New Study on Lies Provides Insight for Investigators
A new report shows that how interviewees answer questions could be a useful signal to detect when they are trying to be deceptive.
Loss Prevention Leaders Share Insights at LPF Town Hall Meeting
The unique setting of the Town Hall Meeting provided an opportunity for LP and AP leaders and solution partners to discuss current topics in the industry.
Asset Protection for the Small Business
The protection of company assets in the small office is normally very informal and left to the honesty of the employees. Unfortunately, this is not always effective and appropriate.
Interview and Interrogation Training: The Five Types of Lies
When trying to obtain the truth from a dishonest employee or other interview, we typically see five types of lies. Here they are.
The Hidden Cause of Employee Theft and How to Stop It
There are many ways your employees can steal from you. From the “borrowing” of office supplies to overreporting of hours, there’s no one with greater opportunity to help themselves to your company assets.
How NASP’s Better Choices Program Helps Retailers Manage Internal Dishonesty | Ep. 64
Mike Lamb explains how NASP's Better Choices Program gives retailers an option for retaining dishonest employees through education.
Using Data to Stop Four Types of Discount Fraud
Discounting can be a perfectly legitimate practice, which makes it difficult to sort the valid transactions from the improper ones.
The Power of Integrated Technologies in Retail
As the obstacles that retail environments face become more complex, the solutions used to secure those environments need to follow suit.
25 Tips for Preventing, Detecting, and Responding to Today’s Insider Threat
The insider threat has evolved beyond employee bag checks and POS cameras. Never have retailers been so vulnerable to dishonesty or retribution.
Retail Theft Survey Finds Case Values Increased in 2020
Jack L. Hayes International’s 33rd Annual Retail Theft Survey reports on over 184,000 shoplifters and dishonest employee apprehensions in 2020.