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Protecting Lone Workers Now and In the Future

The economic slowdown created by the pandemic forced retail chains to change their business models, which included cutting back on staff.
Nathan Bandaries

LPM Magpie Awards: Nathan Bandaries, Excellence in Investigations

Bandaries has held LP positions with Kmart, Home Depot, and Family Dollar before joining Albertsons in 2015 where he is corporate manager of ORC.
cargo ship

Biden, Ports, Unions, and Retailers Promise to Save the Supply Chain

U.S. President Joe Biden held a meeting today with retailers, port leaders, and unions to discuss how to solve the many supply chain issues caused by COVID-19.

WEBINAR: ORCAs in Action Fall Summit

This virtual ORCAS in Action Fall Summit is part of the ongoing loss prevention industry fight against organized retail crime.
holiday online shopping

Is Your Retail Business Ready to Fight Fraud This Holiday Season?

An increase in online and offline transactions means that the perfect opportunity exists for cybercriminals to intensify the scale of their attacks everywhere, including retail businesses.
John Liesching

LPM Magpie Awards: John Liesching, Excellence in Leadership

Liesching spent more than 25 years in retail consulting before joining CVS Health, solving complex issues across all facets of retail.

Role Reversal? The LP Fusion Center Offers Some Unique Opportunities.

As part of the upcoming CLEAR/FLEPRU conference, retailers are encouraged to participate in the LP Fusion Center.
Fake COVID vaccination card

Fake Vaccination Cards Spread as Delta Variant Ramps Up

As the Delta variant of the coronavirus continues to sweep the nation, thousands of counterfeit COVID-19 vaccine cards have started to flood the country.
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Liar, Liar! Why Aren’t Their Pants on Fire?

Behavior is an important part of communication but should not be solely used to classify the subject as innocent or guilty.
organized retail crime

What Is Organized Retail Crime?

Organized retail crime involves two or more persons obtaining retail merchandise through theft and fraud as part of an unlawful enterprise.
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