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Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention

Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention

Based on another project, I have spent two months combing over every issue of Loss Prevention magazine. Being a reader from the very beginning and contributing content every now and then, I thought I was pretty familiar with the magazine’s history, its development, and the changes in the industry over   Read More


Supporting the Mission of Giving Back to the Community

Supporting the Mission of Giving Back to the Community

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago is one of the largest of more than 180 independently operating Goodwill agencies in North America in terms of annual revenue, number of programs, and the number of people in the community served. The organization currently employs over 4,245 employees working in sixty-nine program locations in twenty-three   Read More


12 Months Into Becoming World Class

12 Months Into Becoming World Class

Many loss prevention professionals begin their career in established departments where they are lured to the structured succession planning, continuing programs, and enduring policies. However, there are LP executives recruited to develop a department or strategically expand an existing department. Their role is to develop and coordinate an infrastructure necessary to execute new   Read More


Focusing on Execution

Focusing on Execution

EDITOR’S NOTE: Keith L. White is senior vice president of loss prevention and corporate administration for Gap Inc., one of the world’s largest specialty retailers with three highly recognized apparel brands—Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy. 

White began his career in 1986 as a loss prevention supervisor with a discount retailer in Chicago where he   Read More


Reorganizing Loss Prevention through Talent and Technology

Reorganizing Loss Prevention through Talent and Technology

EDITOR’S NOTE: Paul Jones is senior vice president of loss prevention for Limited Brands. He is responsible for overseeing the loss prevention, shortage control, and safety functions for over 4,000 specialty retail stores, the supply-chain function, call centers, headquarters, and sixteen world-wide offices. Limited Brands includes Express, The Limited, Victoria’s Secret, Victoria’s   Read More