Tag: security devices


Don’t Miss the Current Online Magazine Focused on ORC

Don’t Miss the Current Online Magazine Focused on ORC

The latest edition of LPM Online is focused on organized retail crime (ORC). Here’s a look at the excellent articles in this issue. Please forward the link to this edition to your friends in loss prevention and law enforcement who are focused on ORC.

ORC Is Worrisome, Worsening…And at Risk of   Read More


Loss Prevention Issues in Recent Research

Loss Prevention Issues in Recent Research

Academics who examine crime and security-related issues aren’t always seeking practical solutions, but some recent research studies have pragmatic applications and impart some actionable advice on relevant loss prevention issues. Below are questions that researchers have recently looked at and what loss prevention should know about what they found.

1. Does   Read More


Security’s Security

Security’s Security

There may be no better symbol of the nation’s modern, high-tech military—not to mention US military might—as its fleet of predator drones. So it surely caused a few red faces at the Pentagon when it was discovered that insurgents in both Afghanistan and Iraq had used $26 software to intercept   Read More


Controlling Retail Shrink in Stores with No Loss Prevention

Controlling Retail Shrink in Stores with No Loss Prevention

A question frequently asked by retail customers—and even some loss prevention professionals just getting started in their careers—involves many of the smaller stores where they shop, and how shoplifting and other retail shrink concerns are managed in retail stores with no loss prevention team.

First, few retail companies actually attempt to   Read More


6 Essential Elements for Effective Electronic Security

6 Essential Elements for Effective Electronic Security

The performance of electronic security systems is critical to loss prevention. First, they do a lot of the department’s heavy lifting—performing vital operations like surveillance, fire and intrusion detection, and RFID access control. And a new system or an upgrade doesn’t come cheap, which is a second reason why you   Read More