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Toronto car theft victim says he had to travel to Montreal to get Range Rover back

Stephen Taub says he knew exactly where a Range Rover stolen from his Toronto driveway was located, thanks to a tracking device. But he had to travel all the way to Montreal himself to recover it.

B.C. launches $10.5M rebate for businesses' vandalism repairs, prevention measures

The owner of a British Columbia small business says the launch of a $10.5-million government program to repair and prevent vandalism damage is a welcome start, given the rash of glass-breaking incidents in some neighbourhoods.

Retail Council of Canada embarks on new cybercrime awareness venture

The Retail Council of Canada (RCC) recently launched a new cybercrime prevention campaign to provide educational resources for retailers and their employees, from frontline workers to IT security professionals.


Realizing the potential of video surveillance in retail environments

When it comes to CCTV and retail stores, it isn’t just about shrink and preventing theft anymore. Modern video surveillance systems can go beyond security to provide valuable business insights. By analyzing customer behaviour, foot traffic, and sales patterns, retailers can optimize their layouts and improve the customer experience. Thanks to the integration of video analytics and AI, businesses can also receive real-time alerts to help detect and prevent suspicious activity.

Read on to hear what industry leaders in the field have to say.

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Canadians divided over retailers' anti-theft measures, poll finds

Less than half of Canadians believe retail stores are implementing the right amount of security measures to prevent shoplifting but the majority say they would feel safe working in one, a new Leger poll found. » Read full article

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves. » Read full article

Toronto Crime Stoppers launches retail theft awareness campaign

Toronto Crime Stoppers recently launched a campaign to raise awareness of the growing impact of organized retail crime, indicating that the common perception of these crimes as “victimless” is false and misleading. » Read full article

People are losing more money to scammers than ever before

With the rise of the digital economy, scammers now reach targets by social media and text, as well as phone and email. » Read full article



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