#Loss Prevention

Undertaking Your Loss Prevention Analytics Journey with ThinkLP

Prescriptive analytics is a powerful component of a total loss prevention strategy—it can help automate the detection of loss events in your business and drive your team toward making the most of the data available from a wide range of sources. In traditional analytics solutions, your team is focused on bringing together data for the purpose of generating insights.
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Union City Police Investigate Theft of Heater and Generators From Lowes

Union City police were called to Lowes, on West Reelfoot Avenue, to investigate a report of theft. At the scene, officers spoke with a Loss Prevention employee, who stated the theft occurred on the night of January 24th. The employee stated two unknown black males entered Lowes and were seen...
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Newly Certified LP Professionals: January 2023

We are pleased to recognize and congratulate those industry professionals who recently obtained their loss prevention certification. Despite their demanding schedule and having other impressive educational credentials, they still saw the value and took the time to obtain this important LP credential. January LPC Recipients. Matthew Baker, LPC, Asset Protection...

MacLeod Joins Framingham Police Force

FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham added five new police officers to the department on Thursday, February 2, in a ceremony at the Memorial Building. One of the five new officers was Connor MacLeod, who joins the Framingham Police Department after six years working for the TJX Companies. He...

Greenville Police Department – Reports

On January 23, 2023 around 2:02PM P.O. Smith was dispatched to Walmart, 1501 Wagner Ave, in reference to a theft that had taken place there. Prior to his arrival he was told by dispatch that Loss Prevention Officer, Jodi Edger had escorted the suspect back into the security office of the store. The defendant Myrtle Jane Cox stated she took the items for her brothers birthday. At this point Jodi interjected and said most of the items were makeup. Myrtle admitted to taking the items from the store by placing them in her purse and leaving the store. Jodi had noticed Myrtle in the store prior to this incident and believed she was stealing items. Myrtle selected some items, placing them beside her purse. Myrtle then moved to the cosmetic section where she did the same. Myrtle changes aisles where she then proceeds to conceal the items under her sweater. At a certain point Myrtle reaches under her sweater and places the items into her purse. Myrtle then leaves the store passing all points of purchase without making any attempt to purchase the items concealed in her purse or render payment. The taken items were $177.27. Myrtle was trespassed from the property and a warning was entered. Myrtle was issued a citation for theft and later released to her friend, Joyce Crawford.
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Rachelle Klingfus – Tesmer

Rachelle L Klingfus – Tesmer, 48, of Millville, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 26, 2023, at Mercy Hospital in Mason City, Iowa. She was born on January 23, 1975, to William and LaDonna (Nuzum) Klingfus in Austin, MN. Rachelle graduated from Albert Lea High School in 1993. She later attended Minnesota State University at Mankato.

Memphis Goodwill Incorporated seeks Loss Prevention Associate for the Excel Center

• 1+ years’ experience in security service, asset protection, audit, risk management, inventory control, quality assurance, or another related field. • Proficient with MS Office Professional Suite, to include intermediate knowledge of Excel. • Must be flexible to work weekends and/or overnight shifts as necessary. • High school diploma...

Global Postharvest Loss Prevention: Fundamentals, Technologies, and Actors

This course provides an overview of the issue of postharvest loss of grains by exploring essential physical, technical, and social dimensions of postharvest supply chains and loss prevention methods globally. Each year, estimates suggest that 1/3 of all food produced is lost or wasted, making postharvest loss a critical global food security and sustainability issue of today. Key knowledge areas are presented including: -An overview of postharvest loss -Supply chain activities such as harvesting, drying, and storage -Economics and markets -An introduction to the network of actors working in this field We face the immense challenge of feeding over 9 billion people by the year 2050. To meet these demands, yields will have to more than double using the same amount of natural resources. In recent years, postharvest loss has been recognized by major institutions including the US government, the United Nations, the CGIAR Research Consortium, and several others as a significant opportunity to impact food security and improve livelihoods. Despite this increased attention, a lack of knowledge, technical capacity, and resources remain obstacles for stakeholders worldwide to act on these issues. This course will, for the first time, provide you as professionals, practitioners, and students, with a comprehensive introduction to postharvest loss processes and begin building capacity for loss prevention worldwide.

Development of European certification scheme looks to prevent pellet loss

Plastics Europe, the association of plastics manufacturers in Europe, and EuPC, the association of European Plastics Converters, has announced the launch of the Operation Clean Sweep, (OCS) a ‘harmonised’ European certification scheme. The scheme targets zero pellet loss in the environment. Operation Clean Sweep was developed to help...

Woodinville PD | Police Blotter 2.3.23

1. Larceny/Shoplift – 13900 NE Mill Pl – On 01/21/2023, around 4:28PM, Loss Prevention spotted a subject in the store concealing items. He had done so on two previous occasions. Deputies were called and detained the man in the parking lot. He was cited and released for the theft and went to the hospital via ambulance after saying he swallowed fentanyl.

What Is Lpr In Insurance

In What Is Lpr In Insurance this blog post, we will be discussing what LPR is and how it can help insurance companies. By understanding the ins and outs of this technology, insurance companies can make better decisions about their policies and customer base. LPR stands for License Plate Reader, and it is a technology that helps law enforcement track down criminals. By gathering data from license plates, law enforcement can identify suspects and track their movements. Since LPR is such a vital tool for law enforcement, it is important to understand its limitations. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits and limitations of LPR in order to help you make the best decisions for your business.

Maritime Loss Prevention: Secure Engine Room Floor Plates

( The work of a seafarer is inherently risky. Injuries at sea occur in various forms and personal injury is one of the most frequent among all P&I-related occurrences. Major accidents involving slips, trips, and falls comprise a significant proportion of personal injury claims. Many minor injuries, such as bumps, bruises, sprains, etc., are not reported and do not make it into the P&I statistics at all.
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Cloud to Edge for efficient, agile, and sustainable retail

Persistent volatility in the retail market is forcing businesses to re-evaluate how they address key challenges. Prebuilt, edge-to-cloud, retail-specific technology solutions can help retailers increase the value of their data, empower store associates, elevate customer shopping experiences, and enable real-time sustainable supply chains. Many retailers leverage Microsoft Cloud partners to...

The Biggest News in Loss Prevention: January 14 – 20

We know that your week can get busy, and the time you have to catch up on the news from around the retail loss prevention industry is often stolen away by other things. That’s why the LPM team sifts through headlines from all over the country to bring only the most relevant LP news to you here, in our special weekly news round-up—the perfect bookend to a productive week.

Swedish Club to boost services with management reshuffle

Newly appointed Swedish Club managing director Thomas Nordberg has made key management appointments to boost the insurer’s global network. Gothenburg-based business development director Lars Malm will become managing director and area manager at the club’s Hong Kong office. He will use his loss prevention and business development skills...