Paul Jaeckle

Paul Jaeckle
Paul Jaeckle
VP, Asset Protection & Safety
Paul Jaeckle is the Vice President of Asset Protection and Safety for Meijer Stores based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Paul has been the Vice President of the Asset Protection Department at Meijer since 2017 after 20 years with Walmart in various leadership roles in both Asset Protection and Store Operations.

Paul has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law Enforcement and Justice Administration from Western Illinois University and a Master of Science degree in Organization Management and Design from the Sage Colleges in Albany, NY. He has earned his Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates Interview Certification, IAML Certificate in HR & Law, his Loss Prevention Certification through the Loss Prevention Foundation, and is certified in advanced threat management through Gavin deBecker and Associates.

Paul is very active in the industry and his community as he is currently the chair of the Retail Industry Leader’s Association (RILA) Asset Protection Leaders Council, a member of the Executive Board of Directors for The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF), council member with the Asset Protection Council with the National Retailing Federation (NRF), a member of the Board of Directors for Silent Observer of Greater Grand Rapids©, chairperson for The American Heart Association of West Michigan, advisory committee member of the National Association For Shoplifting Prevention® a committee member of the LP Benevolent Fund, and former Charmian of the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) with The University of Florida and now a current Fellow with them.

Speaking in:

June 6
11:00 am11:30 am
Expo Stage
Retailers face an evolving range of threats that risk the safety of their employees and customers - as well as their bottom line. This session will share proven strategies to detect and deter organized retail crime through effective collaboration with retailers, attorneys general, local law enforcement, and solution providers. Loss prevention leaders from Meijer, The Home Depot, and Kroger and an… Read more