Three executives from RILA explained how their organization is working with retail members to push for federal and state legislation that would increase penalties for ORC.
The Loss Prevention Foundation announced that more than 3,000 loss prevention professionals have officially earned either their LPQ or LPC certification.
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.
The Loss Prevention Magazine (LPM) and Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF)’s Town Hall Meeting kicked off with a bang yesterday, May 18.
The LPRC conducts research on ORC through individual projects and working groups because they know you must understand a problem before you can effectively address it.
All proceeds go directly to the LP Benevolent Fund to assist loss prevention and asset protection professionals and their families who have been injured or killed while on the job.
We recently met with leaders from CVS Health, Rite Aid, and Walgreens who are directing the efforts against ORC to get their insights into the current challenges.
Advisory Board Members work to advance the mission of the magazine by providing timely, relevant information to the industry.
Each year, select industry leaders are recognized for their lifetime of contributions to the retail loss prevention industry as they are inducted into the Loss Prevention Hall of Honor.
The National Fraternal Order of Police sent a letter to Congress urging them to support the Integrity, Notification, and Fairness in Online Retail Marketplaces (INFORM) for Consumers Act.