Today’s loss prevention requirements are vastly different from those of yesterday. Luckily, these solution provider partners are up to the challenge.
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Articles by James Lee, LPC
EDITOR’S NOTE: Our annual magazine editorial board meeting was held in Philadelphia on October 10-12, 2018. The three-day event was colocated with our friends from the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), who held their fall Asset Protection Leaders Council meeting as well as the Loss Prevention Foundation’s yearly board of
Once upon a time many years ago when I was very young, ASIS announced a new certification program called the CPP, which stood for certified protection professional. I received a call asking me if I would consider being “grandfathered” in as a CPP—no study and no exam. Interesting offer, I
EDITORS NOTE: Kevin Valentine, CFI, LPC, retired at the end of 2017 as senior vice president of internal audit, loss prevention, and enterprise risk management for Signet Jewelers. He spent more than 35 years with the company in various management roles. During his career, Valentine was active in the loss
What to do this October in Philadelphia? Visit the Liberty Bell and see the crack in the bell. Visit the Museum of Art and run up the Rocky steps. Stand where a nation gave birth to Independence. Order up a Philly cheesesteak. And attend the LP Magazine annual meeting at
EDITOR’S NOTE: Chad McIntosh is the vice president of loss prevention and risk management for Bloomingdale’s. He has more than forty years of loss prevention experience with companies that include Macy’s, Polo Ralph Lauren, and The Home Depot. Throughout his career, McIntosh has been highly active in the loss prevention
After traveling for over 40 years, I’ve discovered that some places are more special than others to visit. Not just for work, but for the before and after hours. You should always enjoy the city as much as the company you are working for or with.
If you’re a young person in this business and think you have to work seven days a week—or even six—you are sadly mistaken. Don’t confuse work effort with work results.
“In 1995, our president and CEO said to Hibbett Sports store employees: Your first job with the company is to protect the assets of the company.”