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Hundreds of retailers joined an interactive webinar that includes real-time polling questions on relatable topics. Retail Disruption: Impact on Asset Protection illuminates shared insights...
Contemporary loss prevention professionals still maintain responsibility for retail security. But they also must handle employee theft issues, data protection, safety and risk management, inventory audits, legal compliance, and matters related to organized retail crime and fraud.
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has recently released the roll call of names of 371 US law enforcement officers who have died...
The NRSS indicates that shoplifting accounted for 35.7 percent of the reported shrink in 2017, which is down from 39.3 percent in 2016.
The ECR Community Shrinkage and On-shelf Availability Group recently conducted a two-year study on identifying self-checkout problems and their associated risks to the bottom line.
How much stock can we put into the information recounted by a witness? Are they remembering everything that they observed? How does memory work, anyway?
Theft isn't the only source of loss in the supply chain, and the e-commerce environment's increasingly splintered transportation network is causing issues with more far-reaching consequences than revenue loss.
In a recent interview, Scrofani divulges how, as an economics and finance major in college, he had plans to work on Wall Street. But his interest in finance gradually grew into a fascination with the world of loss prevention — and an eventual career shift.
Examples of the ways in which retailers today respond to criminal behavior are found throughout a feature article by Walter E. Palmer, CFI, CFE, and Jacque Brittain, LPC, who produced the piece for the January-February 2019 issue of LP Magazine.
Choosing to show restraint, to allow a shoplifter walk away, and to accept the outcome of loss is a tough decision for an LP professional to make—especially when you're faced with insults, threats, or simply frustration at the perceived injustice.