The LPCertified course has been completely updated and revised and is now available for those wanting to advance their careers.
By becoming a Doctorate level partner, Prosegur continues to set an example to the industry regarding the importance of continued education.
Two retail loss prevention professionals from Whole Foods Market and Meijer tell why they chose to earn loss prevention certifications.
Meredith Plaxco, LPC from PetSmart and Oscar Arango with Target have been approved to serve on the LPF Board of Directors.
Lou Dilorenzo, LPC, of Allied Universal, and Mike Downs, LPQ, from AFA, offer their perspectives of why certification is important for vendors.
The LPC is a great all-around course to learn the different components of LP all the way up to running a department.
I first learned about the LPC at the NRF with Gene Smith and Jim Lee talking about the need for a mechanism to measure proficiency within the LP industry.
Raymond J. Sosa, LPC is a division asset protection director for CVS Health, where his team supports over 1,000 stores and pharmacies.
The LPC designation has been a true benefit for me personally and professionally. The recognition by others as an industry standard continues to elevate the profession.
Troy Harding, LPC, has worked in the retail industry with The Kroger Co. for 28 years and has been the director of asset protection for the past two. Previous roles with the company have included store manager, district coordinator, district manager, and division retail operations manager.