The unique setting of the Town Hall Meeting provided an opportunity for LP and AP leaders and solution partners to discuss current topics in the industry.
Beyond debate over definitions and dollars lost is the lived experience of customers and store workers being victimized in violent store takeovers.
The Loss Prevention Magazine (LPM) and Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF)’s Town Hall Meeting kicked off with a bang yesterday, May 18.
To help meet the challenges of ORC, rising workplace violence, and the increasing need for retail to work with law enforcement, Axon Loss Prevention Solutions are now available to LP and retail security leaders.
Even in the era of big data—when too much information is as likely a complaint as too little—stores or LP teams may not know what to make of certain safety or security issues.
We recently met with leaders from CVS Health, Rite Aid, and Walgreens who are directing the efforts against ORC to get their insights into the current challenges.
The first Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) Asset Protection Conference in three years ended on a high note yesterday, April 27.
Yesterday, the conference kicked off with welcome remarks from RILA President Brian Dodge, as he explained how loss prevention is more important than ever.
The subject of working smarter with LP technology was addressed at the Retail Council of Canada’s annual Loss Prevention Forum, held virtually April 12.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)’s Retail Asset Protection Conference officially started yesterday at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla.