In order to help identify potential threats against your retail assets before a crime occurs, you must have a plan of action that includes the constant and deliberate analysis of your company's activities, persons, and overall environment.
This kind of crime-stopping observation and behavioral analysis is the main topic of discussion of a general session at the Retail Asset Protection Conference 2017, Hyatt Regency New Orleans, April 9-12, 2017.
The session, "Getting Left of Bang: How Behavioral Analysis Can Change Outcomes," is led by Patrick Van Horne, a former United State Marine Corps captain who served as officer-in-charge of a mobile training team in the Marine Corps' Combat Hunter program, providing training in behavioral analysis, enhanced observation, and combat tracking to deploying Marines.
He is now founder and CEO of The CP Journal and the co-author of "Left of Bang: How the Marine Corps' Combat Hunter Program Can Save Your Life." Van Horne and his team provide training in behavioral analysis, decision-making, and threat recognition to the military, police departments, executive protection firms, corporations, and academic institutions.
Van Horne's presentation will cover behavioral analysis techniques designed to help you protect your retail assets. He'll brief you on how to make assessments of individual people and recognize the precursors to a possible threatening event or events that might have a negative impact on your human capital, inventory, and customers.
Register for the Retail Asset Protection Conference 2017 today and make sure to attend Van Horne's general session on Monday, April 10, 3:00 p.m. — 4:00 p.m.