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Karl F. Langhorst, CPP, CFI

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KARL F. LANGHORST, CPP, CFI, is a well-known asset protection professional with over thirty years of experience in retail and distribution centers, including leadership roles with The Kroger Co. and Safeway. He currently serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Criminal Justice and as a senior advisor to ALTO USA. He can be reached at langhokl (at) ucmail.uc (dot) edu.

Some Los Angeles Retailers See Reduced Shoplifting during the COVID-19 Outbreak

ALTO has been analyzing data to see if the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted external theft activity in the Los Angeles area market. Here are the results.
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Recruiting Quality LP Associates via Internship Programs

Asset protection continues to be the great unknown for many college students seeking careers. Few are aware of the diverse and rewarding careers that await in the industry. Fortunately for the LP industry, large reservoirs of quality candidates are eager to find rewarding careers. However, only a few asset protection leaders have cast their recruiting nets into these bountiful waters.

Is ORC on the Rise? Just Ask Your Store Associates.

If organized retail crime (ORC) continues to plague retailers as recent studies indicate, why are some retailers cutting their ORC investigative staff and seemingly...
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A Formula for Fighting Organized Retail Theft

What started out as a small meeting in Houston to discuss the problem of infant formula theft led to arguably one of the most...
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