About the Author

Brittany Griffin, LPRC

Brittany Griffin, LPRC

Brittany Milan Griffin in a 2014 graduate of the University of Florida, holding a Bachelor's degree in Criminology and Law with a minor in Anthropology and a concentration in Psychology. Griffin has worked with the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) since September of 2015, carrying a dual role as both a researcher and membership connect coordinator. Griffin facilitates and helps lead The Organized Retail Crime, Big Box, and Food and Drug Working Groups and Action Teams within the LPRC. She feels that the most interesting aspect of her position is working with offenders and analyzing methods in which they offend and which stores they prefer to offend, with Organized Retail Crime (ORC) holding a key area of interest within the loss prevention industry.

Articles by Brittany Griffin, LPRC

LPRC Zones of Influence Introduction Series

Professional Development

LPRC Zones of Influence Introduction Series

The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) supports retailer chains in two very distinct ways: By developing and improving asset protection strategy and processes as well as developing and improving asset protection techniques and technologies.

Crime and loss control strategies tend to work best when deploying evidence-based efforts to influence offender decisions.