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
Organized retail crime (ORC) is continuing to grow, with nearly three-quarters of retailers surveyed reporting an increase in the past year, according to the 14th annual ORC study released recently by the National Retail Federation.
“Retailers continue to deal with increasing challenges and complications surrounding organized retail crime,” said NRF Read More
Three years after the switch to new chip-based credit and debit cards, a study released recently by the National Retail Federation and Forrester says payment card fraud is still a top concern for large US retailers as criminals move their activities online.
“The implementation of EMV chip cards and chip card Read More
When Toys”R”Us closed its stores, consumers were upset—especially kids. My nine-year-old granddaughter heard talk that Amazon had basically killed Toys”R”Us. She was so upset she asked her parents to “never shop at Amazon again” for her toys. Read More
The Loss Prevention Foundation has recently announced that its 2019 Swing for Certification golf tournament, slated to precede next year’s NRF PROTECT event, has limited golf and sponsorship spots available.
The tournament is set for Monday, June 10, at Coyote Hills Golf Club in Fullerton, CA, preceding the NRF PROTECT conference 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