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MAY-JUN 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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37 LP MAGAZINE | MAY–JUNE 2018 How has certification changed your expectations of loss prevention as a career, for yourself and for others? The LPC process is a great reminder that loss prevention impacts all areas of operations. If you want to have a seat at the table to influence members of your organization, you must have an understanding of how loss prevention impacts the whole business. Certification indicates we are prepared to support our organizations, increase profitability, and build partnerships to drive initiatives critical to a successful loss prevention program. I think the LPC is a clear indicator of this understanding. Would you recommend certification to others? Absolutely. This course provides for personal growth and development. The course is an investment for both the employee and the employer. It requires not only a monetary investment but also time and commitment to the course material. The LPC is a great investment. Newly Certified Following are individuals who recently earned their certifications. Recent LPC Recipients Lucio Amicci, LPC, Sears Holdings Charles Bailey, Jr., LPC, CFI, Vector Security Shawn Bradley, LPC, Lowe's Darlene De Francesco, LPC, FedEx Tyler Grandy, LPC, DICK'S Sporting Goods Michael Hawkins, LPC, Lowe's Aaron Henderson, LPC, CFI, Penske Bruce Herritt, LPC, Walmart Stores Slade Jordan, LPC, Walmart Stores Arron Knight, LPC, FleetPride Lincoln LeFebvre, LPC, Home Depot Alan Lott, LPC, 7-Eleven Kevin Mgrdichian, LPC, Sears Holdings Jennifer Ponicsan, LPC R. Bryant Price, LPC, Gabriel Brothers Bryan Shepherd, LPC Steven Smith, LPC, ULTA Beauty Christopher Weaver, LPC, Walmart Stores Ashley Winkelmann, LPC, 7- Eleven Recent LPQ Recipients David Chartrand, LPQ, Goodwill Industries of Seattle Michael D'Antonio, LPQ, Stew Leonard's Gregory Dolcich, LPQ, Security Resources Nathan Dowling, LPQ, Buffalo Run Casino Christopher Gipson, LPQ, 7-Eleven Ciera Hilton, LPQ, Protos Security Robert Jevarjian, LPQ, Stew Leonard's Erin Koons, LPQ, Walmart Stores Kate McGorty, LPQ, L.L.Bean Brian Naughton, LPQ, Nordstrom Danielle Palentino-Dederick, LPQ, lululemon Pankaj Patel, LPQ, Indigo Kelley Portner, LPQ, Rite Aid Barbara Weaver, LPQ, Best Buy Mandie Wells, LPQ, KPH Healthcare Services Our Success Starts with Our Partners Professional development is key to a fulfilling career. Visit www.LossPreventionFoundation.org to find out more. Educating an industry one leader at a time. SM DOCTORATE LEVEL PARTNERS MASTER LEVEL PARTNERS DIPLOMA LEVEL PARTNERS ASSOCIATE LEVEL PARTNERS O U R C O N C E R N I S Y O U R S E C U R I T Y BACHELOR LEVEL PARTNERS

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