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The Excellent Life of Bob MacLea

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Active Shooter Protocol for Stores

Active Shooter Protocol for Stores

Retail stores, especially big-box and department stores, face a legitimate worry that an individual bent on inflicting mass casualties might pick their establishment to do it, as the frequency of such attacks has never been greater. In just the first three weeks of 2018, for example, there were eleven school   Read More


Safety and Security in LP

Following are a few article summaries that can provide you with a small taste of the original content available to you every day through our daily digital offerings, which are offered free through LossPreventionMedia.com. In addition to our daily newsletter, a comprehensive library of original content is available to our   Read More


Recapping Fifteen Years of LP Magazine

Recapping Fifteen Years of LP Magazine

Bill Turner, LPC, has been a reader and contributor to Loss Prevention magazine (now LP Magazine) since its inception in 2001. Now, as the publication celebrates its 15-year anniversary, Turner looks back at the publication’s past five years in a feature article in the January-February 2017 issue. This third and   Read More


Building an LP Department Focused on People

Building an LP Department Focused on People

EDITORS NOTE: David Shugan, CFI, is the senior director of loss prevention for Carters based in Atlanta. Prior to taking over the leadership role at Carters, he was manager of investigations at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Before that, he held LP management positions with Pacific Sunwear and Chernins Shoes.   Read More


LP101: Loss Prevention Investigations

LP101: Loss Prevention Investigations

Loss prevention investigations are just one of the many specialized elements that are part of an accomplished loss prevention program. Each of these functions is vital to the success of the program, and the understanding and application of each component is an integral part of your professional development. It is   Read More


2016 National Retail Security Survey Results Released

2016 National Retail Security Survey Results Released

Results from the 25th annual National Retail Security Survey (NRSS) were recently released at the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) PROTECT Conference, which was held in Philadelphia in June.

In his Academic Viewpoint column for the July-August 2016 issue of LP Magazine, Richard Hollinger, Ph.D., reveals a number of key findings from   Read More


The Must-Have Qualities of Loss Prevention Associates

The Must-Have Qualities of Loss Prevention Associates

The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) Future of LP Working Group has recently been talking about loss prevention associates of the future. What skill sets are important today? What qualifications and abilities will be in demand down the road?

One thing is certain: loss prevention must keep up with the ever-evolving   Read More