Thwarting Package Attack: Checkpoint Density Tag Phase I
Fine Spirit LP Solution Innovation R&D
Deterrence Through Guilt-Based Messaging/Signage R&D
Sekura: Self-Retracting BoxGrip & SlideTag Time & Motion Study
Benefit Denial: Measuring the Impact of Phone Display-Unit Protection
Packaging Innovation: Exploring Package Design to Stop Both Package Attack and Sampling
Does EAS Still Work? A Randomized Controlled Trial
Overt vs Covert: What LP Solutions are Most Effective When Readily Apparent?
Technology such as RFID, EAS, and GPS trackers can be used either covertly, where their presence is not revealed until a crime is initiated, or overtly, where their presence is advertised for deterrent purposes. We examine this paradigm
Working Group/Innovation Chain: Product Protection Working Group
Tags vs Wraps vs Keepers: Testing the Effects of Various Product Protection Methods on Shrink
EAS Source Tagging R&D: Labor and Protection Considerations
Benefit Denial POSA 3S R&D Program Phase III
ePVM Placement: Optimizing Deterrence at Concealment Areas vs High Theft Product Areas
Cosmetic Fixture Protection Study
Facial Recognition POC 1: Can Facial Recognition be Deployed in a Mobile Unit?
Facial Recognition POC 2: Can Facial Recognition be built in to ePVMs at the shelf level?
Pairing Technologies: Testing Use Cases for Smart Safe Integration with Camera Infrastructure
RFID Innovation Chain Program & Report: Phase II
Nobody Watching: Exploring the effect of Self Checkout on Tipping & Donation Behavior
Holistic Asset Protection R&D: Manipulating Multiple AP Solutions Simultaneously
Exploring Reduction in Cosmetics Shrink Using ePVMs
Designing the Store of the Future: An LP Perspective
Pairing Technologies: Burglar Alarm Augmentation through Integration with Additional Detection Technologies
Controlled Chaos: Switching Up Treatments Every 2 Weeks to Maintain Effectiveness
Quantifying Self Checkout Loss
Accurate Feature Matching: How Much Has Facial Recognition Technology Improved in the Last Five Years?
Exploring the Use of Mini Cellphone Towers in Investigations
How effective are ePVMs in the Self-Checkout Area? Measuring Offender Perspective
On Shelf Availability: Exploring RFID as an EAS Alternative
Push Out Prevention: Cart Containment and COP R&D
Bluetooth Technology and the Future of EAS
Paige Electric: Effective Labelling of Non-Obvious Deterrents
Benefit Denial POSA 3S R&D Program Phase IV
Examining Retailer Use Cases of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to Improve Supply Chain Security
Reducing Online Resale of Stolen Goods:Using Online Messaging to Increase Consumer Awareness
Smartphone Arbitrage Across International Borders R&D
NASP Partnership to Measure Longitudinal Shoplifting Trends
Trusting EAS: Are Domestic Tags More Reliable?
RFID Source-Tagging for Scheduled Substances: A Proof of Concept Test
Buying Embarassing Products: Effect of Crowd Density on Customer Shopping Behavior
Drug Manufacturer Field Study: Auditing Nationwide LP Tech Deployments
What's Better at Preventing Theft: Employee Engagement or Technology?
Do Track Cameras Reduce Theft and Increase Productivity in Distribution Centers?
LP Resource Allocation Optimization R&D
Self-Checkout Training Delivery Method Study
APG Cash Drawer: Measuring the ROI of Automated Cash Management Systems
Automization of Cash Handling Theft Prevention R&D
Associate Training R&D: Testing Optimal Delivery Methods and Content Format
Does Corrective Education Based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Prevent Employee Theft?
Facial Recognition Data Certification Program R&D
LPRC is working with solution providers, retailers, and industry experts to craft a certification program for retailers who are using, or would like to use, facial recognition software in their LP operations. This certification will provide basic training on facial recognition use processes, federal regulations concerning data privacy, best practices for organization and data of personally identifiable information and metadata, and basic ethics practices for utilizing facial recognition for LP
Working Group/Innovation Chain: Workplace Performance Working Group