Tag: internal theft


Today’s Top LP Jobs

Today’s Top LP Jobs

Organized Retail Crime Investigator, TJ Maxx, (CA)
Responsibilities for this position include manage the internal theft program in a market of high-volume retail store locations. Utilize exception reports, surveillance, and employee tips to generate cases. Work with outside agencies i.e. police, courts, and legal to bring cases to resolution. Teach fact   Read More


Today’s Top LP Jobs

Today’s Top LP Jobs

Loss Prevention Manager, Boston Stores, (WI)
Our Loss Prevention Managers maintain loss prevention policies and procedures, provide training and motivation for all store associates, and work with store management to keep shrinkage and loss to a minimum. They also promote awareness through workshops, conduct audits, and monitor case preparation to ensure   Read More


Cashing In on Security

Cashing In on Security

It is possible for cash to be an afterthought. Shoppers are using it less, and it doesn’t command attention like new mobile payment methods do. It’s not disappearing, but it’s not changing either. It’s stable and consistent, but maybe a bit anachronistic. Threats to cash, too, aren’t much different than   Read More


Emerging Technologies

In the second in a series of industry-focused benchmarking surveys, the authors present a few key findings from a new study of how some of the biggest retailers in the US are using a range of emerging technologies to manage the problem of loss prevention.
Background
Loss prevention practitioners have a long   Read More


Your Loss Prevention Program Needs a Good Cause

Your Loss Prevention Program Needs a Good Cause

In today’s retail business environment, everyone is seeking a competitive advantage. It could be in technology, people, business practices, or newly developed programs. The best strategy in the world, however, becomes meaningless if it is not executed properly.

I have been fortunate to have a high degree of success at executing   Read More


Performing an In-Store Audit, Part 1

Performing an In-Store Audit, Part 1

The evolution of the LP profession has required a change in the way that we approach the retail environment. First and foremost, we have come to recognize that inventory shrink is a more complicated problem than merely looking at the theft of merchandise. Shrink is a complex issue that must   Read More