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An Update on Major Subjects Affecting Retail LP

An Update on Major Subjects Affecting Retail LP

After completing the three-part series on the first fifteen years of Loss Prevention magazine, I promised to write an additional article that looks at the current and future state of some subjects we discussed that have a huge influence on the retail loss prevention profession. As I looked at the   Read More


People On the Move: May–June 2017

Brian Quast, CFI, was named national manager of LP at Ace Hardware.

Greg Adams was named director of LP with A.C. Moore.

Gloria Fausto-Figueroa and David Robbins are now regional AP managers at Advance Auto Parts.

Brad Milo is now East Coast LP manager at Aeropostale.

Lucy (Agurcia) Bessell is now a district manager   Read More


Is It High Noon in the US Retail Industry?

Is It High Noon in the US Retail Industry?

Last week, GameStop became the latest retailer to announce a major round of store closures. Citing a 13.6 percent drop in sales last quarter, the company said it would shutter more than 100 stores, or approximately 2 to 3 percent of its fleet. JCPenney also recently announced the closing of   Read More


Perspectives from Practitioners

We try to always write the articles in this magazine from the perspective of the loss prevention practitioner. Apart from the columns written by LP professionals, the four feature articles in this issue include quotes or references from 23 individuals.

In the feature on LP and IT collaboration, there is input   Read More


Building an Organization around Data and Technology

Building an Organization around Data and Technology

EDITOR’S NOTE: Scott Glenn, JD, LPC, is the chief security officer for Sears Holdings where he is responsible for asset and profit protection, safety and food safety, business continuity, and crisis response among other duties. Prior to joining Sears in 2008, Glenn held various loss prevention roles at Kohl’s, TJ   Read More


Shopping Mall Security and LP

Shopping Mall Security and LP

Shopping mall security is not a replacement for retail loss prevention programs. Mall security and LP have supporting missions, but they’re different missions.

A diagram of the ideal exchange of information and ideas wouldn’t look like a triangle, with shopping mall security, retail loss prevention, and local police at the three   Read More