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Shoplifting Final

Shoplifting presentation
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Antony Dreyer

on 2 October 2012

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Transcript of Shoplifting Final

Do you know what shoplifting is? Let's take a look at what the law says it is... Did you know there's no offense as shoplifting...?
It's actually known in law simply as... theft Do you know what shoplifting is...? A person is guilty of theft if: dishonesty appropriation – to take property – real and intrinsic belonging to another intention of permanently depriving – keeping or getting rid of Reflection Shoplifting! Take a look at this The Definition states... A person is guilty of theft if they dishonestly appropriate property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it; and thief and steal will be construed accordingly. appropriate property belonging to another intention of permanently depriving Wow!
Everyone understand that...? The Facts! Last year, there were just over 305,905 recorded occasions of shoplifting in Wales and England. Shoplifting costs UK retailers £4.4 billion, annually. The average shopper pays £180 a year to cover the cost to stores. Males and Females from every class, ethnicity and income bracket are being caught, with 1/3 being under 18. The perpetrator is caught in only 1% of retail theft cases. In 2009, retailers invested £977 million into anti-theft technology such as tags and software that can detect fraudulent activity. A lot of goods stolen don’t have a very high profit margin, so stores have to sell more of that product to make back the money that has been lost. dishonesty Video time
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