I never thought I had to worry about my home being broken into, because I have a tall, wooden fence around my yard. I guess I never realized how easily burglars can break through fences, and my wooden one was no match for a thief who simply broke a couple of boards to get into my yard. From there, he entered my home and stole some of my prized heirloom jewelry and other valuable items. I created this blog to share my story and help others who may be relying only on fences to prevent home break-ins. I have since invested in a good security system and will never live in a home without one. Thankfully, only items were stolen, and my family was not harmed.
If you run a retail store, one of your biggest risks is likely dealing with potential shoplifters. This not only causes you to lose money from the goods stolen, but it can also make things more difficult when working on inventory and trying to track down the missing items. Here are some helpful ways to discourage shoplifters.
Train Employees to Spot Suspected Shoplifters
The first thing you want to do is train your employees to be able to spot signs of someone that might be about to steal something from your store. [Read More]