A lot of jewelry crimes that make headlines in the news today revolve around smash-and-grab robberies.
These are often high-profile, brazen attacks that happen quickly and result in high-dollar losses. If you’ve ever seen surveillance footage of one, it almost appears that there’s nothing that could have been done to stop it – but that’s not always the case.
Jewelry businesses aren't impenetrable fortresses by any stretch of the imagination, but the physical protection they can provide against crime is often taken for granted.
When traveling to a prospective business partner or trade show with a sizable amount of jewelry inventory, your're without the typical safeguards you're used to: no ultra-durable safe or vault to store merchandise, no video surveillance system to keep an eye on suspicious activity, and no alarm to alert you of danger.