Do you know someone who goes above and beyond? Do you have a great case history that deserves recognition?
Nominate a winner today! Nominations are now being accepted – through April 21 – for the 2017 NRF PROTECT Awards, the highest loss prevention and asset protection recognitions in the retail industry. Help us celebrate our successes and recognized the hard work and talent within our ranks. Submit your nomination to acknowledge LP professionals and law enforcement officers who have make an impact on the community and the retail industry.
Ring of Excellence Award
The Ring of Excellence Award recognizes pioneers in the retail loss prevention and asset protection community whose honor, integrity and character serve as an example for the LP profession. The achievements and outstanding leadership of these honorees have shaped the industry by creating new LP standard practices and building strong LP and retail security teams. Inductees to the Ring of Excellence can be honored in person or posthumously and have included vice presidents and chief security officers of retail companies.
Loss Prevention Case of the Year
The NRF Loss Prevention Case of the Year Award recognizes a retail loss prevention or asset protection professional whose investigation has made a positive impact to help protect their company, the community, and industry.
Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Award
The NRF Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Award (LERPA) acknowledges law enforcement officers or agencies who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to support the retail industry in protecting assets and reducing losses.
Congratulations to the 2016 winners: Lori Allsteadt, Detective, Barrington Police Department (IL) and Jamie Portell, Inspector, United States Postal Inspection Services.
Previous LERPA winners have included individuals from police or sheriff’s departments in Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Paul, MN, the Cook County State's Attorney’s Office, and federal agencies including the Department of Justice, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Secret Service.