What you need to know about pharmacy robberies

What you need to know about pharmacy robberies

September 18, 2021 Comments Off on What you need to know about pharmacy robberies By admin

This article originally appeared on The Verge.

The Verge has been covering pharmacist robberies since 2012, when we first wrote about the trend.

It’s been a big part of the news, too.

In 2016, we wrote about how pharmacy robberies could be an effective way to fight organized crime, and how the pharmacist was often the only one at the pharmacy who could identify the robbers.

In the following months, we published more stories on pharmacist-related stories and tips about protecting your business.

Now, the Pharmacy Industry Association, a trade group that represents pharmacy retailers and manufacturers, is releasing a new study, Pharmacy Robbery and Its Implications for Pharmacy Owners, to help inform the public and the industry about how to protect themselves.

The study, published in the journal Pharmacy Quarterly, examined the robbery trends of more than 15,000 pharmacy owners in a variety of industries from health care to finance.

The data were collected by the Pharmacists’ Alliance, a nonprofit trade group whose members represent a wide range of pharmacy and medical professionals.

“We know that pharmacy robbery is not only an important part of an overall pharmacy safety strategy, but can also provide an opportunity to address real-world pharmacy safety concerns,” said Scott A. Kapp, Pharmacists Alliance CEO.

“Our study provides the first comprehensive look at pharmacy robbery trends in the US, including the extent to which the robberies were occurring, the types of pharmacy operations targeted, and the perpetrators involved.”

According to the study, the percentage of pharmacies that have robberies on average has increased from around 0.2% in 2016 to 2.1% in 2019.

The percentage of pharmacy robberies that occurred during daylight hours increased from 0.3% to 2% in the same time frame.

The biggest drivers of pharmacy robbery were burglaries (2.4% of robberies), shoplifting (2%), theft from drugstores (1.9%), and mail theft (1%).

In addition, a greater percentage of robberies were targeted at the drugstore, including more than half of those from drugstore locations, and a majority of those in the mail.

“The majority of pharmacy robbers targeted the pharmacy,” the study noted.

“This indicates that pharmacy robberies are more common during the day when drugstores are closed.”

The study found that pharmacy robbers were most likely to commit the robbery in an emergency room.

Of the robberies that were reported to the police, the average number of victims was 3.8.

The robberies were most common during a pharmacy’s lunch hours, between 1:30 and 3:00 p.m., and on weekends.

“These are not uncommon times for pharmacies,” Kapp said.

“If a pharmacy is not staffed, people who work in the shop may be at a loss as to what to do with the situation.

This is especially true in rural areas, where pharmacy robbery can be difficult to stop.”

In addition to drugstores, the authors also looked at pharmacy operators and retailers. “

There are no easy solutions, but the Pharmacist’s Alliance is actively working with industry stakeholders and government officials to address pharmacy robbery.”

In addition to drugstores, the authors also looked at pharmacy operators and retailers.

The most common type of robberies at retail pharmacy locations were shoplifting, burglary, mail theft, and theft from the pharmacy’s premises.

There was also a disproportionate amount of pharmacy thefts at drugstores.

“This suggests that the majority of pharmacists are concerned about their safety and are trying to make sure their stores are safe,” the researchers wrote.

“While these robberies are not always the primary cause of injury or death, they can be an additional factor in the loss of productivity or business, which in turn can have an impact on patients and the communities in which they are located.”

The pharmacy robbers are a significant threat to your business, so take immediate steps to protect your pharmacy, pharmacy owners say.

The authors of the study recommend that pharmacy owners and other retail pharmacy operators take several steps to reduce the likelihood of being the victim of a pharmacist robbery:Consider the following: