Make sure to check out our LPRC 2017 Research Catalog with over 30 research projects completed this past year!
Our video summarizes each of the 2017 research projects and comes with a companion guide to help you follow along.
LPRC Members are able to download our full catalog with results and findings included as well.
All reports are now available on the LPRC Knowledge Center!
The Specialty Retail Action Team will officially convert into our new RFID/Signatures Innovation Chain.
The iChain’s goal is to cost-effectively combine RFID, mac-address, feature-matching, video and other sensor data to better focus and enhance protective action and results in the supply chain and stores
  • R&D will take place in: the UF & LPRC Innovation Lab, the Gainesville Macy’s store, Baltimore and NYC locations
  • Other topics this group may cover in the future (from merge with Specialty Retail Action Team):
  • Employee Deviance
  • On shelf/door signage and protective marketing/messaging
  • Profiling risk/protective factors of AP teams, stores, areas, etc.
For more information,  please read this document or contact

The Loss Prevention Research Council is excited to announce a new partnership with University of Florida Distance Learning. Dr. Read Hayes will be teaching a three part course in loss prevention theory, practice, and analysis, culminating in a Loss Prevention certificate. Discounts for group enrollment! This is a great tool for professional development and to improve your team’s LP/AP skills.  Contact LPRC Research Scientist or click here for more details!

LPRC Director Dr. Read Hayes has been named one of the most influential people in security this year by Security Magazine!

“Impacting enterprises, communities and nations, these 21 leaders are making a difference throughout the security industry.”

View the full list here!

WCJB-TV20 Tech Tuesday featured the LPRC’s newest technology in the iLab 4.0


Watch the video here


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