Securitas Partnership Advances with Loss Prevention Foundation

Securitas Electronic Security Inc. has advanced its partnership with the Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) by announcing support as a new Master Level Partner. SES has been a long-time supporter of the LPF. This new partnership level demonstrates SES’s commitment to the retail asset protection and loss prevention industry by offering clients the education and benefits of the LPF.

The Master Level Partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships and complimentary LPF memberships to be distributed to loss prevention professionals, helping them secure the benefits of the LPF. Earlier this year, SES announced the introduction of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) solutions to its portfolio of offerings.

Building upon the expertise brought on by the FE Moran Security Solutions (FEMSS) team, SES is committed to expanding the offerings and solutions retailers and loss prevention professionals need as the retail industry continues to evolve.

This new, advanced partnership with the Loss Prevention Foundation is another step in best serving the retail market.

“By advancing from a Bachelor Level Partner to a Master Level Partner, Securitas Electronic Security is continuing to demonstrate their commitment to our industry,” said Terry Sullivan, president of LPC. “Our partners are what make it possible for the LPF to continue advancing our mission of education for the LP/AP industry and I am excited to see what Securitas and the LPF can continue to accomplish together.”

“The retail market continues to be a strategic focus for SES,” said Rob Raymond, SVP of Strategic Sales, Securitas Electronic Security, “This increased partnership continues to demonstrate our commitment to educating and developing the loss prevention and asset protection industry. We look forward to serving the industry in partnership with the LPF. Our dynamic new EAS technology partnerships, with the leading EAS providers, demonstrates our commitment to providing the very best technology solutions available to the industry.

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