New technologies are opening up a world of loss-prevention possibilities.

In an effort to improve the customer experience while preventing theft of high-risk items, drugstore chain Rite Aid has been working with a loss-prevention firm to implement a number of tools that would accomplish those goals, as the National Retail Federation details. The report, for example, explains how Rite Aid has begun making use of motion-activated public view monitors, which allow customers to see themselves and know they’re in view of store employees. The results thus far have been promising.

Read more at the National Retail Federation