Nedap, a global leader in RFID retail solutions, will share their expertise by contributing to the new RFID content for the LPC and LPQ certification courses. Read More
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Tyson Robertson has more than twenty years of progressive retail experience in loss prevention, physical security, risk management, and multiunit management with a few of the world’s fastest-growing organizations, including Marshalls, TJ Maxx, and currently Amazon fulfillment centers. He is also a certified forensic interviewer (CFI) and Wicklander-Zulawski (WZ) interviewing Read More
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced the selection of its newest board member to assist in governing and providing strategic direction for the Foundation at its recent board meeting. A board member resignation was also announced, as well as board member re-elections.
Elected to the Board of Directors was:
Paul Jaeckle, Read More
Mitzi Perry, LPQ, has been an investigator at the St. Petersburg (Florida) Police Department since 1999. In 2001, she was assigned to the auto theft unit and in 2002 transferred to the property recovery unit. Perry is the current president of the Florida Law Enforcement Recovery Unit (FLEPRU), training codirector Read More
The latest installment in LP Magazine’s series of interviews with working LP professionals appears in the July-August 2016 issue and features a conversation with Marcy Smith about her recent LPQ certification. Smith currently serves as the asset protections specialist for Weis Markets. She took this role in 2014 after graduating Read More
Marcy Smith, LPQ, is the asset protection operations specialist for Weis Markets. She took this role in 2014 after graduating from the University of Louisville (Kentucky) with a bachelor’s degree in justice administration. Smith oversees the daily functions at Weis’ store support center in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, managing physical security programs Read More
By Jack Trlica
The columnists in the November-December issue address multiple topics of interest to loss prevention professionals– from internal theft interviewing techniques to vendor-retailer partnerships to shoplifter apprehension.
The executives at Wicklander-Zulawski continue their discussion of the importance of context in part 4 of the series in the Interviewing column. “The presentation of Read More
This is another in a series of interviews with working professionals who have earned their LPQ or LPC certifications from the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) to hear in their own words why they pursued certification and how it has benefited their careers. Cita Doyle, LPQ, is the director of sales Read More
Host Penelope Hayes talks to leading LP practitioners and solution providers about this year’s event highlights and memorable moments. Read More
By LPM Admin
Andrew Radak, LPC, is starting his second year in his career as an asset protection agent for Rite Aid. Before that, he spent seven years with CVS Health. An Ohio Army National Guard veteran, Radak holds a bachelors of arts degree in criminology from John Carroll University.
This is another in Read More