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If you watch other shoppers while you’re shopping …
If you leap into action when you hear someone say “help” …
If you feel proud when you hear the words “justice was served” …
Welcome to NRF’s Loss Prevention community. We work with retail LP professionals, law enforcement and government agencies to protect retailers, people, assets, reputations and brands.
Research and preparedness guides in our resources section address Retail Safety. Topics include Organized Retail Crime, Crowd Management, Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery. STORES’ LP Supplier Directory is the industry’s in-depth buying guide for retail-specific products and solutions.
NRF’s SmartBrief is a daily roundup of the latest retail industry news. Each email provides a concise summary of the day’s most important stories. Preview the latest issue and subscribe to the newsletter.
Events & Education
NRF PROTECT, formerly called NRF Loss Prevention Conference & EXPO, is the nation’s leading retail-specific event for those who protect retail brands, assets, people and profits. This conference draws attendees from a wide range of fields including loss prevention, asset protection, IT and cybersecurity.
Check out stories and videos from the 2014 Loss Prevention Conference & EXPO, and make plans to join us next June in Long Beach, CA for NRF Protect 2015.
LP Council and Committees
Retail LP executives at every level can find opportunities to network and share information through NRF committees:
- Loss Prevention Council
- LP Awards and Recognition Committee
- LP Content Committee
- LP Diversity Committee
- LP Education and Research Committee
- LP Legislative Committee
- NRF Investigators' Network
- LP Women in Loss Prevention Caucus
More than 2,500 retail loss prevention professionals gathered in Long Beach last June for NRF's rebranded, reimagined and reinvented LP conference – NRF PROTECT.
Connect with the retail loss prevention community. Our LinkedIn group is a forum for LP professionals to discuss emerging industry trends and important issues and network with each other.
College students/families have completed about half (49.1%) of their shopping compared to 53.7% this time last year. http://t.co/ny2uTxOwXT.1 day ago