What is the secret to a winning loss prevention team culture? This is a pretty lofty question. Before you ask, I’m not about to say there is a magic recipe or secret sauce, but there are certainly LP cultures operating out there that are winning combinations—an alchemy or cocktail blend Read More
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If you are thinking about writing your own resume (rather than using a professional resume writing service) to reflect the experience, accomplishments, and other critical information that helped shape your career in loss prevention, then you need to do your homework.
Having a loss prevention resume that appropriately describes all that Read More
This year—2017—marks the sixteenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Rather than fading into a distant memory, however, the attacks and the aftermath are still very much present on the minds and in the hearts of those who lived through them.
It is our collective responsibility to remember what happened that Read More
In every issue of the print magazine since 2001—and now in our digital magazine LPM Online—we have conducted an executive interview with some of the top professionals in loss prevention, retail, and a few outside the industry. These exceptional individuals have much to say about a wide range of subjects. Read More
Eric Rode has over fifteen years of experience in loss prevention, holding positions at a district and regional level with Sears Holdings, rue21, and Office Depot. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas–Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and holds several industry certifications including the LPC and CFI. Rode Read More
Bill Turner, LPC, has been a reader and contributor to Loss Prevention magazine (now LP Magazine) since its inception in 2001. Now, as the publication celebrates its 15-year anniversary, Turner looks back at the publication’s past five years in a feature article in the January-February 2017 issue. This third and Read More
A.C. Moore opened its first arts and crafts store in 1985 in Moorestown, NJ. Today, the national retailer sells an assortment of merchandise in over 130 locations on the Eastern coast. With over 40,000 items offered at each store at any given time, A.C. Moore prides itself on its product Read More
EDITOR’S NOTE: David Shugan, CFI, is the senior director of loss prevention for Carter’s based in Atlanta. Prior to taking over the leadership role at Carter’s, he was manager of investigations at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Before that, he held LP management positions with Pacific Sunwear and Chernin’s Shoes. Read More
When it comes to crafting a better resume, some of the most important features should focus on the basics. While it may seem to be an obvious characteristic of a quality resume, the appearance of the resume itself can be critical to the entire selection process.
A resume should look sharp, Read More
Loss prevention investigations are just one of the many specialized elements that are part of an accomplished loss prevention program. Each of these functions is vital to the success of the program, and the understanding and application of each component is an integral part of your professional development. It is Read More