not during holiday season

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11/14/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—Retailers expect return fraud to increase in total this year, but don't expect it to rise during the holiday season due to tighter return policies, according to a new survey by the National Retail Federation.

Public-private model for fighting retail crime spreads across the country

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10/26/2011

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.-A collaboration in this city between law enforcement and local retail stores has become a model retail-crime-fighting tool that is being replicated across the country.

Public-private model for fighting retail crime spreads across the country

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10/26/2011

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—A collaboration in this city between law enforcement and local retail stores has become a model retail-crime-fighting tool that is being replicated across the country.

Study: Global retail shrink up, ORC on the rise

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10/20/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—Global retail losses from shoplifting, employee fraud and organized retail crime increased 10.2 percent in the last year, to $119.1 billion, according to the Global Retail Theft Barometer 2011.

Study: Global retail shrink, ORC on the rise

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10/20/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—Global retail losses from shoplifting, employee fraud and organized retail crime increased 10.2 percent in the last year, to $119.1 billion, according to the Global Retail Theft Barometer 2011.

NRF issues new crowd management guidelines

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10/17/2011

The National Retail Federation has issued new guidelines for effective crowd management, this version being updated with recommendations for handling events such as criminal flash mobs.

Retail survey: Retail crime on the rise

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10/10/2011

ARLINGTON, Va.–Organized retail crime is on the rise, according to a survey conducted by the Retail Industry Leaders Association.

Security under fire: Mall of America's security director Doug Reynolds speaks

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09/26/2011

BLOOMINGTON, Minn.–Earlier this month, NPR and the Center for Investigative Reporting published several stories that accused security at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., of racial profiling and supplying "intelligence spam" to local, state and federal law enforcement. The reports were based on suspicious activity reports filed by the mall's own behavior detection officers with local and state law enforcement.

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