antishoplifting

antishoplifting

(ˌæntɪˈʃɒplɪftɪŋ)
adj
designed to prevent shoplifting
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has launched its latest Ultra Max antishoplifting program, called the Ultra Max AST (advanced system technology).
has launched an antishoplifting program for 6th through 12th graders nationwide.
This allows Ultramax to protect many more products than any other antishoplifting technology," says Jerry Kendall, vice president of Sensormatic's North American retail operations.
ADT Security Services of Boca Raton, Florida, has introduced the Sensormatic AssetPro system, an antishoplifting solution designed specifically for small and mid-sized retailers.
The acoustomagnetic technology was developed in response to the inherent performance problems associated with earlier antishoplifting systems based on microwave, radio frequency and magnetic technologies.
The Georgia Court of Appeals held that under Georgia's merchant immunity statute, the activation of an antishoplifting or inventory control device constitutes reasonable cause for detaining a person.
EAS enabled us to make such self-service products easy to find and accessible to customers, but the process of applying the antishoplifting labels in the stores was labor-intensive," explains the Walgreens spokesman.
Of specific interest, notes the report, are surveillance cameras, card access controls, alarms, antishoplifting devices, airport security equipment, and safety glass.
The labels remain on the merchandise; store clerks do not remove them at the point of purchase as is done with other antishoplifting devices.
Today's most advanced antishoplifting labels emit a specific standard magnetic frequency that is recognized by the alarm pedestals at store access points.
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation was selected for the test study because the company's antishoplifting systems are widely used in home centers and hardware stores.