Shoplifting: Department of Justice Problem-Oriented Guides for Police
Provided by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), this 66-page ï¿½problem-oriented guide for policeï¿½ is number 11 of the problem-specific guides series provided by the DOJï¿½s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. The guide discuses problems of shoplifting and related problems, factors contributing to shoplifting, tips to aid the understanding of local shoplifting problems, and a discussion of effective responses and response strategies for the problem of shoplifting (which includes specific responses to reduce shoplifting). Authored by Ronald Clarke, professor of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University and former head of the British government's criminological research department, this resource is well-written and informative. Useful for anyone interested in theoretical and applied aspects of criminology related to retail loss prevention.
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