How To Conduct Observation, Surveillance, And Apprehension Of Shoplifters
By Jim Walker

Retail store detective work is a kind of hidden goldmine found within the broad range of the private investigative and security industry today. Up until the publication of this manual, there has been very little material published about retail investigation and security. No one knows this subject better than the author, Jim Walker, owner of National Protection Agency, Inc. in Washington DC. This work covers every major subject and technique involved in retail detective work and needs to be part of any investigative and security training library for investigative and security services who perform these types of services as well as security departments of retail stores.


Retail Store Detective And Patrol Procedures
The Challenging Career In Retail Security
Shoplifters Anticipation Of Success
Spying Out Competitor's Errors
Watching For Shoplifters: Expert Techniques On How To Do It
Ineffective Methods Of Observation
Common Practices Used By Shoplifters
How To Develop The Detective Mind Set
Common Tools To Use
Non-Lethal Weapons
Probable Cause To Detain
Shoplifting And Terrorism
Working Solo
Case History Examples

This book is brimming with expert advise, investigative techniques, examples, the law as it relates to retail store detection and case examples from the files of the author's successful agency. 8 1/2 X 11, 100 pages, $45.00



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