Rod is currently the Executive Director for D & L Protective Services. Prior to D & L he was the Managing Director for Pinkerton Consulting and Investigations. He has served in executive loss prevention and security positions with companies such as 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.
Byron is a veteran asset protection professional with over twenty-six 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 Loss 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 Frisco, Texas their home.
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.
Corey earned his B.S. degree in Administration of Justice from Southern Illinois University in 1991. In 1997 he earned his M.A. in Criminal Justice and Criminology from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has five years of experience as a police officer and 18 years’ experience in corporate security. His current role is the Americas Regional Security Manager at Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas. His current duties focus on executive security, investigations, security system design, access control, security surveys, and guard force management. Corey also serves as an adjunct instructor at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.
Glenn is the Co-Founder and inaugural Chairman of the ISCPO. He is currently employed with Pitney Bowes as the Director of Loss Prevention, Commerce Services and as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Christian University. Working both domestically and internationally specializing in Supply Chain, Transportation, and Logistics, Glenn has held both executive and management positions with companies such as Newgistics, Office Depot, Henry Schein and Motorola. In addition, he has had the unique opportunity to build Loss Prevention programs from the ground floor at several companies. 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.
A 25 year veteran of both the retail and transportation industries focusing on loss prevention John is the Senior Vice President of Supply Chain for National Retail Systems.
He serves on numerous Boards of Directors including; ISCPO (International Supply Chain Protection Organization), TLP&SA (Transportation Loss Prevention and Security Association), and the NCTTF (National Cargo Theft Task Force).He was a former Board member of TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association), and the ICSC (International Cargo Security Council), and was the acting chair of TAPA’s Trucking Security Requirement (TSR) work group as the standard was being developed. He was a charter member of the Loss Prevention Foundation and helped coauthor their Supply Chain Module.
John has been a speaker at regional, national and international conferences such as RILA, NRF, CSCMP, ASIS, TAPA and various other trade organizations. He also is an annual instructor at several police training organizations including the Miami Dade, Illinois State and Memphis police departments to name a few.
Maurizio currently is Co-Founder & General Partner of MPS Ventures. He has over 25 years of experience within the disciplines of asset protection, risk management and supply chain. He has held various senior leadership positions with Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, DeLonghi and more notably Verisk Analytics, where he was the Co-Founder and President of CargoNet, a supply chain risk management company.
Maurizio has written articles for international publications and has also spoken in the field of supply chain & supply chain security for many North American trade associations. He has and continues to contribute to various non-profit boards. He is accredited as a Certified Cargo Security Professional (CCSP) by the American Trucking Association and Loss Prevention Certified (LPC) by the Loss Prevention Foundation. He received his degrees and certifications from William Paterson University and Penn State University. During his down time he gives back as an adjunct professor teaching Supply Chain Management at William Paterson University.
Scott Cornell, 2nd VP, Transportation Lead and Crime & Theft Specialist, Travelers Inland Marine, has been in the insurance industry for 15 years and conducting investigations for 25 years, specializing in cargo theft, internal theft, embezzlement and corporate investigations. He has spent the last 15 years with Travelers and is currently overseeing the Cargo/Transportation division. Scott is a frequent speaker and instructor, and is a nationally recognized expert in the cargo theft field. Scott helped create a fully dedicated cargo theft unit for Travelers, known as SIG (Special Investigations Group), and is a co-inventor of a patented process for methods and systems for providing customized risk mitigation and recovery to an insurance customer. He and his team regularly partner with law enforcement and cargo task forces nationwide. He is a board member for TAPA (Transportation Asset Protection Agency) and serves on the TAPA Law Enforcement Committee. Scott has been an instructor and speaker regarding cargo theft and prevention at numerous engagements, including ATA, IASIU, Miami Dade PD Cargo School, Midwest cargo Summit, Texas Cargo Summit, TIDA, TCA, TLC, TIA and the National Cargo Theft Law Enforcement Summit.
John Cannon is Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the GBI Major Theft Unit with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI), which is responsible for cargo theft investigations in the state of Georgia. With over 40 years of Law Enforcement experience, SAC Cannon has worked in a variety of roles at the GBI including serving at the Democratic National Convention, the Olympic Games in Atlanta, the G-8 Summit at Sea Island. He was also a member of the GBI Special Response Team as well as the State of Georgia Special Weapons and Tactics Team. SAC Cannon has twice received the GBI Directors Award for investigative excellence during his career, along with the GBI Meritorious Service Award and the Medal of Valor from the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association. SAC Cannon graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Command College and the Professional Management Program at Columbus State University. He is a Senior Instructor at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, where he instructs on topics regarding drug investigations and cargo theft.