While many time-tested loss-prevention technologies are helping in the war against crime, they are also providing opportunities for increased sales and enhanced customer service. Electronic article surveillance tags, for example, enable retailers to display high-priced items such as liquor on shelves instead of behind locked cabinets, thus improving sales. Retailers are also using EAS tags to protect not only products, but the children who are in play centers as their parents shop. In the ...

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