Metropolitan Security Council Of Greater New York

About the Metropolitan Security Council

On behalf of the Metropolitan Security Council we would like to introduce our organization.
Metropolitan Security Council of Greater New York was created in 1965 in New York State for the purpose of loss prevention, security and safety. Members share solutions to problems affecting our retail companies on a daily basis such as; professional shoplifters, credit card fraud, bad checks, passing of merchandise, gift card fraud, refund fraud, insurance fraud, etc. Our guest speakers include law enforcement officials discussing problems that affect our business communities. Our common goal has always been to reduce our shrink while keeping a safe and secure environment and to achieve profitability for the companies who employ us.

Our vendors provide us with up-to-date technologies which aide us in our fight against shrink. There is never any pressure to purchase any of these systems. Dues are kept to a minimum and are used to cover the cost of seminars and expenses. The meetings also include a sit down lunch. Dues for retailers are $150.00 for the year, which is usually paid by your company. Dues for vendors are $200.00. New members are charged $35.00 for the first meeting only, payable by cash or check. There is no obligation to join, but we welcome you to come and meet new friends, and share your experiences while you enjoy an educational lunch. The Metropolitan Security Council of Greater New York is a non-profit organization.

We welcome any retailer, large or small. We encourage you to send a representative of your company to our next meeting. Many council members have double-digit years of experience in retail. Our members are a vast group with knowledge and expertise from various companies such as: Rite Aid, Stop & Shop, National Wholesale Liquidators, King Kullen, CVS, Garda, IBI Armored, Red Apple Group, Inc., D'Agostino, Duane Reade, Ahold Giant Foods, just to name a few. They offer great advice. The learning never stops. Please join us at our next meeting!

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