Tag: retail crime


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


Fight ORC Methods with a Solid Strategy

Fight ORC Methods with a Solid Strategy

How many retailers think or know they have an organized retail crime (ORC) problem? Even of those that say they do, how many can quantify exactly what the problem is? If they can, do they address it? Is this because they don’t have the resources (either technological or physical)? If   Read More


People on the Move: May 2017

People on the Move: May 2017

Professional advancement and building a successful loss prevention career can mean many things to many different people. For some individuals it may mean reaching a top leadership position at a particular company, perhaps serving as a director or vice president of loss prevention/asset protection. For others, it may involve gaining   Read More


The Secret to a Winning Loss Prevention Team Culture

The Secret to a Winning Loss Prevention Team Culture

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


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


When Ordinary Things Get Smart

A ton of great smart tech was on display at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show in January, from wearables to the Internet of Things (IOT). My team was invited to a small get-together. I noticed several people had sharp-looking ski jackets. As a trained investigator, I knew there was   Read More