In this conversation with Eric White, Executive Vice President of Brosnan Risk Consultants, we discuss the impact of COVID-19, executive protection during the pandemic, Brosnan’s pandemic threat intelligence briefing, and much more.
Returning guest Dave Thompson of Wicklander-Zulowski and TalkLP enlightens us on coercion, investigative and interviewing training, the evolution of interrogation practices, differences in techniques & when to apply them, the TalkLP podcast, and much more.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Jay Kennedy, Assistant Professor jointly appointed to the School of Criminal Justice and the Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection.
Dr. Kennedy’s work has been published in a number of outlets, including American Behavioral Scientist, Criminal Justice Review, Journal of Crime and Justice, Journal of Financial Crime, Security Journal, and Victims and Offenders.
Tune in to listen to our discussion on what product is counterfeited and why, brand protection, employee theft, corporate crime, and supply chain issues.
In this conversation with Fred Becker, Director of Asset Protection at Bloomingdale’s, we discuss the history of IMPACT, what’s to come for our annual conference, and retailers’ response, planning, and execution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Marcus Felson, Professor at Texas State University, joins us for two episodes of LPRC CrimeScience. In this second part with Dr. Felson, we continue our discussion on guardianship with an emphasis on the current pandemic, research ideas, routine activity theory, and much more.
The CAP Index analytics team examined retail crime reported in March in the Los Angeles area and highlighted several preliminary trends affecting retailers during the current pandemic. Dr. Read Hayes discusses the data with Basia Pietrawska, CAP Index Vice President of Consulting and Analytics, and delves into routine activity theory, Los Angeles’ weekly percentage changes in select crimes at retail establishments, and suggestions moving forward for retailers.
In this second episode with Dr. Ron Clarke, renowned criminologist and recipient of the Stockholm Prize of Criminology, we will continue our conversation on opportunity reduction techniques, the scope of opportunity crime, the duty of criminologists, the security hypothesis, and much more.
Dr. Marcus Felson, Professor at Texas State University, joins us for two episodes of LPRC CrimeScience. In this first conversation with Dr. Felson, we cover guardianship with an emphasis on the current pandemic, research ideas, routine activity theory, and much more.