The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) has partnered with American Public University System (APUS), the accredited institution comprised of American Public University (APU) and American Military University (AMU).
Over the course of four months, students in the UT MSBA program worked closely with asset protection professionals at 7-Eleven to fully understand the organization’s business model and develop hypotheses about how analytics might be used to identify fraudulent activity.
David Shugan, CFI, is the senior director of loss prevention for Carter’s based in Atlanta. Prior to taking over the leadership role at Carter’s, he was manager of investigations at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.
LP Magazine was lucky to be a part of the 2015 Restaurant Loss Prevention and Security Association (RLPSA) conference with an outstanding keynote presentation by former NFL pro football star Eric Boles.
In honor of the upcoming RLPSA event (well, OK, and maybe because it's Throwback Thursday), we're sharing EyeOnLP's interview with key security experts from McDonald's from last year's RLPSA conference.
Case management and audit software applications are one of the ways that retail loss prevention departments across the country are leveraging the latest loss prevention technologies to support the mission and vision of their company’s loss prevention efforts.
Coverage of day two of the 2016 Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) Asset Protection Conference by the EyeOnLP video team provides a summary of activities from University of Texas student projects to innovation awards to a peek at next year’s conference.