The critical necessity of preventing loss and theft to physical goods has not been supplanted—but it has certainly been added to. [Sponsored]
Sponsored by InstaKey Keys go missing all the time. Millions of keys are lost every year in the United States. It's human nature to lose...
Steve Sell leads the global sales and marketing strategy at CONTROLTEK. He has over twenty years of retail experience and has held strategic roles...
The stakes for retailers are immense. Because most misdemeanor crime is petty larceny, they are the principal victims when states raise felony thresholds to reduce incarceration. [Sponsored]
Retailers can not only have an impact but also, as the victim of the crime, be the driving force in the effort to address repeat offenses to improve safety throughout the community.
Not every solution needs to feed into the crime prevention arms race. An important foundation, say researchers and industry experts, is for retailers to assess whether their basic control policies and procedures might be inadvertently contributing to employee dishonesty.
The convenience of today's app-driven world is all around us. Whether we're on the road, ordering a ride or mapping a route, or at work, creating notes, scheduling a meeting, or getting a reminder that we have a meeting, the convenience is there.
The upheaval in physical retail has had multiple ramifications for loss prevention professionals, but perhaps none more pronounced than its impact on which projects LP should advocate.
Traditionally, cash management systems have focused almost solely on security. While it's certainly a fundamental element—and one no less critical today—enhanced security features have done little to improve or advance the cash management function.
Rhett Asher is the executive vice president and director of retail solutions for Fortalice Solutions. He has over 25 years of leadership experience in...