Yes, the solution for stopping retail theft SHOULD be the police doing their job and arresting these thieves but that hasn’t been happening, especially in Democrat-run cities.
I have an easy solution to the problem. Retailers need to have an electronic entry system by their door where you have to swipe an electronic pass card to get in – kind of like they have at dog parks. If you want to gain entry to the store, you swipe your card.
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Most large retailers already have the cards. At Walgreens, it’s called a Balance Rewards card. They already track all of my purchases so it’s really not a problem that they track when I enter and leave the store. They already know what I bought and when I leave the store. But because of the thieves, the cards need to be swiped before we enter the store now to keep the riffraff out.
And if you don’t have a card for the retailer that you want to visit, I’m sure they can set up something where we can swipe a driver’s license or state ID. The retailer could store your information TEMPORARILY until you leave the store. That way, if you steal something, they have your information on file – who you are and when you were in the store. But they can’t collect the information – or turn it over to the government without a warrant if you are a Trump supporter.
Easy fix. Problem solved. You’re welcome.