Especially when involved in a profession that is evolving as quickly as retail loss prevention, career growth is essential to professional survival.
The Florida Law Enforcement Property Recovery Unit (FLEPRU) organization revealed the agenda for their 2019 Training Conference set for November 5-7 in Orlando. The...
At a keynote presentation at NRF Protect last month, a panel of industry leaders was shown data that 65 percent of retailers provide active shooter training and was asked—why aren’t we at 100 percent? Check out the 12 core elements that should be in any training program, plus questions you should ask to assess training providers.
Interview with Sarah Torrez, CFI, LPC Torrez’s loss prevention career spans twenty-seven years, starting as a part-time store detective with CVS drug stores. She held...
There are many different ways to evaluate our career vision and professional aspirations. But what is most important is that we find the path that fits us best.
Immediately following the conclusion of their ninth annual training conference in Myrtle Beach last year, the board of directors for the national Coalition of...
“Over the next several days loss prevention professionals will have the opportunity to equip themselves with valuable industry knowledge, techniques, and the latest technologies so they can tackle their biggest loss prevention challenges” said NRF executive Bob Moraca.
More than 120 golfers and volunteers from across the lLP community assembled in California to share fun and raise money to support the industry at the second annual Swing for Certification golf tournament.
A few things lately have made me reminisce about some of my firsts, and I’ve come up with a list of tips for first-timers.
Huge congrats to these LP professionals on their recent career moves.