Loss Prevention

Where Were You on the Morning of September 11? Part 2

LP Magazine shares perspectives and memories from loss prevention executives about the September 11, 2001, attacks.

Where Were You on the Morning of September 11? Part 3

LP Magazine shares perspectives and memories from loss prevention executives about the September 11, 2001, attacks.

When to Trust Your Gut (and When Not to) When Making Critical Loss Prevention...

Some call it the initial sniff test. Others use a less-flattering term to describe it. It's your initial gut reaction to a new, unresearched...

Controlling Retail Shrink in Stores with No Loss Prevention

How are shoplifting and other retail shrink concerns managed in retail stores with no loss prevention team?

The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) Announces New Board Member

The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) has announced the selection of its newest board member to assist in governing and providing strategic direction for the...

Industry Leader Mike Lamb Announces His Retirement

Mike Lamb, LPC, vice president of asset protection, today announced his retirement from the Kroger Company. A fixture in loss prevention and asset protection...

Total Retail Loss 2.0: Moving Beyond the Theory

Since its introduction in 2016, the Total Retail Loss concept has received critical acclaim across the globe, stimulated debate about what constitutes retail “loss,” and discussion about what the future role of the LP function might be. New research addressed how it has been implemented, its effectiveness, and what changes to the theory are required.
NRSS 2020 report

Retail Shrink Increased in 2019 Amid Rising Employee Theft, Shoplifting, ORC

Theft, fraud, and losses from other retail “shrink” totaled $61.7 billion in 2019, up from $50.6 billion in 2018 according to the 2020 NRSS report.
Conversation with CAP

Unemployment and Crime—A Conversation with CAP Episode 2

Professor Adrian Beck and CAP Index EVP Walter Palmer discuss how changes in unemployment result in a change in the crime rate.
At the Supermarket: Checkout Counter Professional Cashier Scans Groceries and Food Items

The Robin Hood Dilemma of Retail

The same trusted employees who work overtime during this global pandemic to serve retail customers are becoming “social bandits” like Robin Hood.
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