JSA, JMI Issue Advisories

The Jewelers' Security Alliance and Jewelers Mutual Insurance issued the following advisories following Sept. 11's disaster: Security. Both warned jewelers and traveling salespeople to be more security-conscious. South American theft gangs will take "full advantage of this crisis" to rob traveling salespeople, says JSA president John Kennedy. "With law enforcement's attention directed away from normal things, there is opportunity for more crime," adds JMI president Ron Harder. "Be vigilant and cognizant of what happens in your store. JSA also reissued its advice to jewelers for handling sudden emergencies. First prepared in the 1990s, JSA's newly revised checklist covers what businesses should do before and after any disaster. It is available by request from JSA as well as on the organization's Web site (www.jewelerssecurity.org). Air travel. No jeweler's bl
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