Tag: benefit denial


Checkpoint Systems’ Introduces NeedleLok Theft Solution Tag and Next Generation of Specialized Tags

Checkpoint Systems’ Introduces NeedleLok Theft Solution Tag and Next Generation of Specialized Tags

Checkpoint Systems has recently announced a new high-theft solution, the NeedleLok, that protects fine garments without leaving a pin hole, as well as the Alpha OptiLok™, its next generation of specialized tags for eyewear protection.
The NeedleLok
NeedleLok™ protects delicate fabric clothing, such as intimates as well as light and thin fabric   Read More


Case Study: The Rent-A-Center Loss Prevention Challenge

Case Study: The Rent-A-Center Loss Prevention Challenge

Joe, a would-be thief, couldn’t believe his luck. Here was a store willing to hand him a brand-new, state-of-the-art smartphone with no credit check and a few dollars down. And just two doors away was another retail store—this one advertising that it paid top dollar for smartphones.

The criminal wheels in   Read More


LPRC Hosts 350 LP Executives to Explore Evidence-Based Retail Strategies

LPRC Hosts 350 LP Executives to Explore Evidence-Based Retail Strategies

Under the theme “Precision LP,” the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) IMPACT conference concluded Wednesday after three days of presentations ranging from research results to case studies to law enforcement partnerships. Over 350 industry retail, supplier, and manufacturing executives attended the three-day event October 2-4 held on the University of   Read More


Benefit Denial: A Core Principle of Crime Prevention

Benefit Denial: A Core Principle of Crime Prevention

Rent-A-Center’s primary loss prevention challenge stems from its business model. The rent-to-own company allows people who are low on funds or credit to rent furniture, electronics, and other goods with an option to own them after a payment agreement has been fulfilled. Usually, this model works just fine. Unfortunately, some   Read More


Product Protection

Product Protection

Joe, a would-be thief, couldn’t believe his luck. Here was a store willing to hand him a brand new state-of-the-art smartphone with no credit check and a few dollars down. And just two doors away was another retail store—this one advertising that it paid top dollar for smartphones.

The criminal wheels   Read More