Professional excellence requires dedication and responsibility, and is something that the best continuously strive to achieve. In order to maximize potential, it is therefore essential that professional development is seen as an ongoing process. We should always be looking for ways to improve our skills, abilities, and base of knowledge as a means to maximize performance. Loss prevention certification is a means of establishing and validating that standard of excellence.
The Loss Prevention Foundation celebrates the Certified LP professional
“As a business professional that specializes in Loss Prevention, I felt more of an accomplishment completing the LPC course than I did receiving my Master’s degree in Criminology. The course is a challenge, but well worth the time. One should not take the loss prevention certification lightly. We should see it as a tool to further our education and our insight into the industry that we all call our profession. Every time another in our industry becomes LPC certified, we add relevance and credibility to our being.”
James Contakos, LPC
Regional Loss Prevention Manager
Loss prevention certification is an investment that we make in ourselves. It is not simply a commitment to higher learning, but also a dedication to reach a higher standard. Each of these individuals is helping to raise the bar for the profession; and has earned both their designation and respect of the loss prevention community.
The Loss Prevention Foundation is pleased to recognize and congratulate the following individuals who have successfully completed all of the requirements set forth by the board of directors to be LPQualified (LPQ) and/or LPCertified (LPC).
Daryl Blackmore, LPC
Michelle Brown, LPC
James Diemer, LPC
Robert DoCarmo, LPC
Deborah Lanford, LPC
Michael Moore, LPC
Elizabeth Rush, LPC
Patricia Smith, LPC
Graham Twidale, LPC
Tera Tylliros, LPC
Leonard Davis, LPQ
Josephine Henderson, LPQ
Kenneth Labadie, LPQ
Mark Ortega, LPQ
Vincent Palumbo, LPQ
Stephen Rickey, LPQ
The retail industry is extremely competitive, and loss prevention has become an integral component of a successful retail model. In order to remain successful our professional competencies must include flexibility, strong problem-solving and decision making skills, a superior knowledge base, and an ability to effectively apply our knowledge and experience to the diverse situations that we face on a day-to-day basis.
It is our responsibility to manage the process; driven by individual learning experiences and carrying a personal signature for success. Continuing education, training and skills development, lifelong learning activities, intellectual nourishment and exposure to new ideas all contribute to that plan. Are you taking the necessary steps?
To view the Recently Certified for December 2015, click here.
For more information on loss prevention certification and the certification process, contact the Loss Prevention Foundation at www.losspreventionfoundation.org