Are you a retailer who is fed up with continued shrinkage? Shoplifting affects the bottom line of any retail brick and mortar business. Being able to mitigate this offense is of the utmost importance to a business’s health. Shoplifters are not often caught and with an enormous volume of cases flooding courts, the offenders are often not held responsible for their actions. What Lohra Miller and her team at Turning Point Justice aim to do is congregate the interests of retailers as well authorities by educating offenders of the seriousness of their crime and helping them to see the impact of their decisions.
With court rooms packed to the gills, judicial time is spent hearing cases from petty crimes to serious offenses. If a young boy steals candy from a corner store, he should not be waiting to plead his case, sitting next to an offender for a much more serious crime. It is an irresponsible expense of the tax payers money to flood court rooms with such offenses, and in some cases, jail time. In an effort to relieve court system and police efforts from unnecessary expenditures, TPJ can bear the weight of the misdemeanors that can are taking up space in a court house.
In order for offenders to grasps the seriousness of their actions, Lohra Miller and her team are working with law enforcement to enforce a restitution program. Those who steal will be able to pay back the institution they took from, as well as learn the severity of their actions.
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