The retail model of a store like Goodwill is a unique one. When you’re faced with handling loss prevention in an environment that accepts and sells donated goods—where traditional inventory tracking is a foreign concept—it can present some unusual challenges.
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On the surface, supply-chain risk management has a simple goal: to identify and mitigate risks along the supply chain to ensure maximum security. With a closer look, however, the the elements at play get a little more complex.
For a recent research study, the LPRC conducted a series of interviews with past offenders about the impact the ALTO Alliance strategy might have on deterring theft.
Artificial intelligence tools are now becoming a seamless part of our everyday lives. Just ask Alexa. Or Siri. Or the customer support chatbot for Lyft, Spotify, or Whole Foods. It stands to reason that retail loss prevention should be leveraging this new, valuable technology for its own toolkits as well.
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The use of geospatial predictive analytics as a key tool in the fight against organized retail crime (ORC) is the subject of a feature article in the October 2018 issue of LPM Online.
Students from the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) Student Mentor program worked alongside the asset protection team from The Kroger Co to dig deep into the data and use predictive modeling to help make recommendations about problem areas.
The amount of change Chad McIntosh has seen with Bloomingdale’s loss prevention department over the years has been remarkable. Read more in the exclusive interview in the September-October issue of LP Magazine.