WINSTON SALEM, N.C.—Video surveillance as a loss prevention and store operations tool isn’t new to the doughnut giant, Krispy Kreme, said Mark Reasor, vice president of retail operations for Krispy Kreme Corporate.
ANAHEIM, Calif.—One of the biggest challenges for loss prevention professionals in the quick serve restaurant industry is identifying internal theft. Combating theft is nothing new to Kirk Luke, director of loss prevention for CKE Restaurants, which owns more than 400 Carl Jr.’s and 450 Hardee’s restaurants around the nation.
DOTHAN, Alabama—After a rash of armed robberies at its 63 Burger King restaurants—averaging one or two per month—Dennis O’Keefe, vice president of operations and business development for Goldco, determined it was time to put in a video surveillance security system.
ST. LOUIS—Video surveillance and the ways it can be used to improve business operations continued to be one of the hottest issues at this year’s National Food Service Security Council, which was held here Aug. 1 through 4.