Tension has increased across the entire country leaving jewelers especially vulnerable to loss. Read this post to get security advice on how to stay safe during protests. Plus, get tips on addressing damages, filing claims, and seeking emotional support.
Do you know what the weakest spot in your security is?
Whether you have a firm answer or not, chances are criminals could probably recognize it fairly quickly. When they do, they'll go along a path of least resistance to exploit it.
Even if you have strong jewelry store security, criminals can get creative and use trickery to commit their crimes. Theft is a common tactic, but robberies and burglaries can also occur if your procedures become careless.
The locations of jewelry businesses can vary from a designer’s home, to Main Street, to an office on 47th Street in New York.
To the general public, however, jewelry businesses are often synonymous with one type of location in particular: shopping malls. The main square of a shopping center usually has at least one corner devoted to jewelry and, in larger malls, stores can be found on multiple levels.