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Loss Prevention And Supply Chain Security

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This course is an introduction and general overview of loss prevention and supply chain security strategies and programs. Students will learn the basic principles and methodologies involved with the prevention of shrinkage or loss. Students will be introduced to basic theories and concepts, key terms and definitions and current critical issues. Additionally, this course provides an overview of situational crime prevention, the crime risk management process, and the stages necessary to designing an effective supply chain security program.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Situational Crime Prevention

    • Describe the relationship between loss prevention, situational crimes, and supply chain security.
    • Describe the risk factors and prevention methods related to situational crimes.
    • Identify situational crimes.

    Crime Risk Management Process

    • Determine loss prevention strategies based on different organizational structures.
    • Explain the security chief or director’s role in loss prevention operations.
    • Identify how technologies contribute to a loss prevention system.

    Supply Chain Security Program Design

    • Identify ethical, regulatory, and legal considerations.
    • Describe inventory and receiving process design.
    • Explain basic principles and methodologies used to prevent organizational loss.

    Introduction to Loss Prevention

    • Identify organizational vulnerabilities to potential loss.
    • Explain basic principles and methodologies used to prevent organizational loss.
    • Describe supply chain security.

    Critical Loss Prevention Issues

    • Identify current critical issues related to shrinkage and loss.
    • Describe the components of an effective supply chain security program.
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