Leveraging the Loss Prevention Research Council’s (LPRC’s) five zones of influence framework, many retailers implement solutions at each layer of the zones to reduce opportunities or incentives for violence. Read More
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Interviewing active shoplifters is the most interesting part of my job. For an hour, I speak as seldom as I can. I listen, and I observe. What they have to say is fascinating. Their actions and mannerisms weave together with their words like a code waiting to be cracked. Why Read More
There have always been arguments for and against each type of security staffing strategy, explains Breck Ellison [shown], COO of Gallaher and Associates , a Tennessee security and safety company. Read More
For a recent research study, the LPRC conducted a series of interviews with past offenders about the impact the ALTO Alliance strategy might have on deterring theft. Read More
With the incredible depth and breadth of the responsibilities that come under the industry’s umbrella, it is unfortunate that the public has little understanding of all the industry does to protect the community far beyond catching shoplifters. [Sponsored] Read More
By Jack Trlica
Research in the loss prevention industry is alive and well on both sides of the Atlantic. Several organizations are growing our body of knowledge related to asset protection and controlling shrink through numerous ongoing surveys and research projects.
National Retail Security Survey
Earlier this summer the National Retail Federation (NRF) published the Read More
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The first of October was another first for me. I attended the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) IMPACT conference for the first time, in muggy but beautiful Gainesville, FL. Read More
By Jack Trlica
From advanced spatial analysis to the value of analytics in LP, from a department store case study of artificial intelligence to an LPRC research study comprised of in-person offender interviewers, the latest issue of LPM Online gives you the information you need to become a better industry pro. Read More