National Food Service Security Council Names
CAP Index as Official Research
The National Food Service Security Council (NFSSC), a professional trade
association of loss prevention, risk management, safety and security
professionals from the restaurant and quick service restaurant (QSR) industries,
announced today that CAP Index, Inc., the world leader in crime forecasting, has
been named its official research partner. As part of the organizations'
partnership, CAP Index will conduct several surveys of NFSSC's membership, as
well as provide and analyze industry-related research.
NFSSC executives announced the news from the floor of the 32nd Annual
Conference, currently being held in Palm Springs, CA. Simultaneously, NFSSC
announced to its membership the findings of its inaugural CAP Index-commissioned
study – the first of its kind in more than seven years – designed to measure and
analyze the occurrence of crime among U.S. restaurants.
"Our goal has always been to help our members identify and utilize the tools
necessary to reduce crime at their establishments," said Jim Forlenza, Executive
Director of the NFSSC. "With CAP Index's expertise, we are taking an extra step
forward, keeping our member locations as safe and secure as possible for
employees and customers alike."
In commenting on CAP Index's partnership with NFSSC, Jon Groussman, President
and COO of CAP Index, said, "CAP Index has enjoyed a long and healthy
relationship with NFSSC members, offering loss prevention and crime mapping
tools since CAP's inception in 1988. As NFSSC's official research partner, we
look forward to conducting industry-specific research and providing actionable
intelligence integral to the safety and security of restaurant and QSR chains
About CAP Index, Inc.
CAP Index, Inc. is the world leader in crime forecasting. For nearly 25 years,
the company has provided innovative solutions to Fortune 500 corporations and
government agencies looking to minimize a broad range of losses, including
shortage, general liability, fraud and crimes against persons and property.
CAP Index provides loss forecasting tools to 81 of the U.S. Fortune 100
companies, as well as leading retailers, financial institutions, insurance
companies and quick service restaurant (QSR) chains throughout the U.S., U.K.
About the National Food
Service Security Council (NFSSC)
NFSSC is the only organization representing loss prevention, security and risk
management professionals from the major casual dining, quick service restaurant
and food service chains for the purpose of educational networking, benchmarking
and professional development opportunities. The mission of NFSSC is to educate
and inform its members on those topics that help improve and enhance the safety
and security of their employees and customers, while being an advocate for the
food service industry. NFSSC members include 18 of the 20 largest U.S. quick
serve chain restaurants.