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Episode Info: Juvenile Shoplifting - Petty Theft with Low Risk of Incarceration Juveniles working gangster-style with adults makes crime a felony Adults directing children to steal $350 of Red Bull Energy Drinks Adult parents throw 12oz cans at a clerk escalating to a robbery Podcast Time Stamps: 00:50 -- CrimeSchool.com/44  podcast begins with security expert Chris McGoey 01:00 -- AM/PM Convenience Store video caught juvenile shoplifting in the act 01:30 -- Watch the mother attempt to distract the cashier from seeing the theft 02:50 -- Watch the father throw 12oz Red Bull cans at cashier aids kids to escape 03:20 -- Father's use of force escalates juvenile shoplifting to felony robbery 04:40 -- Red Bull Energy Drink is a hot Organized Retail Crime theft item 05:35 -- Organized thieves clean out entire shelves to sell on the black market 07:00 -- Organized Retail Crime is a multi-billion dollar loss for retail industry Juvenile Shoplifting Video (starts after a short delay) Juvenile Shoplifting Training by Disgraceful Parents Children learn what they hear and see especially the parents' gangster lifestyle These children are learning not to respect people, the law, and rules of society These children are taught that use-of-force and intimidation is like a game Many adult career criminals say they started out with juvenile shoplifting Petty theft is often overlooked by justice system as just a phase of growing up Our future depends on parents raising productive and law-abiding children Juvenile shoplifting escalates to fraud, burglary, robbery, assault, and worse Law enforcement and juvenile courts intervene when parents fail in their duty Juvenile shoplifting petty theft is charged as a burglary if adults aid and abet Bad parent role models, bad friends, early incarceration sets path for entire life Organized Retail Crime (ORC) Use Juvenile Shoplifting Retail loss prevention agents see adults using kids as shields to shoplift Store personnel need training how to approach and deter organized thieves Organize Retail Crime (ORC) prefer big box stores with poor customer service Loss Prevention door-greeters are successful preventing cart push-outs ORC shoplifting crews from foreign countries plagued cities then move on ORC work in teams and often clean out entire shelf-stock of targeted items Stolen items sold at black market stores, restaurants, bars, and swap meets Black market easier now with illicit online sales on eBay, Craigslist, Facebook Organized Retail Crime is a multi-billion dollar loss to retailers every year Big box store loss prevention have partnered with police to arrest theft crews ORC sting-operations and legislation enacted to prosecute ORC leaders Common high-theft items by ORC shoplifters: Red Bull Energy Drinks Razors and blades Over-the-counter pain medication Baby formula and diapers Batteries Pregnancy test kits Teeth whitening strips Tide laundry deter...
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