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KMA Global Solutions International, Inc. is a leading worldwide manufacturer and supplier of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) labels for the multimedia, retail apparel, health/beauty aids, soft goods, and over-the-counter pharmaceutical industries. KMA provides low cost solutions for retail protection against inventory theft, offering customized labels that use a variety of patented formats to meet unique packaging needs. KMA's patent pending DUAL Tag(TM) is the only product available that combines the two leading EAS technologies in a single, high speed application to eliminate the need for multiple inventories and ...
from retail stores or pilferage of books from libraries. Special tags are fixed to merchandise or books. These tags are removed or deactivated by the clerks when the item is properly bought or checked out. At the exits of the store, a detection system sounds an alarm or otherwise alerts the staff when it senses active tags. For high-value goods that are to be manipulated by the patrons, wired alarm clips may be used instead of tags.
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ADT Security has named Alex Kim as Vice President of Strategy for its Asia Pacific region. In this newly created role, Alex is responsible for steering the region's business strategy as well as evaluating potential mergers and acquisitions. He also leads the region's product and services strategies, which focus on innovation. 2010-06-30 10:30 ADT Security Appoints Alex Kim as Vice President of Strategy for Asia Pacific (Click on images to view at original size) (Photo: http://www.prnasia.com/sa/2010/06/29/20100629852725.html ) SINGAPORE, June 30 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- ADT Security has named Alex Kim as Vice President of ... market research, surveys and trends
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As acommunity, it is crucial that we wrap our arms around these families at a timewhen the level of danger that they face escalates and becomes more violent andmost threatening. We are so very appreciative of ADT for recognizing thatfamilies experiencing domestic violence need a community response thatacknowledges and lessens these threats and risks.” According to John Koch, president of ADT North America, “The communitypartnership established through our contribution to Interact is yet another wayADT is demonstrating its commitment to assisting victims of domestic violence.” Since 1992, ADT`s AWARE (Abused ... market research, surveys and trends

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Guarding the Shelves - Cover Story - Security Magazine
Chuck Kibler, group vice president of loss prevention for Rite-Aid uses team work and technology to keep security running smoothly. Chuck Kibler, group vice president of loss prevention for Rite Aid, knows the ins and outs of managing security for a large retail operation. The fact that this large operation is also a major drugstore chain makes for some unique challenges. Since March, Kibler has supervised the security operations for approximately 3,600 Rite Aid stores. He determines what's best for the safety and security of employees and customers, and secures an inventory that includes products ranging from ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Prevent Shrinkage :: Page :: Retail Times
Shrinkage costs Australian Retailers AUD$2.256 billion. In recent years, Australia has enjoyed economic prosperity and consumer spending is at an all time high. Despite strong sales figures in the Australian retail sector, significant profits are being lost to shrinkage. One of the major challenges the industry is facing is shrinkage incurred by retail crime. For the first time the Global Retail Theft Barometer puts a price on what shrinkage costs retailers and consumers. Mark Gentle, Managing Director of Checkpoint Systems Australia and New Zealand looks at the research results and discusses how retailers are at their ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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NOTES FROM THE FIELD Has Put a Spotlight on Theft
systems is Electronic Article Surveillance, or EAS. It is a term which describes a process in which objects rather than people are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Important Information on Anti-Theft and Metal Detector Systems and ...
I am writing to let you know that the operation of certain medical devices, including pacemakers, implantable cardioverter/defibrillators and spinal cord stimulators, may be affected by the electromagnetic fields produced by anti-theft systems and metal detectors. The number of reported significant patient injuries is very low, and we are working with both the manufacturers of medical devices and the manufacturers of anti-theft systems and metal detectors to resolve this issue. In the meantime, you may use the following information and recommendations to help your patients prevent or minimize any adverse effects. Anti-theft ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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S. Schmidt and G. Lazzi, "Extension and Validation of a Perfectly Matched Layer Formulation for the Unconditionally Stable D-H FDTD Method," accepted for publication in IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Feb. 2003. M. Eberdt, P.K. Brown, and G. Lazzi, "Two-Dimensional SPICE-Linked Multiresolution Impedance Method for Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Interactions," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, pp. 881-889, July 2003 M. Ozkar, G. Lazzi, and A. Mortazawi, "A Modified Unsplit PML Formulation ...
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Is a store clerk searching you illegal upon entering the store ...
I walked into Rite-Aid and the alram went off, the clerk came up and said to set my purse down and walk back through, I didn't ding(note: had not stepped into the store at all for months). She then said to open my bag and she searched it, is this legal? if not I would like to pursue a complaint. Nope. It's perfectly legal. You are on private property and she is not a law enforcement officer. (And, even if she had been the fact that you set off the alarm would have given them grounds to make the search.) If you had refused the search, Rite-Aide would have called the police and you WOULD have been searched by ...
Work With the Police to Prevent Business Disturbances
In a previous column I wrote of major business disturbances, such as hurricanes, floods and wildfires. But there are also less catastrophic disturbances that can cost small business people time, money and personal suffering. From shoplifting and vandalism to irate and/or intoxicated customers these disturbances can be truly bad for business. I recently accompanied a Philadelphia police sergeant as he patrolled the 1st District in South Philadelphia. I told him that I was interested primarily in observing his interaction with the small businesses in his area of operation. The incidents we encountered that evening ...