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Loss Prevention Magazine

Calendar: May/June 2016

May 3, 2016
Dallas Cyber Security Summit
Omni Dallas (TX) Hotel
cybersummitusa.com

June 14–16, 2016
National Retail Federation NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference & Expo
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA
nrfprotect16.nrf.com

June 30, 2016
DC/Metro Cyber Security Summit
Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner
McLean, VA
cybersummitusa.com

July 18–20, 2016
Security100 Summits Security100 Retail
Chateau Elan Winery & Resort
Braselton, GA
security100summits.com

July 24–27, 2016
Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association Annual Conference
La

People on the Move

People on the Move: May-June 2016

Mark Suppe is now a Territory Director of LP for Burlington Stores.

Nate Salazar is now Divisional AP and Safety Manager for Cabela’s.

CarMax announced the following changes: Craig Cronheim, CFI to VP of HR and LP and Eric Chase, CFI to Assistant VP of LP.

Lisa Benson, CFI was appointed VP, Global

People on the Move

People On the Move: March-April 2016

Kevin Hazel is now a Security Analyst for ALDI.

Michael Buck is now an LP Coordinator for Barnes & Noble.

George McDowell is an Area AP Leader at Big Lots.

Andrew Buchanan, CFI was appointed Director of LP for Calgary Co-Op.

Raymond Sosa, MBA, CFI is now Director of LP at CVS Health.

Anthony Rodriguez

People on the Move

People On the Move: January-February 2016

Blue Montez has been appointed Vice President of Risk Management for American Apparel.

George Schweitzer, CFI was named Zone AP Leader, and Richard Stidham is now an Area AP Leader for Big Lots.

Adam Fulton has a new position as Regional LP Manager for Cracker Barrel.

Sherry Nichols is now a Regional LP Manager

LP 101: Data Protection and Privacy

Data Protection

LP 101: Data Protection and Privacy

Building a successful career in loss prevention has always been predicated on the commitment to professional growth and development. Working in a business as dynamic as retail, it is essential that we remain flexible in our methods and progressive in our approach to data protection. As the business moves forward

Retail Fraud

NRF Return Fraud Survey Seeking Input from Retailers

The National Retail Federation’s 10th annual Return Fraud Survey is currently under way, and we are looking for your participation to help provide the entire retail industry with the most complete and productive survey to date.
Return fraud costs retailers billions of dollars every year and continues to present challenges for