When considering the impact of a commercial burglary, it's tempting to focus solely on the items stolen. However, the true cost of this type of crime is more far-reaching and includes property damage and repair, loss of trade, customer dissatisfaction, management time in dealing with the issue, and more.
After hearing loss prevention leaders describe recent efforts to enhance the security of their stores after closing, it becomes immediately clear that the long,...
Security customers today are typically savvy enough to moderate their expectations based on the cost of the service they're paying for, but that once those expectations are set, providers can't afford to fall short.
Sometimes, new retail security solutions or strategies cut costs far beyond what LP was thinking would happen. In other cases, cost savings disappoint. A national study by SDR/LPM looked at this expectation gap.
Some retailers may see expansive possibilities for using drones for security purposes and choose to be early adopters, but most are likely to take a slower approach.
There are just three dogs in the United States trained to find electronic components with their noses. Bear, an electronics-sniffing black Labrador, is one of them.
If given the choice, a criminal would prefer to work behind closed doors or covered/cluttered windows. The Clear Zone program was developed to discourage robberies by placing the robber on stage.
Check out EyeOnLP’s recap video of the INNOVISON 2018 event, an invitation-only conference for LP, AP, and safety professionals.
What started out a few years ago as a phenomenon that used social networking sites to gather a group of people in a public...
Contemporary loss prevention policies in the retail industry are a consequence of the so-called “litigation explosion” that dates back to the early to mid-1980s....