To become a true partner in the loss prevention community, Kadege feels there are a few primary qualities that lead the way. “First, say what you’ll do and do what you say. If you say you’ll do something, do it. People always prefer honesty.” Read More
“I don’t believe that leading in asset protection is much different than leading in other industries,” said Langley. “Of course, high integrity is a must. But ultimately, for any true leader, the focus has to be on people.” Read More
If you are one of the 54 individuals named here, CONGRATULATIONS on your latest career move. Check out our new headshot feature and feel free to submit your photo if your name is on the list. Read More
Kenny Douglas, Jeannie Tatis, and Henry Johnson, CFI, LPC are now regional LP managers at Amazon.
Kelly Sanders is now a regional LP manager at Athleta.
Hutch Hillebert is now AP western US/Canada at The Beautiful Group.
Pamela Velose was named VP of LP, and Jeremy Douglas and Lindsay Canup were promoted to Read More
By Jack Trlica
Ethnic and gender diversity in loss prevention has been a topic of conversation in our industry for certainly the three decades I’ve been involved in LP. Given the dominate white, male demographics of retail security through most of the twentieth century, it’s no wonder that industry leaders have actively put Read More
The LPM “Magpie” Awards offer a means to celebrate industry accomplishments on an ongoing basis, recognizing the loss prevention professionals, teams, solution providers, law enforcement partners, and others that demonstrate a stellar contribution to the profession.
The ability to influence change is a product of drive, creativity, and determination, but it Read More
CONGRATULATIONS to the 67 movers and shakers this month! Check out our new headshot feature and feel free to submit your photo if your name is on the list. Read More
Through relationships cultivated over the years and a dedicated focus on excellence, Kris Vece has earned a reputation as an outstanding partner and industry expert. Read More
Fred Mullen began his career as a security officer for Marshalls distribution center in 1978, forging his own career path and taking on positions with increasing responsibility ever since. Read More