With our years of experience, on-staff expertise and history of proven results, LPI is often called upon to provide loss prevention consulting and/or assessments.
LPI can customize a consulting program based on specific needs and circumstances. These packages provide our clients with a structured approach with customized results.
Our Loss Prevention Assessment is a quick and non-intrusive analysis of the areas of a business specific to loss prevention and the overall protection of profits. Designed specifically to support financial lenders, the value of this assessment is to ensure you are lending to a retailer that understands inventory protection and has the key elements in place to protect it. The assessment focuses on measurements across the organization and focuses on the physical protection, asset protection and loss prevention areas of the inventory.
LPI can provide an un-biased assessment of an existing loss prevention program and/or department focusing on the success of your program. Designed to review all elements of an LP program, our assessments are non-obtrusive to your team. Our review focuses on program elements, success, resource allocation and proper budgeting. Our ability to review various programs across retail segments often provides our retail clients with a wider vision of loss prevention and helps to increase the overall presence of a loss prevention program.
If you have a specific concern or issue you would like reviewed, we can help. Our team consists of people with specific certifications and expertise that can assist in the detailed review of certain areas, such as: physical security, exception-based reporting and program design. In addition to our team, the relationships LPI has within the loss prevention and security industry can most certainly assure that if we do not have the expertise on staff we can find you the appropriate resource.
Contact us to discuss your loss prevention consulting or assessment needs.
LPI can provide you with expert knowledge and recommendations in support of:
Existing LP Dept Analysis
Current Loss Concerns
New LP Function Analysis
Physcial Security Assessments