LP Magazine

JUL-AUG 2018

LP magazine publishes articles for loss prevention, asset protection, and retail professionals covering shrinkage, investigations, shoplifting, internal theft, fraud, technology, best practices, and career development.

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Organized Retail Crime in Idaho 3rd Annual Conference Washington Group Plaza, Boise orcaid.org continued from page 61 CALENDAR July 19, 2018 Cyber Security Summit: Seattle The Westin Seattle, WA cybersummitusa.com August 5–8, 2018 Restaurant Loss Prevention and Safety Association 39th Annual Conference Hyatt Regency, Dallas, TX rlpsa.com August 29, 2018 Cyber Security Summit: Chicago Hilton Chicago, IL cybersummitusa.com August 29, 2018 GRAORCA Retail Crime Conference Hyatt Regency Downtown Atlanta, GA graorca.org September 23–27, 2018 ASIS International Global Security Exchange Las Vegas (NV) Convention Center gsx.org September 25, 2018 Cyber Security Summit: New York New York Hilton Midtown cybersummitusa.com October 1–3, 2018 Loss Prevention Research Council IMPACT 2018 University of Florida, Gainesville lpresearch.org October 8-11, 2018 Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR) 9th Annual Training Conference Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark Myrtle Beach, SC clearusa.org October 10–12, 2018 LP Magazine Annual Editorial Board Meeting The Warwick, Philadelphia, PA losspreventionmedia.com October 16, 2018 Cyber Security Summit: Phoenix Renaissance Phoenix Downtown cybersummitusa.com October 24, 2018 Florida Retail Federation 2018 LP Conference Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL frf.org November 6–8, 2018 Anti-Counterfeit and Currency Expo North America Las Vegas (NV) Convention Center anticounterfeit-expo.com harassment. Failing to act quickly also makes it appear that your company is trying to discourage complaints. It's important to notify the complainant of his or her options to avoid contact with the alleged perpetrator to protect complaining parties during investigations. 3. Act consistently. Investigations against high-level managers should follow the same process as one against a store associate. If an employee complaining of sexual harassment believes they've seen inconsistency in enforcement in the past, they are more likely to raise complaints about the handling of their case. 4. Confirm accuracy. Complaints lodged against investigations are less likely when employees have confidence that investigators are on the same page as them regarding what they said took place. So following the taking of a complaint, investigators should get the employee to confirm the accuracy of reports. Go over the complaint with him or her and ask if the report leaves anything out. Document the employee's agreement with the version of events as documented in the report. Remind the employee that he or she should report any further incidents and document that the employee received this reminder. More on LossPreventionMedia.com For more original news content, see the following articles: ■ 3 Indispensable Ideas for Your Retail Store Safety Checklist ■ Many Say the Brick-and-Mortar Industry Is Dying. Here's Why They're Wrong ■ Day 1 of the 2018 NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference and Expo ■ Crime is Moving from Street to Store. Here's What Retailers Need to Do. ■ See Where the Industry Is Going at RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference 2018 ■ How to Catch Someone Stealing without the Use of Excessive Force ■ Day 1 of the 2018 RILA Retail Asset Protection Conference ■ It Happened Again—This Time at Santa Fe High School in Texas ■ How Can We Keep Good People in Loss Prevention Positions ■ Crisis Response: Did Starbucks Get It Right? ■ Taking a Dip into Retail Data Management ■ Bob MacLea Honored as Newest Member of NRF PROTECT Ring of Excellence ■ Data Science and LP: Much Ado about Something ■ CASE STUDY: C-Store Uses Video to Protect Profits and Recoup Losses ■ Integrating Analytics in Loss Prevention ■ The LP Revolution Starts with Analytics ■ Day 2 of the NRF PROTECT Loss Prevention Conference and Expo ■ Experimental Design and Loss Prevention Programs ■ The Cult of Technology in Asset Protection: LP/AP's Adoption of Multidisciplinary Concepts ■ The Very Real Risks of Using Drones for Security Purposes ■ The GDPR and Retail Organizations: What US Businesses with International Presence Can Expect ■ Labor Abuse and Modern Slavery Concerns in Your Supply Chain LPM Voice ■ New Problems, Fresh Opportunities—LP Readies to Rise to the Occasion ■ Ready for the Revolution? New Skills, Focus Are Key to Thriving under New Challenges ■ Enough is Enough: Consecutive RILA Conference Sessions Aim to Put Shoplifting Prevention Back on Track ■ As Help Fighting Shoplifting Wanes, Where Should Retailers Turn? ■ Impressed by an LP Solution? Product Capability Is Just the First Consideration 62 JULY–AUGUST 2018 | LOSSPREVENTIONMEDIA.COM

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