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If you ask someone caught shoplifting “Why did you do it?” the most frequent reply is “I don’t know” or “It’s no big deal”, suggesting a lack of awareness about the crime as it relates to themselves, the victim and the community.

Shoplifting is one of the most prevalent crimes committed by adults and juveniles in the U.S with 1 in 11 Americans admitting to engaging in the act.

The estimated 27 million shoplifting offenders and the cost of their repeat offenses is an economic drain on criminal justice resources and a crime which hurts youth, families, and communities.

79% of criminal justice professionals believe shoplifting is a gateway crime.

Finding the right resources to truly make an impact is not always easy. When it comes to shoplifting offenders, there is no better solution for them or for you.

For over 30 years, NASP has been setting the standard for evidence and research-based programs to help offenders stop shoplifting.

As an organization that specializes in working with adults and juveniles who have shoplifted, we know what it takes to help them to stop and that’s what makes our programs unique.

For over 30 years, NASP has been setting the standard for evidence and research-based programs to help offenders stop shoplifting.

As an organization that specializes in working with adults and juveniles who have shoplifted, we know what it takes to help them to stop and that’s what makes our programs unique.

Reducing shoplifter recidivism is based on the
Quality & Effectiveness
of the education sanction imposed.

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Our proven methodologies, proprietary programs, and personal services give our clients what they need to make the greatest impact in their community.

NASP:

  • Is the only national non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing offense-specific education for shoplifting offenders
  • Maintains the lowest court- documented recidivism rate averaging 2.9% nationally
  • Retains the highest offender compliance rate in the country
  • Offers “hands-on” case management to ensure successful program completion
  • Offers dedicated Client Services Managers to help ensure your clients are successful and to help you close your cases faster
  • Is the only provider offering free ongoing support services for shoplifting offenders

NASP Programs Reduce Recidivism

8 Court-Documented Studies
3 to 7 Years in Scope
<3% vs. 30-40% without a program

Recidivism Studies

Most Effective

96% of participants successfully complete the NASP Programs, nationally.

Participants give the NASP programs an average grade of 95% regarding its value and usefulness to them.

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Begin Making an Impact

To Get Started, Contact Us Today!