Glenn is the co-founder of the ISCPO and has over 25 years of Loss Prevention and Security Management experience with specific expertise in the verticals of supply chain, international transportation and E-Commerce. He has extensive experience working in Europe, LATAM, Middle East and APAC and has built supply chain security programs from the ground floor at four companies. He is a recognized presenter for both law enforcement and the private sector regarding global transportation security and is a published author on these topics. His educational background includes a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Cincinnati and a bachelor’s in criminal justice from the University of Texas-Arlington.
Byron is a veteran Asset Protection professional with over twenty-nine year career working for various retailers, including Eckerd Drugs, Office Depot, Circuit City and 7-Eleven. His experience has specialized in directing regional and corporate asset protection/loss prevention, distribution/logistics, risk management, safety and corporate security. Byron holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Byron has been an active member of many organizations including the LPRC where he serves as a board member, RILA where he is involved with the RILA Asset Protection Conference Steering Committee and ISCPO. He has also held board member positions with The Houston Crime Stoppers and The Texas Retailers Association. He is recognized as a Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI) by the International Association of Interviewers and as a Loss Prevention Certified (LPC) by the Loss Prevention Foundation. He and his wife make McKinney, Texas their home.
Rhett Asher is a seasoned professional with over twenty-five years of experience providing exemplary strategic leadership in retail operations, asset protection, & supply chain, as well as, sales, business development and trade associations. He has a long history of developing & leading teams and building strong industry relationships that drive industry value and achieve results.
Rhett is currently the Senior Vice President, Partnership Development for ALTO, US and directs its sales, business development, marketing and account executive teams. In addition to several other corporate roles, he was a Vice President of several national industry trade associations, such as RILA, NFSSC, NRF and FMI. With these associations, he organized and launched national educational conferences, led leadership councils to connect industry leaders and created many industry resources & value-added partnerships. He also co-founded the non-profit Loss Prevention Foundation to create a robust industry certification for retail loss prevention professionals.
Rhett has served on both the Commercial Facilities Sector Coordinating Council and the Food and Agriculture Sector Coordinating Council for the Department of Homeland Security. He is also the co-chair of the Advisory Committee for the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention and on the Advisory Board for the Loss Prevention Magazine.
Wes Bank, LPC is currently the Director of Loss Prevention for DHL eCommerce, overseeing risk management, government regulatory, audit, investigations, and physical security. A Loss Prevention practitioner since 1990, Wes previously held Loss Prevention management roles with Velocity Express, Office Depot, and Jewel-Osco. Wes has worked diligently to support various industry initiatives over the years. He served on the Loss Prevention Foundation’s certification committee during the early development of the Loss Prevention Qualified (LPQ) and Certified (LPC) programs. He furnished the basis for a case study on safety incentives published in Occupational Health & Safety, September 2008. He founded and chaired the ISCPO’s Carrier Security Audit Committee with the objective to improve “final-mile” carrier compliance. He has been a participating member of Merchant Risk Council, RILA, and InfraGard. Wes has a B.S. Degree in Economics from Northern Illinois University.
Dr. Alex del Carmen is the founder and CEO of Del Carmen Consulting, LLC. His firm, which has been in practice since 2001, works mostly on data analysis related to security and policing matters. Dr. del Carmen received a Ph.D. in Criminology from the College of Criminology at the Florida State University. He is considered an authority on topics related to industrial and global security, risk management data analysis and policing. Dr. del Carmen has written numerous articles in internationally recognized journals and published several books. Dr. del Carmen has presented his research findings throughout the world (Scotland, Belgium, Slovenia, Spain, United Arab Emirates, and Italy). He has trained thousands of police and security professionals including all of the Texas Police Chiefs. He was appointed as a Fulbright Specialist by the United States Department of State which led him to teach police executives in the Czech Republic and at the Czech Police Academy. Dr. del Carmen currently teaches at the FBI National Academy and is a frequent guest on Fox, CNN, Fox News Radio, Telemundo, Univision and NBC, among other media outlets.
Dr. del Carmen has served as a Federal Monitor for two of the most significant police reform cases in the United States. Currently, he works as a Special Master for the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico, on the Puerto Rico Police reform case and serves as an Associate Dean of the School of Criminology at Tarleton State University (member of the Texas A&M System) in Fort Worth, Texas.
Rod is the Co-Founder and former Chairman of the ISCPO. Currently, Rod is the Vice President of Protective Services for D & L Protective Services. He has served in executive loss prevention and security positions with companies such as Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations, Blockbuster Entertainment and Loomis Fargo. He served seven years in the United States Navy and also worked as an adult probation officer for the State of Texas. Rod has a bachelor’s degree in criminal science and has completed graduate work in criminal psychology. He has published articles in several professional periodicals. Additionally, he has written a book entitled A Manager’s Guide to Workplace Violence. His specialties include internal theft, investigations, active shooter, workplace violence and program development. Rod has been a guest speaker on subjects such as security for houses of worship, internal theft, armed robbery, executive protection, workplace violence and other topics. He is a graduate of the Dallas FBI Citizens Academy. Rod serves on the advisory board to the University Of North Texas School Of Criminal Justice.
Paul Ganz is Senior Director of Asset Protection for The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement retailer. He is responsible for the execution of all loss prevention, operational, physical security, and theft prevention programs for the supply chain organization, leading both the field and corporate staff.
In December of 2008, Paul joined the Home Depot where he has held roles in supply chain and retail operations with increasing levels of responsibility.
Previously, Paul served as a police officer in Florida and Texas and held various leadership roles with other large and small box retail organizations.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Management, is active throughout the loss prevention/asset protection community and has been a published contributor with LP Magazine.
Tom Meehan, CFI is a leading loss prevention expert in all things cybersecurity and information technology. He is the chief strategy officer and chief information security officer at CONTROLTEK, the retail technology editor at Loss Prevention Magazineand the co-host of the Loss Prevention Research Council podcast CrimeScience. His industry influence is also present through his roles as Sr. Technology Advisor, board member and Innovation Team Chair with the Loss Prevention Research Council. Prior to joining CONTROLTEK Tom was director of technology and investigations with Bloomingdale’s, where he was responsible for physical security, internal investigations, asset protection systems and data analytics. Prior to his 13-year tenure at Bloomingdale’s, he worked for Home Depot in loss prevention, and has had various technology, loss prevention, and operational roles at several other companies.
Todd Moore is the Vice President, Product Development for PULSE™ at FocusPoint International, a global assistance company that specializes in critical event management, with an emphasis on mobility risks. Todd is the product architect of and currently manages PULSE™, a SaaS exception-based monitoring and escalation platform. PULSE™ is capable of receiving alerts from asset protection and personal safety devices that allows those monitoring the platform to notify, validate and send law enforcement authorities incident details & live tracking technology to assist with the emergency response efforts. PULSE™ is integrated with FocusPoint’s assistance plans, customized for both cargo security and personal safety, which includes 24/7 event monitoring, security/medical benefits, and fully funded response services for various crisis events.
Todd is a retired Police Detective with 31 years policing service and extensive investigative experience working in Intelligence, Organized Crime and Robbery Units. He is also a designated Certified Security Professional (C.S.P.).
David Mozden offers an extensive career as a global security leader across multiple industries, and is currently the Managing Director of Sendero Solutions Group, a management consulting firm that provides training and advisory services in the areas of corporate security, loss prevention, supply chain/ logistics security, crisis management, workplace violence prevention and loss reduction. David’s broad career experience encompasses roles as an investigator, executive protection leader, and Director of security for international operations, safeguarding against losses in supply chain for large corporations.
For 11 years, Mr. Mozden served as the Senior Manager of Corporate Security International for GXO Logistics, where he led loss prevention and physical security for company operations throughout the Western United States and Latin America. In that role, he led a team of regional security managers and security coordinators protecting more than 80 locations.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Mozden served as Director of Loss Prevention, Safety, and Business Continuity for Blockbuster after having delivered results as a Loss Prevention Supervisor, Investigator, and Manager. In that position, he led investigations of losses within a 1.2 million square foot facility, 32 third-party shipping facilities in the United States, as well as 38 Direct-to-Consumer distribution centers in 28 states. In this role, as part of the Senior Supply Chain Team, he oversaw an internal Loss Prevention Department whose efforts resulted in .002% shrink and a significant reduction in workers compensation costs.
David leverages his experience in security operations for the betterment of the community, where he serves in a continuing role as a Reserve Police Officer for the Princeton, Texas Police Department.
Mr. Mozden has completed multiple training certificates in law enforcement, terrorism studies, and intelligence analysis. He is a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and a Texas Licensed Police Officer/ Peace Officer Instructor. He is bilingual (English/ Spanish) and has lived in Mexico on several occasions. He currently resides in Wylie, Texas.
Tracy Nini is the President of WCR Inc., founded in 1989, an Executive search and Recruiting firm specializing in the Loss Prevention, Asset Protection, and Security industries for Fortune 500 companies, Start-Ups and small businesses throughout the U.S.
She is also the CEO of LPJobs.com. Acquiring the industry’s leading E-commerce resource for loss prevention, asset protection, and security jobs in the retail and supply chain industries in January of 2022. The addition of LPjobs.com to WCR Inc. complements an established and award-winning executive search firm with proven expertise by expanding its reach to provide additional services and resources to client companies and professionals looking to move their careers forward.
Tracy was chosen as the Loss Prevention Foundations Hall of Fame 2022 recipient of the Solution Provider – Partner of the Year Award, recognizing her commitment to excellence in all aspects of their business. She sits on the board for Muralism, a nonprofit that emphasizes inclusion by employing individuals with social, physical and/or mental challenges as artists and teaches them life skills for living independently. She holds degrees in both Natural and Behavioral Science.
James is an executive leader and practitioner with 30 years of experience in loss prevention, supply chain security and operations. James is currently responsible for Commercial Development of security technology and systems integration for Prosegur Security. Prior to his role with Prosegur James was the Vice President of Loss Prevention and Risk Management for Pier 1 Imports and Director of Loss Prevention for Neiman Marcus. Throughout his career James has spearheaded cross-functional initiatives comprising of technology and system integrations, profit protection strategies, eCommerce fraud risk modeling, environmental health and safety, supply chain and CTPAT security compliance. James has also served on the Axis Communications Retail Advisory Board, ASIS Asset Protection Committee, and LPRC Supply Chain Working Group.