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NYPD Commissioner
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Left to right: Jason Hulla (Loss Prevention Operations Director), NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill, and John Feehan (Exec. Asset Protection Director)



Hank Siemers, CFI promoted to Vice President - Retail Security
for Tiffany & Co.

This is a global security role responsible for Tiffany's retail presence and network of stores in the Americas (U.S., Canada and, Latin America), EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa), Greater China, Asia-Pacific, and Japan. He will be responsible for the protection of the customers and employees, retail locations, retail-based inventory, and for all events supporting retail operations. Hank joined Tiffany in 1998 as a Regional Security Manager for Tiffany and Co.'s U.S. retail operations and was most recently the Senior Director, Global Protection-International. He will be based on NYC and report to David McGowan, Vice President, Global Protection. Congratulations Hank!

Florida man made bombs, wanted to blow up East Coast Target stores
to buy cheap stock

An Ocala man made at least 10 explosive devices in hopes of blowing up Targets along the East Coast in an elaborate and deadly scheme to buy cheap stocks of the company, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Mark Charles Barnett faces a maximum of 10 years in federal prison.

Barnett concocted a plan to place explosives disguised as food items in Target stores along the East Coast from Florida to New York, thinking the plot would cause stock prices for the retail-store giant to plummet and he could buy cheap shares of the company before they rebound.

He paid a man $10,000 to place the bombs on shelves. On Feb. 9, Barnett gave the man at least 10 explosives, a bag of gloves, a mask and a license-plate cover, which would be used to cover up the man's identity. But before the plan moved forward, the man went to the authorities and gave them the bombs and explained Barnett's plan. orlandosentinel.com

'The Rising Amazon Effect'
Survey Says: One Billion Square Feet of Retail Space to Change or Disappear

More than 10 percent of the nation's retail space - nearly 1 billion square feet - might need to be shuttered, repurposed, or renegotiated for lower rent, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers annual report on the state of retailing, released this week.

"The retail store of the past may well be dead, as evidenced by the ongoing trend of thousands of store closures over the last decades - capped by several new rapid-fire rounds of closure announcements in early 2017 after a lackluster in-store holiday shopping season for some eclipsed by record-breaking online sales," the report said. "Expect more of these announcements as the pace of digital change continues to accelerate, necessitating reinvention with an urgency."

The report indicates that retailers are grappling over how many of their physical stores should stay open and which ones should double as fulfillment centers. The report notes that the U.S. leads the world in retail space, with 24 square feet per capita, compared to 16 in Canada, five in the U.K., and four in France. wwd.com

E-commerce expected to plateau around 30% of retail sales by 2020
Leaving the rest to brick-and-mortar retailers

Despite the growth of e-commerce, which now makes up about 20 percent of total retail sales when excluding areas such as cars, gas and food, Fitch Ratings' senior director David Silverman said brick-and-mortar retailers shouldn't think they're being completely pushed to the curb by shoppers.

"In fact the vast majority of purchases are expected to be made in-person for the foreseeable future," Silverman said. While e-commerce is certainly a growing area of retail, he noted it is expected to hit around 30 percent of total retail sales by 2020 and trend there for some time. wwd.com

Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police Endorses Turning Point Justice
The Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police recently published an endorsement for the Turning Point Justice restorative justice program in the Miami-Dade County market:

"Retailers have developed an educational alternative for first time shoplifters to avoid criminal prosecution, sending a consistent message to the community that shoplifting is a crime. An innovative strategy that provides a consistent protocol for addressing shoplifting is in the best interests of law enforcement because it reduces time spent by police officers handling such calls for service, conserving police resources for more serious offenses. As a result, the Miami-Dade County Association of Chiefs of Police supports the concept of a community accountability partnership, such as Turning Point Justice, that reduces police calls regarding misdemeanor retail theft, maintains a low court documented recidivism rate, provides immediate, consistent consequences that are proportionate to the offense, reduces the cost of repeat offenses, and provides reasonable reparation to the victim."

"We are excited by the support and endorsement of the Dade Police Chiefs," says Paul Jones, chief operating officer at Turning Point Justice. "We estimate that our program will save Dade county over $5 million in police calls and prosecutors time." linkedin.com

Former Tiffany director alleges company pushed her out over gene mutation
A former employee of Tiffany & Co. says the jewelry maker pushed her out after she had her breasts and ovaries removed to avoid getting cancer. Lisa O'Rourke alleges in a federal lawsuit that the New York-based company discriminated against her because she carries a gene mutation that put her at high risk for developing cancer, and she was compelled to have surgeries that her lawyer says were life-saving. O'Rourke, 45, was director of strategic sourcing for Tiffany at its manufacturing facility in Cumberland, Rhode Island.

Tiffany is fighting the lawsuit, filed in November in U.S. District Court in Rhode Island, and said it believes the allegations are "completely without merit." foxnews.com

Bugs And Hair Plagued Meningitis-Linked Pharmacy, Jury Told
The Massachusetts compounding pharmacy linked to a deadly outbreak of meningitis was plagued with bugs, human hair and the chief pharmacist's indifference to the problems, the company's former quality control officer told a jury on Thursday during her former boss's murder trial.

Annette Robinson testified under direct examination by federal prosecutors that Barry Cadden, the defendant in a Boston courtroom, often didn't act on the concerns she raised about safety at the New England Compounding Center - concerns that spiraled into a crisis in September 2012, when people around the country started dying of meningitis after they were injected with moldy NECC drugs. law360.com

Visa Settles With 13 Retailers In $625M UK Swipe Fees Trial
Visa Inc. settled on Wednesday with 13 of the 14 retailers in a £500 million ($625 million) swipe fees antitrust damages case before judgment in its recent trial had been delivered, London's High Court heard on Thursday in a separate interchange fees suit. The companies in the Visa action had been seeking an estimated £500 million in damages from the firm for overcharging bank-to-bank interchange fees on transactions. The settlement follows MasterCard's recent U.K. victory in its own interchange fees battle with retailers. law360.com

Report: Walgreens-Rite Aid deal to be approved in 2 to 4 weeks
The Federal Trade Commission is expected to approve Walgreens's acquisition of Rite Aid in the next two to four weeks, reported the New York Post, citing two sources close to the situation. The major sticking point was reportedly the number of Rite Aid stores that need to be divested to Fred's Pharmacy. The FTC gave "pushback" regarding the initial plan to divest 865 stores to Fred's, but now that Walgreens and Rite Aid have agreed to divest up to 1,200 stores, as well as improved the quality of stores to be divested, the FTC is much more likely to approve the deal. drugstorenews.com

RLPSA Releases Exclusive Educational Resource
The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (RLPSA) is proud to announce the release of a members-only video that provides a never-before-seen view inside some of the industry's leading restaurant safety programs. This safety video can be found under the Safety of Employees and the Safety of Customers sections in the Topic Centers portion of RLPSA's new website. The video can also be found here: rlpsa.com/topic-centers. Other highly educational and informative topics ranging from Crisis Management and Insurance Fraud, to Robbery Prevention and Workplace Safety, can also be found in the website's Topic Centers section. rlpsa.com

Shop-ins, boycotts, and protests have retailers feeling the heat

Gun sales cool following post-San Bernardino surge

Report: Apparel company Sunrise Brands bids on The Limited

Facing investor pressure, Kate Spade to explore 'strategic alternatives'

Retailers Make Fortune's 'Most Admired Companies' List

Amazon Launches Job Training Program In Seattle

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Tips for Identifying POS Skimmers
Ingenico, a credit card terminal manufacturer, recently issued a guide on how to identify a skimmer in a standard terminal (Ingenico iSC250):

A skimming terminal is significantly larger than normal - A skimmer should be longer and wider than the terminal itself to correspond to its size. That's why a skimming terminal is noticeably larger than a true one. This is the principal feature that helps recognize fraudulent devices.

No button highlights - A skimmer that was inserted too quickly may block the button highlighting on the terminal.

Green LED light is blocked - An attachable skimmer also blocks the green LED light that should be on when the terminal scans a card.

Frequent operation errors - Skimmers sometimes get in the way of the magnetic strip when they scan data. This results in more operation errors and significantly slows down the normal workings of the terminal. So pay attention if a terminal operates much slower than it should.

A stylus is not attached - All payment terminals have a stylus attached to them that clients use to enter their signature after their card has been scanned. A skimmer inside an iSC250 doesn't allow the stylus to be attached. brightside.me

From Russia With Love
Ransomware Growth Fueled By Russian-Speaking Cybercriminals

A study by security vendor Kaspersky Lab shows that Russian-speaking individuals and cybercrime groups are responsible for a major proportion of ransomware development and distribution activities globally. Nearly 80%, or 47 out of the 60 or so crypto-ransomware families that Kaspersky Lab discovered in the last 12 months, were from these sources, as evident by command and control infrastructure and underground forums studied by the security firm.

At least some of the activity appears tied to the availability of educated and skilled code developers in Russia and within neighboring countries, Kaspersky Lab said in a blog this week.

Also contributing to the situation is a fine-tuned and constantly evolving Russian-speaking ransomware ecosystem that makes it possible for anyone, from highly-skilled developers to script kiddies, to participate in and profit from cyber extortion. darkreading.com

1 Jailed, 2 Get Probation In Hacking-For-Spam Case
Sent spam emails from hacked accounts on corporate databases

A New Jersey federal judge on Thursday sentenced a programmer and an ex-Comcast worker to probation and another to four years' prison, after they made $2 million sending spam emails from hacked accounts by using personal information from 60 million people that was stolen from corporate databases.

Federal prosecutors had accused Livingston and Chmielarz of hacking into people's email accounts and seizing control of the email servers of some of their corporate victims. The indictment detailed a scheme that hit four corporate victims, but did not identify those companies by name. law360.com

Most Canadian IT professionals report some security solutions "outdated and inadequate": study
Most IT professionals in Canada (73%) feel strongly that some of their security solutions are outdated and inadequate, according to the Canadian results of a global study released last week. Canada was among the top four countries (including the U.S., U.A.E. and the U.K.) to agree that their organizations' existing security solutions are outdated and inadequate, said a statement from Citrix. Seventy-one per cent of the polled 265 Canadian IT and IT security practitioners said their organization needs a new IT security framework to improve its security posture and reduce risk; 52% of Canadian respondents stated that their organization will increase budget for IT security in 2017 - equivalent to the global average; and more than any other country, Canadian IT practitioners think that machine learning is the most important technology to reduce security risk over the next two years (85%). canadianunderwriter.ca

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Groupon fights ecommerce fraud using PIPL's people search engine
PIPL has sold subscriptions to the new business version of its search engine to Sam's Club, Magento and Groupon to detect card-not-present fraud in ecommerce orders.

PIPL, a search engine that connects people to email addresses and social media usernames, has released PIPL Pro a professional version of its popular search engine that enables business users to look up the contact, work and social information of over 3 billion people.

A spokesman for PIPL said that Groupon began using the professional version of its search engine during a closed beta at the end of 2016. He added that Magento and Sam's Club also inquired about the new solution ahead of the official launch. The company received inquiries from several other major e-commerce players regarding the new technology as well, the spokesman continued. thepaypers.com

Mobile Ad Fraud 2016: Japan Most Susceptible, iOS Most Targeted, Shopping Apps Third Most Targeted
According to ClicksMob's The State of Mobile Ad Fraud, 2016 report, which is released recently, the three countries that are most targeted by mobile ad fraudsters, for both Android and iOS, are Japan, Singapore, and the United States.

"The State of Mobile Ad Fraud" report for 2016 by ClicksMob highlights the following other trends in mobile ad frauds-

Weekends (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) were the most targeted days for fraudulent advertising, with Friday being the day with the most hits, at 18% of total attempts. In comparison, Mondays and Tuesdays drew in between 12% to 14% per day of total ad fraud attempts that occurred on a weekly basis.

• Gaming apps are the most targeted, followed by Lifestyle, Shopping, Travel, and Sports.

Ad fraud has now been likened to the drug trade, in terms of size and scale of crimes. A report by the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA), claims that ad fraud has turned into a major source of income for organized crime, and comes second only to the global drug trade. For the year 2016 alone, online advertisers were estimated to have lost about $7.2 billion because of ad frauds.

It is shocking to note that over 56% of the overall online traffic is accounted for not by humans, but by bots. It is even more alarming that 25% of the publishers over digital spaces have absolutely no way of detecting whether or not their traffic is originated by humans. dazeinfo.com

Kount Named Winner in the 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards and InfoSecurity Awards

Thriving E-commerce Refocuses Retailers On In-Store Service

Toronto, CN: $8 million 'lost and laundered' in elaborate fraud scheme
A married Toronto-area couple have been charged with fraud, laundering and counterfeiting following a months-long money-laundering investigation involving "well over" $8 million in phony checks and stolen merchandise. At a news conference at Toronto police headquarters Friday, Const. Michael Lane said the investigation, which began last June, revealed an "elaborate scheme," that involved more than $8 million worth of fraudulent checks and stolen merchandise. Lane said that officers launched an investigation after a fraudulent check was received at a money-service business. Police allege a woman tried to cash a certified check, which was later determined to be fraudulent. Lane alleges that with the funds, the suspects were able to obtain merchandise, including high-end vehicles. As part of the "elaborate scheme," the suspects opened businesses under fake names, Lane said. ctvnews.ca

Olathe, KS: Running store employee indicted on theft of more than $250,000
in merchandise

An Olathe man has been charged with theft of more than $275,000 in merchandise from the sporting goods store where he worked. A federal grand jury on Wednesday returned an indictment that charged the man, Craig W. Sullivan, 41, with 10 counts of wire fraud and three counts of mail fraud, The indictment alleges the crimes occurred while Sullivan worked for Garry Gribble's Running Sports, which has five locations in the Kansas City area. According to Beall, Sullivan oversaw merchandise that arrived at the main store in Overland Park and was responsible for distributing it to the other locations. The indictment alleges Sullivan stole merchandise - mainly Garmin GPS running watches - and sold them to an individual in California who operated an online business on eBay. cjonline.com

Providence, RI: Truck driver accused of stealing $90,000 worth of diapers
A truck driver allegedly stole $90,000 worth of diapers that he was supposed to deliver to an Amazon distribution center in Massachusetts. Rhode Island detectives said that Aubrey Bettis, 59, sold the stash of diapers and abandoned his semi-truck in the parking lot of a Super Eight Motel. On Thursday, Feb. 16, police tracked down more of the missing merchandise to an empty Providence storefront, where they found 800 additional boxes of diapers. Meanwhile, 1,200 boxes are still missing. Police arrested Bettis and another man for larceny and conspiracy. Investigators are searching for another suspect, as well as the rest of the diapers. westernmassnews.com

Norwalk, CT: Man Charge In $40,000 Theft Of Plumbing Supplies
Greg Zimnoch, 36, was arrested on burglary charges associated with two break-ins at a Main Avenue business. Police charged him with first-degree larceny, third-degree larceny, and two counts each of third-degree burglary. Police said Zimnoch stole more than $42,000 in one theft and more than $2,000 in another theft. Bond was set at $50,000. thehour.com

Northbrook, IL: Apple Store reports theft of over $5,700 in merchandise
At 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 11, the loss prevention agent at the Apple Store reported that merchandise was missing from a display shelf and checked the security camera. Two men came into the Apple Store and removed 29 items from the shelf and placed the merchandise into their coats. The stolen merchandise was valued at $5,741. patch.com

Bend, OR: Florida fugitive caught for credit card fraud in Bend
An anonymous tip helped the Bend Police Department arrest a Florida fugitive who tried to purchase more than $14,000 worth of iPhones with a stolen credit card. Suspect tried to purchase 16 iPhones on a stolen card. bendbulletin.com

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Robberies & Thefts

UPDATE: Matawan, NJ: Man convicted in Federal Court for the theft of $500,000 worth of Cigarettes
Andrew Oreckinto was convicted Monday in federal court for breaking into a Connecticut warehouse and stealing $500,000 worth of cigarette cartons - more than 8,000 cartons. Oreckinto is currently already in prison, serving a five-year sentence for stealing $100,000 worth of copper cable and selling it for scrap.

The warehouse break-in occurred in Wethersfield, Connecticut in March 2011. At 7:00 a.m. on March 20, 2011, Wethersfield Police responded to an open garage door complaint at New Britain Candy, a warehouse for a business that distributes items to convenience stores in Connecticut and neighboring states. A glue-like substance had been forced into the front door lock causing it to be inoperable, exterior surveillance camera wires and a phone line had been cut, and alarm panels and speakers had been disabled. Approximately 8,012 cartons of cigarettes, as well as a pallet jack, were missing from the warehouse. The stolen cigarettes had a wholesale value of approximately $300,000 and a retail value of approximately $500,000. courant.com

Memphis, TN: Former Bass Pro employee: Bullets, BB guns stolen from store on daily basis
Keith Thole said he started working in the towering pyramid when it opened in April of 2015. His gig as a supervisor at Bass Pro was one he loved, but the shoplifters -- not so much. One January day took a different turn after he got a call that a teen pocketed a box of ammunition. Thole said he stopped the thief at the door and was waiting for the MPD officer to arrive, but the kid ran. At first, Thole thought he was lunging at him and said he briefly grabbed the suspect's arm. "It was a defensive manner, completely instinctive reaction," said Thole. "There was no ill intention in me grabbing him." He was fired soon after. wreg.com

Brooklyn, NY: Jewelry Store Owner Turns Tables, Runs Down Violent Robbers
A brave jewelry store owner turned the tables on a pair of masked robbers, and surveillance cameras recorded the wild scene in Brooklyn. As CBS2's Dave Carlin reported, jewelry store surveillance cameras showed two suspects with ski masks on. A man in a black jacket made a grab for merchandise, while a man in a woman's red trench coat bee-lined for the counter to put a bag over a store employee's head. The woman yelled, and her boss - who was upstairs in his studio - made a superhero style entrance. Cohen grabbed a decorative wooden panel and went after the men, sending them on the run as he got a whack at one of them. cbslocal.com

Newtown, CT: Liquor store owner staged Robbery
Newtown police and the community are thankful that a liquor store owner is now behind bars, after allegedly staging an armed robbery, in which he claimed two men started a fire and spray-painted racist graffiti. On Thursday, police arrested Scott Young, the owner of Rooster Wines & Liquors. Young falsely reported that two men stole a large amount of cash from several nights' receipts, one of them holding him at gunpoint, back on Jan. 21st. Police charged Young with first-degree arson, first-degree criminal mischief, second-degree providing a false statement, interfering with police, and three counts of first-degree reckless endangerment. wtnh.com

Pacifica, CA: Armed Robber Swipes Cash From Safeway Store Safe; Police are still investigating out how the suspect got into back room where safe was kept
Police are asking for help identifying a suspect in an armed robbery Wednesday night at a Safeway store in Pacifica. At 9:40 p.m. Police said the suspect, who appeared to be wearing a mask entered the room where the safe is and took out a gun. The suspect took an undetermined amount of money and fled the store. Police Capt. Chris Clements said officers are still finding out how the suspect got into the room where the safe is. patch.com

UK: Manager of Jones Bootmaker shoe shop stole $8,500 in refund fraud; embarrassed his wife earned more than him
Million Girmay, 34, put through 34 bogus refunds over seven months at the Jones Bootmaker branch in Covent Garden, pocketing the cash or transferring money to his credit card. Girmay, who lists "loss prevention" among his skills on LinkedIn, suffered from "male pride" over his wife's salary. standard.co.uk

Aurora, CO: Owner of Pharmacies charged with felony theft and fraud; fraudulently billing Medicaid for over $4.4 million

Ballston Spa, NY: Rite Aid Pharmacist pleads guilty to theft of prescription opioid painkiller hydrocodone

UK: Update: Ringleader of Hatton Garden raid Danny Jones pleads guilty to stealing over $1.25 Million worth of gems

UK: Lancashire: Woman caught Shoplifting at Bargain Booze admits to stealing to pay off her Drug Dealer

Skimming Theft

Louisiana Sheriff busts largest Gas Skimming operation in State History; estimated $2 Million
Two Florida residents have been and charged in what Louisiana officials are calling the largest gas skimming operation in state history. Deputies with the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office made the arrests early Thursday morning. The official charges are monetary instrument abuse and access device fraud. Sheriff's deputies allege that during a traffic stop, they discovered and seized five internal gas skimmers and equipment used to create fake credit cards. The deputies have charged father and son Serafin Fuentes, 54, and Juan Fuentes, 28, both of Miami. Deputies called in the Secret Service to assist in the investigation due to the magnitude of the discovery. A representative said each skimmer can hold up to 800 to 1,000 credit cards, with each credit given a minimum worth of $500. The Secret Service estimates the equivalence of their discovery to include $2 million worth of theft. beauregarddailynews.net


Sterling Heights, MI: Woman accused in online luxury handbag scam
A Sterling Heights woman was named in a criminal complaint in federal court Thursday, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from victims across the country in an online luxury handbag scheme. Sydney Dalia faces up to 20 years in prison after being charged with fraud, according to the FBI. FBI Special Agent John Ryan said in court documents that the victims either in sent money or a handbag to trade with Dalia. The victims "failed to receive the item they purchased or traded for, but received a box of worthless items or received nothing." macombdaily.com

AM/ PM - Shreveport, LA - Armed Robbery/ Shooting- clerk wounded
Camden Seafood - Camden, SC - Armed Robbery
Cherry Valley Marketplace - Brooklyn, NY - Burglary
Circle K - Normal, IL - Robbery
Electric Underground -Fargo, ND - Burglary
GameStop - Orangeburg, SC - Armed Robbery
J.D. Mills Health Food - Evanston, IL - Burglary
John's Roasted Pork - Philadelphia, PA - Burglary
Little Brown Jug - Roseville, MI - Armed Robbery/ Shooting- Clerk fired 2 shots
M&A Market - Wilmington, DE - Shooting - 1 wounded
Metro PCS - Cleveland, OH - Armed Robbery
Mia Pizza - Pittsburgh, PA - Robbery
National Armory Guns & Range - Pompano Beach, FL - Burglary
Penn Jersey C-Store - Wilson, PA - Robbery
Safeway - Pacifica, CA - Armed Robbery
Saint Bernard - Houston, TX - Burglary
SportsClips - Austin, TX - Kidnapping (domestic situation) Shooting- victim killed, suspect suicide
Sports Vape - Fargo, ND - Burglary


Daily Totals:
9 robberies
7 burglaries
4 shootings
2 killed

Weekly Totals:
95 robberies
24 burglaries
28 shootings
12 killed

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