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If employees feel they don’t have an audience to which they can report safety concerns, they may instead turn to safety enforcement agencies. Read More
We read with interest the Women of Loss Prevention survey in the May-June and July-August 2018 editions of LP Magazine. From our own experience during the last 35 years, we have seen a significant change in the genders, racial mixture, and ages of those attending our training programs. When we Read More
A comprehensive approach to addressing a workplace violence incident involves these seven steps. Read More
In a 2016 survey of retail loss prevention executives, staff turnover and retention of staff was identified as a cause of concern. “Attracting and retaining a good caliber of loss protection professional at regional and street level [is problematic],” said one respondent in the report by Professor Martin Gill, Retail Read More
Loss prevention and retail executives’ careers are dramatically altered when workplace violence impacts their business. The loss of human life, coupled with the loss of trust by coworkers and senior executives, puts careers in jeopardy when on-the-job violence strikes. Whether the acts of workplace violence are the result of an Read More
By Frank Devlin
Once, a distribution center supervisor told me about their former logistics loss prevention manager. During management meetings, this fellow took great pride in informing the management team of his dedication and skills for discouraging potential warehouse theft perpetrators.
He would recall the days when he hid in a dumpster during the Read More
Dahua Technology USA has recently launched its proprietary Enhanced Power Over Ethernet (ePoE) to combat the limited transmission distances inherent to standard network devices.
“ePoE will boost the functionality of a video surveillance system thanks to improved transmission distances,” said Jennifer Hackenburg, senior product marketing manager, Dahua Technology USA. “By extending Read More
March Networks has recently introduced its new March Networks Command™ Center. An enterprise-class software solution, Command Center provides organizations with easy-to-use surveillance video display and control, as well as intelligent alarm management and escalation. Highly flexible, the solution supports advanced monitoring and real-time incident assessment in large-scale security operations centers Read More
March Networks and Patriot One Technologies Inc., developer of a revolutionary weapons detection system, recently announced an integration that offers video-enabled covert weapon detection notifications to aid visual verification of potential threats and reconstruct incidents by providing clear video and data evidence to support investigations.
By combining real-time covert weapon detection Read More