Module 3: Amplifying Risk in Retail -
Wednesday January 23rd 2019 - 1pm GMT
In the third of the series, Emeritus Professor Adrian Beck explores the theories supporting risk amplification, and its role in theft reduction. He will then share the available evidence on the effectiveness of a range of interventions currently being used that may be employed to try and reduce theft by making offenders think twice about commiting a crime through amplifying their sense of perceived risk of detection.
Taking each intervention in turn, tagging, CCTV, Signage, Security & Sales staff, and shelf based interventions, the report shares the available evidence, providing perspective on the relative 'quality' of the research and the results presented.
For a copy of the risk amplification report click here
To view a recording of the webinar click here
The slides from the session can be downloaded by the link below
About the Series:
Celebrating ten years of partnership between Checkpoint and the ECR Community Shrink & OSA Group, 2018 sees the launch of a series of free webinars for invited Checkpoint customers from around the world.
Based upon the findings from a wide range of research projects made possible by the active support of Checkpoint Systems, this webinar series will enable loss prevention practitioners to learn about new ways to tackle the problems they face in a rapidly changing retail world.
Next Up - Forthcoming Webinars
March 20th, 2019: Optimising EAS to Help Deliver Effective Loss Prevention
May 15th, 2019: Measuring the Impact of Loss Prevention Interventions