MATTHEWS, N.C. (PRWEB) December 13, 2017
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced the selection of its newest Bachelor level scholarship partner, 3SI Security Systems. The Bachelor level partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships for distribution to retailers, universities and internal associates. It also enables 3SI to provide complimentary LPF memberships to loss prevention practitioners.
Headquartered just outside Philadelphia, PA, 3SI became a market leader in asset protection technology by protecting and recovering stolen cash and high-value assets, and apprehending the criminals. With over 45 years’ experience and protecting thousands of locations worldwide, their innovative solutions combat crime through a variety of technologies including covert GPS tracking and dye/ink staining solutions. They have served thousands of institutions and organizations in the Financial, Retail, and Law Enforcement markets.
“We are excited to announce our new partnership with 3SI,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, President of The Loss Prevention Foundation. “3SI is demonstrating a commitment to the loss prevention and asset protection industry by sponsoring the Loss Prevention Foundation. 3SI has been an industry leader in the GPS tracking space and offers world class protection and apprehension tools. Their level of investment underlines 3SI’s dedication to supporting LPF’s effort to further elevate the loss prevention-asset protection profession. Our scholarship partners are vital to continuing our mission of education through certification initiatives such as the LPQualified (LPQ) and LPCertified (LPC).”
“We are thrilled to work with the LP Foundation,” said Dan Reynolds, 3SI Vice President, Retail. “Loss prevention professionals look to the LPF as a leader in education and certification. 3SI works with thousands of LP professionals and we are proud to partner with the LPF on their initiatives. The role of loss prevention in the retail world is ever more important as crime continues to increase, both in frequency and violence. Anything we can do to help support retail LP/AP efforts is a priority for us.”