Tag: shrink reduction


Today’s Top LP Jobs

Today’s Top LP Jobs

Area Asset Protection Leader, Big Lots, (GA)
Manages Asset Protection and Safety program activities designed to increase overall store profitability, reduce shrink and provide support to establish and maintain a safe and secure environment within stores in an assigned market. Conducts store visits and audits to support and evaluate operational compliance,   Read More


Friendly Associates Function as Theft Deterrents

Friendly Associates Function as Theft Deterrents

Retail is a business, and businesses are in business to make money and enhance profits. But profit enhancement is a multifaceted concept. We build our profit base not only through our ability to sell products, but also by learning the best ways to approach shrink reduction in retail stores.

Historically, the   Read More


Evolving Security Cameras and Video Technology

Evolving Security Cameras and Video Technology

In a recent series of aricles, Bill Turner, contributing writer, has looked at the evolution of loss prevention since the inception of LP Magazine in 2001. (See Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of “Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention.”) In the May–June 2017 issue, Turner concludes the series by   Read More


The 11 Habits of Low-Inventory Shrink Retailers

The 11 Habits of Low-Inventory Shrink Retailers

In his bestselling book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey presented a holistic, principle-based approach for solving personal and professional problems. This got the ECR team thinking, what if for “highly effective people,” we read “low-inventory shrink retailers”? What then would be the habits of low- shrink   Read More


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