Business exhibitions in general, but diamonds and jewelry expos in particular, are fertile ground for covert and overt criminal activity.
Almost no exhibition around the world ends without an item being stolen or switched for a fake.
The majority of exhibitors are not trained in safe conduct at exhibitions – while on the other hand, the thieves are well practiced in different, situation-appropriate criminal conduct.
This means that they are using higher levels of sophistication, are becoming more daring from show to show and are using real life experiences in order to adapt to, and overcome, security measures.
ISPS conducts specific training that protect assets and prevents the loss of merchandise at expos, by equipping the owners and exhibitors with the tools needed to recognize suspicious signs, identify potential suspects and take preventive measures before and during the exhibition.
The training provides loss prevention tools, such as: