Regional Loss Prevention Manager


Date Posted
10 days ago 
Job Category
Fort Washington, MD 


The Regional Loss Prevention Manager (RLPM) is responsible for all loss prevention and safety aspects for stores in an assigned region. The RLPM protects the assets of the company utilizing existing Loss Prevention and Store Operating processes. RLPMs trains, audits for Loss Prevention and Safety compliance, and investigates internal and external theft issues.


Assists with supervising personnel assigned to the region and managers organizational issues within the company operations
Develops, monitors, and interprets key performance indicators (KPIs) and exception based reporting to help reduce loss, identify trends and root cause in high shrink locations
Directs, recommends, and proactively communicates appropriate implementation of LP policies, practices, and initiatives
Conducts LP investigations, either in person or via phone, as needed
Performs LP and Safety audits on a regular basis to identify/correct issues that could cause the company substantial loss
Ensure field presence by routinely visiting stores and participating in field meetings
Proactively monitor controls to identify employee theft through the utilization of POS exception reporting tools
Develops and implements procedures for minimizing the loss of merchandise, money, or company assets
Ensures the proper operation and oversees repairs of alarm, EAS, and CCTV equipment
Ensures compliance of all Operations and LP Processes during new store openings, store closings, and store relocations
Ensures losses of company assets are prevented, investigated, and resolved


Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Asset Protection or a related field
3 years of experience in retail loss prevention
Multi-store loss prevention experience
CFI, CPP, LQ or LPC certification preferred but not required
Wicklander-Zulawski or Reid Certification preferred but not required
Ability to travel 60% on average with some overnight

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