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The Biggest News in Loss Prevention: February 18 – 24

Police Kill Suspected Shoplifter after Foot Chase | More Retailers Buy Guns for Protection | New Zealand's Most Prolific Retail Crime Couple Faces 80 Charges

Loss Prevention Benevolent Fund Announces New Leadership

The Loss Prevention Benevolent Fund (LPBF) has announced changes in leadership of the fund.

The LPF and Sensormatic Hosting Webinar on the State of Asset Protection

Join a team of experts as they discuss current mega-trends like digitization, experiential retailing, sustainability (and more), and how all these trends fit into the bigger picture of asset protection.

Having Trouble Getting the EAS and RFID Solutions You Need?

Whether your asset protection program requires AM, RF, RFID, or a combination of technologies, CONTROLTEK offers a comprehensive portfolio of EAS and RFID tags and systems to fit your needs.

Prosegur Security Launches eRibbon

Prosegur Security, a global provider of security technology, has launched eRibbon, promising to transform how high-shrink apparel is tracked from manufacture to the sale.

Interface Unveils New Brand Identity

With a new logo and website, the rebrand builds upon the company’s 27+ years of strength, stability, and growth, and underscores Interface’s mission to simplify operations, maximize ROI, and deliver relentless customer support for the nation’s top multi-location brands.

The Biggest News in Loss Prevention: February 11 – 17

El Paso Mall Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Injured | Legislation on Retail Theft Introduced in Alabama | Buffalo Grocery Store Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison

7-Eleven Storefront Crash Settlement Highlights Importance of Retail Security and Perimeter Security

On Feb. 6, a Chicago-area man received a record-breaking $91 million settlement from 7-Eleven after losing both his legs in an accidental crash outside one of the company’s stores in Bensenville, Illinois, in 2017.

Retail Sales Picked Up in January as Job and Wage Growth and Easing Inflation...

Retail sales bounced back strongly in January as inflation eased and income grew, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).
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February Imports Expected to be Lowest in 3 Years

Import cargo volume at the nation’s major container ports is expected to drop to nearly its lowest level since the beginning of the pandemic this month, according to the Global Port Tracker report released by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates.
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