PHILADELPHIA—When the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority decided it needed to expand the 624,000-square-foot Center City venue, it also decided the $700 million expansion plan should include the latest in security systems installed by a design-build contractor.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Since its inception five years ago, Tyco Integrated Global Accounts has morphed from a sales-focused organization to a program that offers “complete operational management,” says Renae Leary, senior director, global accounts.
AURORA, Colo.—Not all the details of Friday's shooting in this Denver suburb are known yet, but the discussion has already begun about how the rampage—which left 12 dead and nearly 60 wounded—will impact security at movie theaters across the country.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—Total losses from retail theft decreased by more than eight percent in 2011 compared to the year before, according to preliminary findings released today from the National Retail Security Survey conducted by Richard Hollinger at the University of Florida.
NEW ORLEANS—Attendees of next week's National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference, to be held in this city, can expect extensive conversations about emerging technology and organized retail crime, among many others.
WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla.—After retailers reported a drop in shoplifter apprehensions and recovered dollars in 2010, major retailers have reportedly bounced back, according to the 24th Annual Retail Theft Survey conducted by Jack L.