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60 Free Essays on Shoplifting Affect Business

  1. Shoplifting and its affects on the economy

     Shoplifting And Its Effects on Businesses Business Law I Outline I. How does shoplifting affect the Economy? A. When company loses revenue due to shoplifting it affects the economy because retailers are forced to raise prices. B. Small businesses are often...

  2. Stealing

    doing to himself and the community. Negative effects of shoplifting effect business owners, business customers, teenagers, and society as a whole. When a theft from any business occurs, it is harmful to everyone. The effects of shoplifting cost United States businesses approximately six billion dollars...

  3. Shoplifting

    According to the Shoplifting Prevention Coalition in 2006, theft from stores removes $13 billion from the American economy each year. This affects the national economy by reducing the amount of sales tax/consumption tax/value added tax (VAT) raised through sales. The dented profits also reduce the...

  4. Why People Shoplift

    . Introduction ‘‘Shoplifting is the theft from the selling floor while a store is open for business.’’ (Francis, 1979, p. 10). It has been estimated that 1 in every 12 shoppers shoplift (Ray, 1987). Almost 60% of consumers have shoplifted at some point in their lives (Klemke, 1982, 1992; Kraut, 1976...

  5. Exams

    community.   Shoplifting affects everyone, including yourself and the community. In this essay I'm going to explain some of the circumstances of stealing from local stores, or any store.   After I've been caught stealing I found out how wrong it is and how it is a disadvantage to everyone. The...

  6. Choices

    caught shoplifting there are many punishments that could be bestowed upon you. If you simply don't have the money for something, then you should just wait and save money or ask you mother of father, but never steal. Shoplifting can really hurt the stores, and business' budget. Some other factors that...

  7. Egla

    businesses and higher prices for goods. If certain areas have higher than normal crime rates, than retailers may decide against opening a store there. This directly affects the economy. Shoplifting can also lead to discrimination against certain social groups. Even though minors made up just 25...

  8. Retail Theft

    clearly visible locations. V. Conclusion Shoplifters steal from all types of stores. Shoplifting affects more than the offender. It overburdens the police, courts, adds to a store's security expenses, costs consumers more for goods, costs communities lost dollars in sales taxes and hurts children...

  9. Deontology

    C) What could be the consequences of informing authorities/community? ← Preventing shoplifting is good for the community. (Shoplifting is a serious issue for shop owners and affects their business viability, the resulting increase in the cost of goods to the community). ← Addressing...

  10. Shoplifting Effects the Community

    then causes more shoplifting, but the people that don't shoplift just end up having to pay more for the product or else go somewhere else to shop. If the customer goes to a different store because of the rising prices the store will also lose business therefore could cause them to go out of...

  11. Misunderstood Teenagers

    shoplifting, but the people that don’t shoplift just end up having to pay more for the product or else go somewhere else to shop. If the customer goes to a different store because of the rising prices the store will also lose business therefore could cause them to go out of business if enough customers...

  12. How Does Shoplifting Affect the Economy?

    Ways that shoplifting affects the economy Shoplifting hurts more than the stealer. It strains the police and court systems, increases costs for the store that leads to the prices on the items at the store to rise. Stores don't lose money - instead they put their rates up to cover the losses...

  13. Efeects of Shoplifting

    Shoplifting Shoplifting is a crime that has been around for ages. It is also a crime that is on the rise. Many young people view shoplifting as harmless. They see it as a challenge or a game. It is not harmless nor is it a game. It affects the retailers and the consumers, as well as the person who...

  14. Science

    within the household), but generally functioning pretty well, has some meaningful interpersonal relationships. | 51 -- 60 | Moderate symptoms (e.g., flat affect and circumstantial speech, occasional panic attacks) OR moderate difficulty in social, occupational, or school functioning (e.g., few...

  15. Bad Girls-Debate pts

    it affect others. Kim kept on bullying Mandy and let Melanie betrayed Mandy. She even said some dirty words to Mandy’s friend Tanya. Our dear opponent, doesn’t you think she is bad? Tanya: Although she stole things, she cared about friendship, she knew she do wrong and didn’t want to let her friend...

  16. Consequences of Shoplifting on You

    for families to afford what they need to survive. Above inflation, over-priced items and product quality there is one other reason this is happening. That reason is shoplifting. It is a completely unfair and unjust reason for prices to go up but its reality. Shoplifting affects many different areas...

  17. Movie "Thirteen

    informed by Evie. According to the textbook, moreover, on viewing juvenile delinquency in divorced households is more than 50%, it is no exaggeration to say that her family environment plays an important role in her delinquency. Furthermore, her peer in school as well as her family affects mainly on her...

  18. Why Stealing Is Wrong

    . If an adult (someone over the age of 18) is charged with theft such as, grand larceny, or 3rd degree felony (unless expunged by the judge) will permanently affect an application for a job/career, college, ex. And affect your long-term goals. Nobody wants the liability of a possible thief. Stealing...

  19. Ddoxs.

    punishments as strict as possible. Shoplifting affects the community in a big way. The stores get about three cents per every dollar purchased for an item. So if you figure that they don't make a whole lot of money out of profit. Every shoplifter that takes a product also is taking the product...

  20. One Year in a Life of Crime

    There are many contributing factors that can lead to living a life of crime, totally unaware of how self-satisfying actions can negatively affect the people around you. The show HBO’s America Undercover “One Year in a Life of Crime”, is a perfect example of how there can be many factors that will...

  21. Why Shoplifting Is Wrong

    stores, convenience stores, thrift shops, large companies, and small mom and pop shops. Shoplifting can hurt more than just the business from which you are stealing. It causes a tidal wave of other problems that aren't apparent on the surface. Of course everyone would want to be the exception and not...

  22. Bullying Cause Effect

    also include that, “A public interest paper published by the American Psychological Association states that bullying behavior has been linked to other forms of anti-social behavior, such as vandalism, shoplifting, fighting, and the use of drugs and alcohol.” In other words, people found guilty of most...

  23. Apa2 Ja

    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, n.d.). Figures also released by the New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research in April show that shoplifting increased 7.8 percent in the two years to December 2008. The rise in shoplifting was due to a surge in the theft of food, mobile phones...

  24. Shoplifting: Causes and Solutions

    in the education of these teens which would help offenders understand how shoplifting affects the lives of real people, not just the stores they shoplift from. They need to know the laws, how technology is used to catch shoplifters, and how much risk is involved. They can also understand the...

  25. Crime in Hard Economic Times

    purchasing necessary equipment and discontinue important community and social programs that help keep young people away from a life of crime, gangs and other illegal activities. Crimes in Hard Economic Times 3 Despite hard economic times, the drug business...

  26. Gender Blind Essay

    crime then men’ Frances. Heindershon (1985:2) the reason why women commit a smaller account of crimes that men is because women commit ‘white collar’ crimes i.e. shoplifting Frances. Heindershon (1985:7) and the number of women committed for serious offences are small Frances. Henidershon (1985:5...

  27. D1- Evaluate the effectiveness of property law in protecting business organisations

    total of 4.1 million incidents of shoplifting predicted. Transportation and storage premises had the highest rate of vehicle related theft Manufacturing premises experienced low rates of crimes. With property crime at this rate it makes businesses cautious about protecting their business as it’s...

  28. Marketing

    use PESTE analysis to evaluate all the macro-environmental factors which affect company’s operation. SUMMARY Macro environment factors affecting Business Marketing decision are variables of economic markets like, Marketing intermediaries, political stability (or instability), new technologies or...

  29. Business plan

    her beyond normal business hours. Market Analysis Summary There are various economic forces that affect apparel retailers. Consumer confidence is the most important; people don't shop when they are not feeling good. Unemployment also has an effect, in that fewer women out in the workforce means...

  30. Understanding Tangible Property

    , apprehending, and arresting shoplifters and offenders must press on. Protecting tangible properties of the business is the responsibility of managers and employees. Though large organization such as Wal-Mart and Target attributes financial losses to shoplifting, building damages, and theft usage of...