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Hurricane Katrina

Last to Close, First to Open: The Retailers’ Guide to Hurricane Preparation

A guide on how to properly deal with complicated and unexpected hurricane and tropical storms preparedness in the retail world.

$10,000 Raised for LP Benevolent Fund at RILA

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.

Retail Council of Canada Shares Industry Insights at Loss Prevention Forum

The Retail Council of Canada (RCC) hosted its annual Loss Prevention Forum Tuesday, April 12, through a virtual format.

ISC West 2022 Shows Security’s Expanding Focus on Retail

Three years after the last regularly scheduled ISC West, the massive physical security conference returned to Las Vegas last week, March 22-25, bigger and better than ever.

5 Ways to Leverage Surveillance in an Active Shooter Scenario

In an active shooter situation, businesses need to know how to leverage their surveillance capabilities. During these scenarios, every second counts.

Retail Security and the Industry’s Labor Challenge Go Hand-in-hand

Recent disturbing incidents of store violence underscore the pressing need for society to do more to protect retail associates from harm at work.
broken glass

LPM SURVEY: Storefront Security and Emergency Response

Break-ins and break-in attempts are always a concern for retailers. Please complete our survey to share your thoughts and perspectives.
Crisis management tabletop exercise

An Exercise in Crisis Response | Ep. 61

In this podcast, hear a panel of experts take part in an interactive crisis tabletop discussion reviewing a series of emergency scenarios.
Crisis management tabletop exercise

ON-DEMAND: An Exercise in Crisis Response

Our panel of experts take part in an interactive tabletop exercise of crisis scenarios including severe weather, civil unrest, active threat, and a “wild card” event.

Protecting Lone Workers Now and In the Future

The economic slowdown created by the pandemic forced retail chains to change their business models, which included cutting back on staff.
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