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
Tag: supply chain security
Jamie Jones was promoted to Corporate Security Analyst at Aldi.
David Zwernemann is now a Regional LP Manager at Amazon.
Ascena Retail Group announced the following changes: Brian Bazer to VP of AP & Safety; Rob LaCommare, CFI, to AVP, Global Operations & Analytics AP; Eric Pidgeon, CFI, LPC, to Director of Read More
Retail doesn’t start and stop at the front door of our stores. Ultimately, our value depends on our ability to broaden our influence while protecting every aspect of the business enterprise. Supply-chain management is a critical component of the retail machine. While we may view the heart of retail as Read More
Cargo theft often is thought of as a silent and victimless crime despite the fact that it accounts for losses of billions of dollars annually in the United States. The most common incidences of cargo theft involve gangs who steal high-value commodities from loaded trailers. Substantial losses can also occur Read More
Supply-Chain Asset Protection Exec Maurizio Scrofani Takes Leading Role with GRUPO ALTO’s US Organization
One of the retail industry’s leading supply-chain and asset protection executives, Maurizio Scrofani, LPC, CCSP, has been appointed vice president with ALTO US. In his new role, Scrofani will manage the development of the supply-chain security and intelligence sectors of ALTO’s loss prevention and retail security services.
“With Scrofani in this Read More
The Ascena Retail Group has merged all brand asset protection/loss prevention teams into one talented center of excellence.Brian Bazer
Brian Bazer, VP of Asset Protection and Safety
Bazer was named vice president of asset protection and safety. He is responsible for the leadership, governance and management of the Read More
By John Tabor
In most large-value cargo thefts occurring at stores, there are two key components: a store employee and a driver. The employee allows access to the goods, while the driver has the means to transport the stolen freight unnoticed. One key tool in combating this problem is the strict rotation of Read More
Attendees Discuss Safety and Loss Prevention at Home Depot Supply-Chain Conference
Meeting brings together AP team from across logistics channels.
LP Magazine was pleased to be invited to attend the 2016 Home Depot supply-chain conference held at the Store Support Center in Atlanta in early October.
Mike Combs brought members of his team Read More
By Chris Trlica
While the perception of shrinkage among the loss prevention industry has evolved from thinking about loss strictly in terms of theft to the consideration of all causes of inventory discrepancy, this change in approach hasn’t necessarily diffused into all of the other teams in a retail organization. Retail buyers are Read More
“So, what do you do?”
This is common question that for some loss prevention professionals presents a perplexing set of thoughts. “How do I adequately satisfy the inquirer’s request, without overcomplicating the dialogue?”
At a retail event, the response “loss prevention” is sufficient, or maybe “asset protection,” depending on the retailer. At Read More