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Loss Prevention Foundation is Hosting Fall Board of Directors Meeting

The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) is holding its Annual Fall Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, in Mooresville, N.C. LPF Partners, Board of Directors, and invited guests will be in attendance.

“I’m thrilled that we are able to have our LPF Board Meeting in-person this year,” said LPF President Terry Sullivan. “The last time we were able to do this was in 2019. I’m really looking forward to seeing so many of our colleagues and discussing the state of retail, all we have accomplished in the past year, and planning for 2022.”

The LPF Board of Directors holds meetings twice a year. At the upcoming meeting, several topics will be covered including: the recently updated LPC course, a progress report on the LPQ course update (to be rereleased in Q1 2022), and LPF Learning Days. The meeting will finish with a Town Hall Discussion on several topics pertinent to the loss prevention/ asset protection industry. Topics include ORC, disruptive behavior/ critical incidents, self-checkout, disruptive technology, and more.

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