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In 2018, readers were most interested in posts about organized retail crime associations, offender perspectives on self-checkout theft, and the latest research on loss prevention analytics applications.
While there are famous cases of psychopathic individuals committing crimes, the majority of criminals have a conscience that’s functioning just fine. Without deploying careful defense mechanisms, the cognitive dissonance caused by their guilt would eat them alive
LP success stories, the world of loss prevention according to Paul Jones, and undercover vs. visible LP — these are the topics that drew the attention of retail security readers in 2018.
In 2018, readers wanted to know more about Rite Aid's crowdsourcing investigations tool, the top (FREE) tools to help with social media investigations, and what it's like to find and buy EAS detachers online as a shoplifter, among other technology topics.
From injury prevention to shoplifter apprehension risks, from facial recognition technology drawbacks to the operational implementation of omni-channel, the latest issue of LPM Online gives you the information you need to become a better industry pro.
In 2018, readers wanted to know more about Walmart asset protection, the roles of women in LP, and the life and legacy of Bob MacLea.
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.
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 do people steal?
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.
Stores are packed to the brim with bustling gift-getters, and every second an associate spends dealing with potential holiday theft is a missed sales opportunity.