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Unformatted text preview: Supply Chain and Transportation Security Assignment 1. List the three C’s of cargo security and explain what each of them are. The three C's of cargo security are Confusion, Conspiracy, and Common denominator. Confusion represents the loss-prevention spet's opportunity to reduce theft. Confusion arises when an adequate policy does not exist or is not followed. Conspiracy involves two or more people taking advantage of their position and the confusion to steal. Common denominator represents a dishonest employee. Question 1: Which of the following is not one of the C's of Cargo Security? A. Confusion B. Collusion C. Confusion D. Conspiracy E. All the Above are Part of Cargo Security 2.What is pilferage and why is it so difficult to detect and prevent? What are some techniques to prevent it? Pilferage is the act of stealing small amounts usually committed by persons operating alone who pick up an item or two of merchandise that is readily available when there is small risk of detection. Pilferage is difficult to detect and prevent because it is a crime of opportunity. It is rarely committed under controlled difficult to detect and prevent because it is a crime of opportunity....
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course CJ 474 taught by Professor Roberts during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.
- Fall '07