Tag: national retail security survey


Reduce Retail Theft with LockUp (Digilock)

Reduce Retail Theft with LockUp (Digilock)

Currently in its twenty-fifth year, the National Retail Security Survey continues to offer not only insightful research into retail crime but also successful countermeasures. Key findings from the most recent survey show that the impact of shrinkage continues to be sizeable, with 48.1 percent of retailers reporting increases in inventory   Read More


Day 1 of the 2017 NRF PROTECT Conference

Day 1 of the 2017 NRF PROTECT Conference

The 2017 National Retail Federation (NRF) PROTECT Conference is now in full swing at the Gaylord National Harbor in Washington, DC. Following introductory remarks from NRF leadership, this year’s 2 ½ day event kicked off with an opening keynote presentation with Christopher Voss, former lead national kidnapping negotiator with the   Read More


Shedding Light on Retail Theft Statistics

Shedding Light on Retail Theft Statistics

Loss prevention and retail industry professionals have a responsibility to stay informed about the latest retail theft statistics. This post provides a snapshot of what retailers currently face when it comes to loss and theft.
Inventory Shrink
Inventory shrinkage refers to the difference between the merchandise a retailer shows in its records   Read More


Ramifications of Retail’s Upheaval

Ramifications of Retail’s Upheaval

Since last June’s National Retail Federation (NRF) loss prevention conference, there have been a lot of changes—and not all of them have been good. Attendees to this year’s NRF PROTECT conference, June 27 – 28 in Washington DC, will be learning how to navigate in retail and loss prevention environments   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