The LPRC plays an important role in the retail LP industry. Learn how it came into being and how it has evolved over the past two decades.
This week's update of the latest COVID-19 information to help you protect yourself and your family as well as aid LP organizations responding to the epidemic.
When it comes to mall security, retail tenants, employees and shoppers all need to feel secure. Utilize these strategies to improve your security.
G4S announced it will hire more than 15,000 new team members in priority markets across the US over the next two months.
With hundreds of COVID-19 cases reported daily, Los Angeles and Chicago are two of the metropolitan areas hardest hit by the pandemic. Residents have...
The CAP Index analytics team examined retail crime reported in March in the Los Angeles area and highlight several preliminary trends affecting retailers.
While some companies had to shut their doors either by choice or by mandate, every retailer is affected by this unprecedented global event. There are a number of steps retailers can take, however, to prepare for the unknown as well as protect themselves, their associates, customers, and communities during an emergency event.
The Security Executive Council is renaming its Global Security Operations Center Best Practices Group to better convey the high level of energy and innovation in the group and in the operations center and fusion center fields overall.
LPM interviewed more than one dozen retail security consultants, industry leaders, and LP executives and asked what they think about different security tools and strategies to prevent after-hours store break-ins. Their responses focused on 7 tactics retailers should consider.
Retailers are often faced with protests by striking workers or picketing consumers that can lead to potentially damaging publicity. An analysis of security mistakes by retailers provides a number of useful ideas for both corporate and store-level employees for mitigating damaging fallout from protests.