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    Employee Theft

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    The main cause of retail theft are employee theft and shoplifting. This paper focuses on employee theft in the retail industry in United States. Employee theft and shoplifting is a form of behavior that takes great contribution to retail theft or shortage. Every year, United States companies lose a lot money included inventory losses because of human error, dishonest employee, vendor fraud. Employee theft is a form of behavior that greatly contributes to retail shrinkage. Each year, U.S. companies lose about $36 billion to shrinkage. (Patrick K., 2013). Shrinkage refers to inventory losses caused by shoplifting, employee theft, merchandise being misplaced or damaged, and manipulation of book keeping. Although shoplifting may receive more attention,…

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    Art Theft

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    Julianna Cox Mrs. Templar Art and Music Appreciation 11/06/2017 Writing Assignment: Art Theft Art theft is more common than you think. According to the FBI, art and cultural property crime can include theft, fraud, looting, and trafficking across state and international lines. This type of crime can happen virtually anywhere at any given time. Many agencies have vowed to bring an end to the common crime of art theft. The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently dedicated…

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    Theft In The Workplace

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    Theft in anyway has always been unethical in any human environment. Employee theft especially can have a huge effect on any business, corporation, establishment, etc. Theft acts as a cost directly incurred by an organization, employees playing the key variable in theft, can steal money, products or time. Theft can occur at any level of a business from the cashier that is still in high school to the CEO of the company. Theft is something a business wants to diminish as much as possible,…

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    Identity Theft

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    Identity Theft, a Real Issue. In recent years, the technological revolution has allowed humans to simplify their daily life. And that is almost because of the discovery and the improvement of the internet. In fact, previously, people had to fulfill a number of tasks to accomplish a particular duty. For instance, to buy clothes, food, or to book concert tickets, they had to go to the place of sale to get served, even though the distance was far away. But today, it’s no longer necessary. With just…

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    Identity theft and credit fraud seem to be a common dilemma in our society. After looking over the PowerPoint and doing research, I learned that identity theft can have more negative impact on your life than credit fraud. When your credit card is stolen, all a thief can do is max the card out or open another account. If you’re a victim of credit fraud, sometimes the credit card company alerts you of any unauthorized purchases or unusual spending amount, which prevents further damage from…

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    Theft Case Studies

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    On April 18, 2018 at approximately 1831 hours, I was dispatched to the Walmart located at 8701 US HWY 19 Port Richey, FL in reference to a retail theft. Upon my arrival, I made contact with Walmart Loss Prevention Associate, Steven Uliano. Steven advised a W/M had shoplifted from the store and left with the stolen merchandise in a dark colored Ford F-250 pickup truck prior to my arrival. Steven advised the W/M had selected 3 items of merchandise from the store sales floor valued at $419.50.…

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    Identity Theft Case

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    INTRODUCTION: This case involves the suspects accessing the victim’s bank account, by unknown means and stealing US currency in violation of PC 530.5(a)-Identity Theft. LOCATION DESCRIPTION: This incident occurred at the Bank of America, located at 880 E. Colorado Boulevard. LOSS: $400.00 in US currency. EVIDENCE None. INVESTIGATION: On 06-12-17 at 2018 hours, I was dispatched to the Pasadena Police Station regarding an identity theft investigation. Upon my arrival, I met with…

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    Essay On Identity Theft

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    probably heard of identity theft. Identity theft is crime in which a person collects key pieces of personal information, such as your name, date of birth, address, social security, and maybe even your mother's maiden name to impersonate someone else. This key information can lead to many fraudulent acts. Some examples are obtaining credit cards and loans in someone else's name and then not paying the bills, opening utility accounts, renting an apartment or hotel, getting a cellular phone, and…

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    Identity Theft Protection

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    Identity Theft Protection by IFSM 201 Feb 25, 2015 According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) “… a stolen identity is a powerful cloak of anonymity for criminals and terrorists…and a danger to national security and private citizens alike…” (Identity Theft, 2010). Identity theft has been for many years the number one growing crime across America. According to the Bureau of Justice and Statistics (BJS) 16.6 million people were victims of Identity theft in 2012, with…

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    Auto Thefts

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    searched journals and websites for material on the research involving auto thefts, I found very few articles. In fact, according to one author, motor vehicle thefts are the number one under-researched part one crime (Jeffrey Walsh, 2007). In this same article studies indicate auto thefts are linked to community structure, instability and surrounding crime (Jeffrey Walsh, 2007). The author theorizes the reason for the lack of research is the crime itself creates little effect on most victims.…

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