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Tara Park Joins Vector Security as VP of Human Resources & Becomes
Part of the Leadership Team

Seasoned HR professional will further build upon the Company's dedication and commitment to excellence of its team members.

Vector Security, the fourth largest security company in the United States and the leading provider of intelligent mobile security and automation solutions to homes and businesses, recently announced that Tara Park has joined the company as Vice President of Human Resources effective immediately. Park also becomes a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

Park will be responsible for creating and driving Vector Security's HR strategy to complement and support the strategic initiatives of their four business units including Branch Operations, Authorized Dealer Program, Vector Security Networks and ADS Security.

Read more here


Jayson Sutton named Vice President - Shortage Control & Safety for Burlington Stores, Inc.

Before joining Burlington Stores, Jayson spent over a year with Amazon as Senior Leader - New Regions. Prior to that, he spent nearly nine years with Ross Stores as Vice President of Loss Prevention, AVP - Loss Prevention, Sr. Director - Loss Prevention, and Regional Loss Prevention Director. Earlier in his career, he held LP/AP roles with Target and Toys R Us. Congratulations, Jayson!

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Tony D'Onofrio, Prosegur's CEO & Managing Dir, Global Retail Business
Unit, Recognized as RETHINK Retail Top 100 Retail Influencer

The RETHINK Retail Top 100 Retail Influencers is an annual list featuring the world's most instrumental influencers in retail.

This list is comprised of retail experts, consultants, analysts, academics, journalists, and thought leaders who are making an impact in retail in 2021.

Influencers are recognized for their activity within the online retail community. Influencers frequently comment on retail trends or news stories, share industry insights and join thought leadership discussions. These influencers take on many roles. We selected executives from academia, media, consultancies and analyst firms.

Click here to see the full list of influencers.

Auror: Growing in North America

Auror has recently partnered with some of the largest retailers in North America to address crime and improve the safety of their associates and customers. 

With Auror, retailers are able to identify the 20% of offenders causing over 70% of their malicious loss and harm, using structured, non-biased intel reported by store teams. The privacy-by-design platform then allows for the secure distribution of intelligence to front line teams and empowers them with information to prevent more crime and keep everyone safe. 

Read more in today's Vendor Spotlight column below


Protests & Violence

Violent Crime Up 44% in Atlanta - 85% of Cities Saw Increases in Homicides

Fewer Cops & Less Foot Traffic on the Streets Emboldens Criminals

Atlanta's Crime Wave Makes Some Residents Look to the Suburbs

Buckhead group explores seceding from the city amid rise in violent crime;
'Everybody is on edge'

Violent crime has been on the rise in many parts of Atlanta since last summer, not just Buckhead. From Jan. 1 to Feb. 20, there were 18 homicides in Atlanta, up 80% compared with the same period last year, according to the Atlanta Police Department. Shooting incidents were up 32% for the same period; robberies, 17%; and aggravated assaults, 47%.

In the police zone that includes Buckhead, robberies were up 40% from the same period last year and aggravated assaults rose 35%. In the police zone that includes the downtown area, aggravated assaults rose 24% and auto thefts rose more than 200%, compared with the same period last year.

Many major U.S. cities experienced increases in homicides, aggravated assaults and gun-related crimes in 2020, according to a report funded in part by the Council on Criminal Justice, a think tank. Of the 34 cities in the report, 29 saw annual increases in homicides, including Atlanta with 38%, New York City with 43% and Chicago with 55%.

Some Buckhead residents are so alarmed by the crime wave that they have launched a committee to explore seceding from Atlanta, which would mean having its own police department. The Buckhead Exploratory Committee told The Wall Street Journal that crime wasn't its only concern but was playing a critical role.

The police department and criminologists attribute the change to a shortage in officers, following protests over policing last summer that led many officers to retire or take jobs elsewhere. They also say less foot traffic on city streets during the pandemic emboldens criminals who are more likely to think they won't get caught.

Earlier this month, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the pandemic and police recruiting and staffing played roles in the violent crime spikes in Atlanta and other major cities.

"The violent crime problem over the last year in particular, 2020, is something that is a great concern that we are very warily keeping our eye on," Mr. Wray said.

Atlanta Police Department spokesman Sgt. John Chafee said in a statement the rise in violent crime came while "we were dealing with increased hostility toward law enforcement and a decreased sense of trust toward police. Atlanta, as well as many other cities, saw an increase in officers leaving the job, further adding to the challenges faced in keeping our communities safe."

"The criminals read the news and watch the TV," she said. "They know you are down officers." wsj.com

Derek Chauvin trial judge reinstates third-degree murder charge in
the death of George Floyd
The judge overseeing the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd reinstated a third-degree murder charge in the case Thursday, paving the way for the trial to proceed as scheduled.

The decision was a victory for prosecutors who had sought to reinstate the charge against Derek Chauvin, the White officer filmed with his knee on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes during a police investigation last May. He is already charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the Black man's death. washingtonpost.com

Major Demonstration Planned for Saturday in Louisville

Large protest expected in Louisville one year after Breonna Taylor's death
Hundreds of people are expected in downtown Louisville on Saturday afternoon as protesters commemorate one year since Breonna Taylor was killed by Louisville police.

Taylor's family and the New York-based organization Until Freedom have partnered to host several events over the weekend, including food distribution, a brunch and - most visibly - a large rally and march on Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. at Jefferson Square Park.

Linda Sarsour, one of the co-founders of Until Freedom, which organized several large-scale protests in Kentucky in 2020, said she expected "hundreds and hundreds" to be in downtown Louisville.

In a press release Wednesday, Louisville Metro Police Chief Erika Shields said the blocks adjacent to Jefferson Square Park, located at Sixth and Jefferson streets in downtown Louisville, will be closed to vehicle traffic from after the morning rush hour on Friday through Sunday "to create a walking plaza and ensure the safety of those planning to gather at Jefferson Square Park this weekend." courier-journal.com

New Bill Cracking Down on Protesters

Oklahoma House passes bill to protect drivers who hit protesters
In a rare, early-morning vote, Republican lawmakers in the Oklahoma House approved legislation to grant immunity to drivers who hit protesters. On a party-line vote Wednesday, the House passed a bill that grants civil and criminal immunity for drivers who unintentionally injure or kill protesters while "fleeing from a riot."

House Bill 1674 from Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore, is just one of a handful of GOP-sponsored bills in the Oklahoma Legislature this year designed to crack down on protests.

The bill came under fire from legislative Democrats who said the Republican majority was looking to lash out at protesters instead of taking steps to address systemic racism and police misconduct that have spurred widespread Black Lives Matter protests. oklahoman.com

Man Who Brought Assault Rifle to BLM Protest Sentenced to 46 Months

Several arrests reported at protest outside Cuomo's NYC office

COVID Update

95.7M Vaccinations Given

US: Over 29.8M Cases - 542K Dead - 20.6M Recovered
Worldwide: 118.7M Cases - 2.6M Dead - 94.3M Recovered

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One Year Ago Our Lives Changed - Forever
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus
a pandemic.
The empty shelves; the people in masks on the bus; the email saying the office would be closed. A year ago, we realized that everything was about to change.

For a brief moment, it felt like we were all in this together. What happened?

One in three Americans has lost someone to the coronavirus.
They have coped with sudden pain and immeasurable sorrow.

One out of 670 Americans has died of the virus. Millions of Americans are adjusting to a new reality without their loved ones that would have been unimaginable only a year ago.
For the bereaved, just as they are trapped in the pandemic, they are trapped in their grief.

The young have lost the old, parents and grandparents who could have lived for decades more.  nytimes.com

Hospitalizations Down 70% From Early January - Lowest Level Since Oct. 20
The country's vaccination effort, seen as key to ending the pandemic, has been accelerating. Newly reported coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, meanwhile, are falling, though they remain at high levels and public-health officials continue to warn against dropping Covid-19 restrictions too soon.

Vaccinations in the U.S. are rising, but hesitancy remains a potential challenge to achieving herd immunity. wsj.com

NRF Request 'Industry Specific Guidance' - Not One-Size-Fits-All
Retailers Express Concern About OSHA Emergency Regulation Regarding COVID
The National Retail Federation today expressed concern about a possible Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) emergency temporary standard regarding COVID-19. NRF urged OSHA to continue to issue industry-specific guidance concerning COVID-19. 

In January, President Biden issued an executive order directing OSHA, which is responsible for establishing workplace requirements, to issue emergency temporary standards for COVID-19 by March 15.

NRF is concerned about the possibly of OSHA issuing a rigid, one-size-fits-all emergency regulation, particularly during a global pandemic that has already imposed substantial economic hardship on businesses. An OSHA regulation - especially one promulgated without the benefit of the normal notice and comment process - could distract from retailers' existing safety efforts that are effectively protecting employees and customers from the dangers of COVID-19. 

NRF submitted a statement ahead of today's House Committee on Education and Labor hearing on "Clearing the Air: Science-Based Strategies to Protect Workers from COVID-19 Infections." nrf.com

Employers Need To Follow OSHA & Biden's Direct Order
States Rejecting COVID Rules Create Employer Problems

Federal mask and other mandates continue to remain in force.

The states of Texas, Wyoming and Mississippi have chosen to discard their legal and regulatory restraints on businesses that were instituted to control the spread of COVID-19, but employers need to keep in mind that federal legal requirements remain in force and need to communicate this fact to their employees.

There is no better example of this than the mask mandates, which these states have on their books but which they have chosen to eliminate.

Attorneys Daniel R. Stern and Elizabeth Voss of the Dykema Gossett law firm say the Texas governor's order may serve to encourage employees who were opposed to company safety protocols to resist them.

"As was the case before the executive order, and recognizing the possible need for religious or disability accommodation, employees who refuse to comply with any policy or requirement, including a requirement to wear a mask in common areas of the worksite, can be disciplined up to and including termination of employment," they point out.

Brittany Barrientos and Molly Walsh, attorneys with the law firm of Stinson LLP, tell businesses they should not be too quick to change their workplace policies because the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) still requires employers to provide a safe and healthful work environment.

Under a direct order signed by President Joe Biden on his first day in office, the federal agency has issued extensive new guidelines for employers who come under its jurisdiction. Employers should provide all workers with face coverings (that is, cloth face coverings or surgical masks), unless their work task requires a respirator. ehstoday.com

As Texas opens up 100%, the Dallas grocery scene stays 99.9% masked up
Shoppers went about their errands on Wednesday morning and continued to wear masks just as major retail companies asked them to do.

A sweep of several grocery stores in Dallas on Wednesday found that shoppers are abiding by individual retailers' rules to continue wearing masks.

Wednesday marks the first day that Texas is 100% open, based on Gov. Greg Abbott's order last week. Requirements that became routine in the past year and were designed to stop the spread of COVID-19, such as capacity limits and mask wearing, are lifted in Texas.

"He's left it up to the stores and the people. We're not children," Morgan said. "We're smart enough to handle this."

Later Wednesday afternoon at some of Dallas' popular shopping centers - NorthPark Center, The Shops at Park Lane, The Plaza at Preston Plaza and Preston Center - the scene was similar. Shoppers wearing masks.

People were mostly masked but some noses were hanging out. Only a handful of people were seen late Wednesday afternoon at NorthPark with no masks in hand or even hanging around their necks. dallasnews.com

L.A., Orange counties dramatically improve COVID rates, await word
on major reopenings
Some of California's biggest counties are now closer to a wider economic reopening than they've been in months, with only a smattering of strategically deployed COVID-19 vaccines standing between them and the ability to resume on-site dining and welcome additional students for on-campus learning.

According to new state data released Tuesday, Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties recorded coronavirus case rates low enough to enable them to escape the strictest, or purple, tier of California's four-tier reopening roadmap. The timing of when they officially land in a less restrictive category, however, hinges on how quickly vaccine can be administered to residents of some disadvantaged areas.

Under the existing criteria, none of L.A., Orange or San Bernardino counties would be in position to advance from the purple tier this week.

Though the red tier is the second-strictest of California's reopening plan, reaching that category still affords far wider opportunities for business and other activities to resume.

Counties in the red tier can allow indoor restaurant dining and movie theaters to reopen at 25% capacity or up to 100 people, whichever is less. In-person classes also would be allowed to resume for students in grades seven through 12

Indoor gyms and dance and yoga studios can open at 10% capacity. Museums, zoos and aquariums can open indoor activities at 25% capacity, and nonessential stores and libraries can open at 50% capacity, up from 25%. latimes.com

McKinsey & Company
COVID-19: Implications for business

COVID-19: Briefing note #45, March 10, 2021

After a year of COVID-19, women in the workplace want out, and companies seek growth in all directions. Here's one of the more intriguing statistics from last year's Women in the Workplace research: 77 percent of men think they share the load at home equally with their partners, while just 40 percent of women agree. Sounds like the guys have some "splainin" to do. Given that imbalance, and the enormous burden (three hours a day, or more) that COVID-19 has added to women's workload, it may be less surprising that one-quarter of women in corporate America are thinking about leaving. Senior partners Alexis Krivkovich and Lareina Yee dig into the details, in the latest edition of The McKinsey Podcast. And our salute to International Women's Day charts the impact to date and hints at the way forward. mckinsey.com

More Calls For Help Protecting Retail Workers in the UK
UK: Usdaw renews call for law to protect shopworkers
Retail trade union Usdaw has renewed its call for legislation to protect retail staff after its research reveals that 79% of shopworkers say abuse was worse last year.

The final results of Usdaw's 2020 survey of 2,729 shopworkers across the UK found that: 88% experienced verbal abuse, 60% were threatened by a customer, and 9% were assaulted.

Paddy Lillis, Usdaw general secretary, said: "Our latest survey results clearly show the scale of the appalling violence, threats and abuse faced by shopworkers and demonstrate the need for a 'protection of shopworkers' law. It has been a terrible year for our members, with almost 90% of shopworkers suffering abuse, two-thirds threatened and nearly one in ten assaulted. We are saying loud and clear that enough is enough, abuse should never be part of the job.

"The UK government has persistently opposed new legislation, offering little more than sympathy and objecting to the Alex Norris protection of shopworkers bill in the House of Commons. However, we had a great result for our members in Scotland, as MSPs voted through ground-breaking legislation to give shopworkers the protection they deserve. We are now looking for MPs to support key workers across the retail sector and help turn around the UK government's opposition."

Usdaw's research can be downloaded here. talkingretail.com

Just a Word About Safety
Never Before Has That Word Meant More than Now!
For decades it was relegated to the bottom of the stack of priorities and even then it was rarely invested in and over the last couple of decades we saw those functions become one-person jobs with third-party insurers and some LP folks auditing certain aspects of the store-level safety requirements. But it's never been a top of the list necessity like it is today. And quite frankly, we don't see it changing for some time.

While retailers may not go filing new safety positions, they'll never lose their focus on illness. Something that needed more attention for years and now we have it.

Now it's up to each executive to lead by example and adopt best practices about their own health and about the health of their co-workers. Do you have a formal program established?

A perfect example of this is over at Chipotle, where employees are actually rewarded for notifying the corporate hotline when a co-worker reports to work ill. One of many practices they developed in response to the food poisoning deaths they experienced a couple of years ago. Please - Let's keep them all safe out there! Just a thought. -Gus Downing

Target Rolls-Out Hybrid "Flex for your Day" Work Approach
Target to give up one-third (1 million square feet) of its office space
in downtown Minneapolis
The largest employer in downtown Minneapolis doesn't need as much space because it will allow workers to work from home more often.

Target, the largest employer in downtown Minneapolis, announced this morning that it will move out of the City Center building. The company is the building's largest tenant, leasing nearly a million square feet of office space in the 51-story downtown skyscraper. In exiting City Center, Target will reduce its office space downtown by about one-third.

Target's City Center offices have been sitting mostly empty in the last year as the retailer, like many corporate employers, have transitioned to working from home. About 3,500 of Target's 8,500 downtown Minneapolis employees worked in City Center before the pandemic. Transferring to the other campuses.

Last month, Target told employees that it was postponing its return to the office to this fall, after previous expecting to come back in June.

The move is the first by a major Twin Cities employer to signal that office centers like downtown Minneapolis will be vastly different from what they were before the pandemic. It is likely to affect mass transit patterns, real estate values and the futures of other downtown businesses.

In an e-mail to Target employees, Melissa Kremer, Target's chief human resources officer, said that the company is reimagining the future of work at headquarters and will adopt a hybrid "Flex for your Day" approach in which employees will be able to work remotely as well as in person at the office as they "gradually return to headquarters" later this year. But the reality is that "Flex for Your Day" will require less office space, so we'll be ending our City Center operations in downtown Minneapolis." startribune.com

   Ripple Effect - Who's Next in Reducing Office Space?

From Hero to Zero When it Comes to Vaccines?
They were hailed as heroes. But food store workers still await vaccine
eligibility in many states
The country clapped for them on Friday evenings from their front doors, porches and open windows, vowing they'd never take an essential worker for granted again.

And yet, perhaps when it matters most, workers in grocery stores, convenience stores and bodegas still remain ineligible by occupation for the COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts and many other states - despite the hundreds, even thousands, of individuals they encounter during any given week.

Groups of public-facing workers are adrift in the vaccine frenzy in many states, as officials seek to prioritize older individuals with the highest rates of death from the coronavirus. But time and again, data shows that people of color and immigrants, who are disproportionately represented in these essential industries, are also disproportionately impacted by the virus.

Food store workers - who have manned cash registers and stocked shelves all pandemic without reprieve - have ultimately fallen by the wayside as Massachusetts shuffles around its vaccine phases and reprioritizes certain populations.

Higher rates of COVID-19 have been found in communities with greater percentages of workers in essential services, said a February data brief from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health focusing on food stores and urban transit employees. The same data shows people of color are overrepresented in both lines of work. telegram.com

NYC faces crisis of empty hotels amid COVID pandemic
Recently, seven hotels have been forced to go into foreclosure and were placed up for auction.
The seven hotels are from a variety of neighborhoods including Times Square, Chelsea, Herald Square and the Financial District, operating under the Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn and Candlewood Suites brands. Sold for 40% of value to one developer. nypost.com

NYC expands indoor dining to 50 percent capacity


RFID Enabling the Digital Transformation
How RFID Powers Retail: Past, Present and Future
The technology is a valuable tool supporting consumer-driven innovation, and it can help retailers and brands sell more products, whether during periods of economic prosperity or in times of crisis.

It has not always been announced with great fanfare, but the retail industry is increasingly turning to radio frequency identification (RFID) as more benefits are uncovered. With supply chain visibility and inventory accuracy continuing to grow in importance, RFID has gone from being "nice to have" to being foundational to the ecommerce models that are critical for the survival of retail companies today.

While the use of RFID in retail had a brief hiatus in the early 2000s, the industry has been encouraged by lower implementation costs. Early adopters have proven that the technology can provide a significant return on investment. In fact, according to a recent Accenture study, 92 percent of the 50 North American retailers surveyed said they are either piloting RFID or have reached full adoption, up from 34 percent in 2014.

More recently, as the industry reels from the impact of coronavirus and social distancing, the digitization of the supply chain, including the use of RFID, could help those companies utilizing the technology to emerge from the crisis with greater efficiency. RFID is also being extended for item-level identification as part of future-forward innovation plans, such as the adoption of blockchain for increased transparency

Let's take a closer look at the reasons why RFID has been thriving-past, present and future-including how it will continue to play a supporting role in a post-COVID-19 world, and how it shows promising signs of supporting and integrating with emerging technology. rfidjournal.com

These Businesses Thrived in Lockdown. Can They Keep It Up Now?

As the economy starts to return to normal, companies that prospered during lockdowns brace for a shift in spending

Businesses from DoorDash and Etsy to Lowe's Cos. and Kellogg said they are bracing for the prospect that spending will shift again as people indulge pent-up demand for eating out, traveling, attending concerts and other activities that have been heavily limited.

Sales at home-improvement retailer Lowe's rose 24% last year, the fastest pace in two decades, as homeowners remodeled bathrooms, built decks and completed other improvements to the houses they spent so much time in. For this year, Lowe's has laid out three projections for the coming year. All anticipate a decline in revenue, ranging from 2% to 7%. Chief Executive Officer Marvin Ellison has said the company will emphasize gaining market share and improving profit margins. "2021, to state the obvious, is a very difficult environment to forecast," he said late last month. wsj.com

Editor's Note: The only constant will be the continued growth of online sales and home delivery. Those two channels will continue to thrive if not continue exploding even at a faster pace.

Opioid Overdose Deaths Becoming Common Place at Workplace
Addressing Opioid Overdose Deaths in the Workplace
On average, 115 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose, according to 2017 data from Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Since then, the United States has experienced a surge of overdose deaths during the 2019 novel coronavirus disease pandemic, according to a CDC health advisory issued in December of 2020. Some states have reported an increase in opioid deaths as high as 98%.

Overdoses are becoming increasingly common in the workplace. Naloxone can reverse many of the potentially fatal side effects of an opioid overdose. Having naloxone on hand can provide a tool that a workplace can use while waiting on first responders to arrive on the scene.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) developed this video based on our fact sheet (https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2019-101/default.html) to help employers decide if having naloxone available is right for their workplace. It provides a series of steps for employers to consider when deciding whether their workplaces should make the overdose reversal medication available on-site in the event of an overdose. It also gives employers and workers information on how to implement and maintain a workplace naloxone program. news-journal.com

Using Naloxone to Reverse Opioid Overdose in the Workplace: Information for Employers and Workers | This video can also be viewed here

Retailers Will See An Immediate Impact
Covid-19 Stimulus Package Is a Boon for Business
Legislation gives consumers more money to spend but doesn't force companies to raise workers' wages

Executives and economists said that unlike the last round of stimulus payments, which came in the midst of lockdowns and heightened economic uncertainty, these checks are more likely to flow into the economy as families face fewer financial constraints, more people are vaccinated and restrictions on travel, dining and other activity are lifted.

"All this money is coming in, and a lot of it is going to get spent," said Jeff Aronson, co-founder and managing principal of investment firm Centerbridge Partners. "Obviously that has huge implications" that are good for the economy, businesses and consumers, he said.

The Business Roundtable, which counts the chief executive officers of dozens of the biggest U.S. companies as members, said Wednesday, "While we advocated for a more targeted approach, enactment of this package will help deliver urgent resources to strengthen the public health response and provide assistance for individuals and small businesses hardest hit by the pandemic."

Companies that have been hurt by the pandemic or rely directly on robust consumer spending for sales, such as small restaurants and retailers, cheered the bill's passage. The National Retail Federation, Consumer Brands Association, National Restaurant Association and Independent Restaurant Coalition supported the bill.

The bill includes $28.6 billion in potential grants to small restaurant companies.

Past pandemic stimulus packages have led to higher spending, boosting retailers and other companies. Visa CFO said "when stimulus checks hit, you immediately get the impact." In January, the checks led to a big surge "in our debit business in the first couple of weeks," he said.

ReposiTrak Announces Food Traceability Leadership Consortium (FTLC) to Address Proposed FDA Regulations
Forming the Food Traceability Leadership Consortium (FTLC) to help food retail industry leaders collaborate on the development of open, low cost, easy to use food tracing technology. The consortium is an invitation-only group of food retailers, wholesalers and select suppliers. businesswire.com

St. Patrick's Day spending to total $5.1 billion nationwide

Quarterly Results
Build-A-Bear Q4 e-commerce sales up 104%, total sales down 10.4%, FY 2020 e-commerce sales up 133%, net retail sales down 23%

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Sr Director AP Strategic Analytics Systems & Support job posted for Walgreens
in Deerfield, IL
Responsible for contributing to the development and execution of asset protection and comprehensive loss strategies, plans and operational guidelines to support the company's vision. Contributes to the development of policies and authorizes their implementation, ensuring the integration of corporate strategy and vision at the business unit and departmental levels. Acts as an idea generator, working with others as thought leaders and subject matter expert to create processes and tactics that drive the company to achieve overall performance outcomes in areas of shrink, safety and security. jobs.walgreens.com

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Auror: Growing in North America

Auror has recently partnered with some of the largest retailers in North America to address crime and improve the safety of their associates and customers. 

With Auror, retailers are able to identify the 20% of offenders causing over 70% of their malicious loss and harm, using structured, non-biased intel reported by store teams. The privacy-by-design platform then allows for the secure distribution of intelligence to front line teams and empowers them with information to prevent more crime and keep everyone safe.

To support Auror's retail partners they need people with the passion, determination, and innovation required to overcome one of the world's largest problems. If you're looking to make a difference with and for the people dedicated to stopping crime, for good, then check out their roles today.


Auror's Commitment to the Retail Industry Continues as They Advance
to a Master Level Partnership with The Loss Prevention Foundation

The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced that Auror USA, Inc. has advanced its partnership to become the newest Master Level Scholarship Partner. Auror has been a Bachelor level partner and supporter of the LPF and with their commitment to becoming a Master level partner they are continuing to set an example to the industry regarding the importance of higher education.

Terry Sullivan, LPC, President of the LPF stated, "We are delighted to announce that Auror continues to demonstrate their belief in the work of the LPF by increasing to the Master partnership level. Auror was instrumental in setting up and delivering the Global Retail Crime Summit last year in conjunction with the LPF and its other partners. This showed their innovation and commitment to providing education and insights during an incredibly tough and uncertain time for the industry". Read more here






Work-From-Home IT Challenges
Hiding in Plain Sight: Protecting Enterprises from the 'New' Shadow IT

Three steps to fight this increasingly vexing problem.

In the pandemic, work-from-home (WFH) era, "shadow IT" looms large as a cybersecurity challenge: More than seven of 10 IT leaders and half of employees agree that security is the most pressing business problem created by technology that is unaccounted for and unmanaged.

"Shadow" is a relative term and can be subjective, depending on who is holding the flashlight. Digital risk managers must fight complacency by assuming there will always be a portion of IT assets and workflows skirting the reach of policies and security controls. That said, the cyclical wave of new shadow IT form factors can be readily countered with a few pragmatic approaches.
1. Try to avoid tunnel vision in viewing the shadow IT problem, like traditional scenarios of rogue USB sticks and smartphones. If you orient your policies and hinting around a couple of traditional scenarios, you will gain a false sense of security from "solving" what you find and feeling accomplished.

2. Embed this topic in wider conversations across departments. At a time when more businesses have flatter organization charts, with more freedom for different departments to innovate and transform their respective operations, this invites more people to become power users and experiment with cheaper and more feature-risk network-attached storage (NAS) devices, SaaS platforms, and other vectors that could swing vast amounts of data outside of reach, inadvertently.

3. Turn disruption to your advantage, whenever possible. The past year has seen dramatic changes in how workforces interact and stay productive. Automated equipment has accelerated at warehouses and logistics hubs. darkreading.com

71% of employees share sensitive & business-critical data using instant messaging and business collaboration tools
Veritas Technologies revealed new research that highlights the dangers of mis-using instant messaging (IM) and business collaboration tools: 71% of office workers globally - including 68% in the US - admitted to sharing sensitive and business-critical company data using these tools, the survey found.

The Veritas Hidden Threat of Business Collaboration Report, which polled 12,500 office workers across ten countries, shows employees are exposing companies to risk by taking data out of the control of businesses that employ them. In the US, 58% of employees are saving their own copies of business information shared over IM, while 51% delete that information entirely. Either approach could leave companies open to significant fines if regulators ask to see a paper trail.

Sensitive data being shared by employees on these channels in the US includes client information (13%), details on HR issues (10%), contracts (10%), business plans (10%), and even COVID-19 test results (12%). Less than one-third of employees suggested they hadn't shared anything that could be compromising. The research also reveals that, while employees are using collaboration tools to close deals, process orders and agree to pay raises, many believe there will be no formal record of the discussion or agreement. In fact, only 56% in the US believe employers are saving this information. cyber-reports.com

DelBene Introduces National Consumer Data Privacy Legislation
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (WA-01) introduced the Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act, legislation that would create a national data privacy standard to protect our most personal information and bring our laws into the 21st Century.

The bill protects personal information including data relating to financial, health, genetic, biometric, geolocation, sexual orientation, citizenship and immigration status, Social Security Numbers, and religious beliefs. It also keeps information about children under 13 years of age safe.

A summary of the Information Transparency and Personal Data Control Act can be found here and the bill text is available here. house.gov

This trojan malware is now your biggest security headache
The disruption of Emotet was a blow for cyber criminals - but just weeks later, the gap is being filled by other trojans and botnets.

Trickbot malware has risen to fill the gap left by the takedown of the Emotet botnet, with a higher number of criminals shifting towards it to distribute malware attacks.

Emotet was the world's most prolific and dangerous malware botnet before it was disrupted by an international law enforcement operation in January this year.

While the disruption of Emotet represented a blow for cyber criminals, they've quickly adapted and now Trickbot has become the most prevalent form of malware. zdnet.com

89% of IT pros feel 'immense pressure' at work




Amazon Taking Over NYC
As Online Shopping Surged, Amazon Planned Its New York Takeover

The e-commerce giant added at least 9 new warehouses in the city over the past year as 2.4M packages a day strained the nation's largest urban delivery system.

When the pandemic gripped New York City, it propelled an enormous surge in online shopping that has not waned, even in a metropolis where stores are rarely far away. People who regularly bought online are now buying more, while those who started ordering to avoid exposure to the virus have been won over by the advantages.

The abrupt shift in shopping patterns has made New York a high-stakes testing ground for urban deliveries, with its sheer density both a draw and a logistical nightmare.

It has also highlighted the need for an unglamorous yet critical piece of the e-commerce infrastructure: warehouse space to store and sort packages and satisfy customer expectations for faster and faster delivery.

Amazon has spent the pandemic embarking on a warehouse shopping spree in New York, significantly expanding its footprint in the biggest and most lucrative market in the country.

It has snatched up at least nine new warehouses in the city, including a 1 million-plus square foot behemoth rising in Queens that will be its largest in New York, and today has at least 12 warehouses in the five boroughs. And it has added to its roster more than two dozen warehouses in suburbs surrounding the city.

No other large competitor has a single warehouse in the city and Amazon has largely left most of its chief rivals, like Walmart and Target, behind.

"Amazon had people making deals," said Adam Gordon, whose real estate firm Wildflower owns several warehouses in the city. "And they were outcompeting." nytimes.com

Even After the Pandemic, Shoppers Will Stay Online
Nobody's going back to the old normal - The New normal hasn't even been defined yet!

Survey: The top priority for online shoppers is...
According to a new consumer survey from commerce automation platform Linnworks, "The Effortless Economy: A New Age of Retail," 76% of respondents cite convenience as a top priority when it comes to online shopping. In addition, 78% say they value ease and convenience now more than they did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, and 74% say the majority of their shopping will be done online moving forward because it is convenient.

Retailers should prepare to continue offer flexible shopping options introduced due to the pandemic, as 84% of respondents expect retailers to keep services like buy-online, pick-up-in-store (BOPIS) and curbside pick-up operational long-term. chainstoreage.com

Walmart converting a supercenter into a dark store
Customers will be able to pick up general merchandise and grocery orders from the store, but there will be no in-store shopping

Walmart is converting one of its North Dallas stores into a fulfillment center for online delivery and pickup orders as it tries to find faster ways to serve customers. Opening spring 2022. nbcdfw.com

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Ring Leader of Multi-Million Dollar Gift Card Fraud Pleads Guilty
Miami Man Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering Conspiracy in Connection with Nationwide Gas Station Skimming Scheme
Yanio Montes De Oca, age 33, of Miami, Florida, pled guilty today to participating in a conspiracy to launder funds derived from a nationwide gas station skimming scheme that involved stealing the banking and personal information of residents of Upstate and Central New York who used the "pay at the pump" feature to make gasoline purchases.

De Oca admitted to being a part of a conspiracy that, between December 2015 and July 2019, laundered thousands of gift cards that were obtained using fraudulent debit and credit cards encoded with information stolen using gas station skimming devices. After obtaining the gift cards from co-conspirators, De Oca sold them on a gift card exchange website using a "bulk seller" account he established in the name of a Florida company he created in 2015 for that purpose. After selling the fraudulently obtained gift cards, De Oca transferred the resulting amounts to bank accounts he controlled. De Oca then distributed some of the money he obtained through gift card sales to other conspirators, retaining the rest of the funds for himself. As part of his plea agreement, De Oca agreed to be subject to a forfeiture money judgment in the amount of $1,020,193.10.

Faceing up to 20 years in prison; a fine of up to $500,000 or twice the value of the property involved in the transaction, whichever is greater; and up to 3 years of supervised release. justice.gov

Portland, OR: Clackamas deputies arrest 'U-Haul bandit' accused of stealing $30K in merchandise
Clackamas County authorities say they've arrested a suspect dubbed the "U-Haul Bandit," a man accused of going on a theft spree at several Best Buy stores and taking up to $30,000 in merchandise. According to a post on Facebook, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says the suspect, 69-year-old Kirk Kiefreider, is well-known to local law enforcement agencies, with a criminal record that dates back to 1986 and started in California. Authorities said a Best Buy loss-prevention officer contacted the sheriff's office on February 1 after spotting Kiefreider at the Happy Valley store. That staff member told deputies Kiefreider was there the day before when he had taken a TV out of its box, but left it when he was asked to show proof of a receipt. The sheriff's office also noted that Kiefreider had also been seen stealing tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise from other nearby Best Buy stores. katu.com

Sacramento County, CA: Amazon employee allegedly stole more than $19,000 worth of merchandise
An Amazon employee stole more than $19,000 worth of merchandise from the warehouse, according to Sacramento County Sheriff's officials. The loss prevention team for Amazon allegedly noticed an employee concealing an Apple MacBook while walking to his car, sheriff's officials said. The employee admitted that he had more stolen items inside of his car and back at his apartment. Sacramento County deputies searched his apartment and found 130 more stolen Amazon products. The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office did not release the man's identity but did say he is booked into the county's main jail for grand theft and embezzlement.  abc10.com

Trio Arrested & Charged With Stealing $1,300+ From Shoppers World Store; possible ties to ORC Ring
Framingham, MA: Framingham and Massachusetts State Police arrested a trio of individuals yesterday, as part of an organized shoplifting ring. TJX called Framingham Police Tuesday night around 5:30 p.m. to report multiple individuals stealing items from their HomeSense store at Shoppers World at 1 Worcester Road in Framingham, said Lt. Patricia Grigas. TJX said two individuals went in the store with an empty shopping cart and then left the store with two shopping carts filled with items, valued at more than $1,300, said Lt. Grigas.

When Framingham Police arrived, the individuals had already left Shoppers World, but their vehicle was stopped on the Mass Pike eastbound in Weston, by Mass State Police, said Framingham Lt. Grigas.
The value of the items stolen were $1,316. Police arrested on the Mass Pike three individuals at 5:55 p.m. yesterday, March 9. Arrested by police were Paulino Fernandes Alfonso, 33, of 29 Weston Road of Brockton. Cleusa DePina, 35, of 16 Green Place of Brockton, and Ernestina DePina, 38, of 84 South Leyden Street of Brockton. All three were charged with conspiracy to commit a crime over $1,200 and organized retail larceny.
The three are being investigated for other TJX store thefts in Massachusetts, including Brockton where they all reside, explained police. framinghamsource.com

Boardman, OH: Police arrest man after 'suspicious' gift card purchases made at Walmart
Police arrested a man after receiving reports about a suspicious customer at Walmart who was making thousands of dollars in gift card purchases. A loss prevention employee at the store called police Sunday afternoon about the customer, who she said appeared nervous and who walked off toward the bus stop, where he appeared to be getting picked up by someone. Police believed that the man may have been using stolen or cloned credit cards to make the purchases as investigators had taken a theft report from the Panera Bread a couple days prior. According to a police report, the suspect matched the description of one of the men involved. Police stopped the two men behind Youngstown Skate and said one of the suspects, Angelo Castro, 26, gave an officer an ID from Argentina. The other man provided a Buenos Aires ID, according to the report. According to the report, Castro was found with 19 iTunes gift cards, 20 Visa gift cards and four receipts from Walmart. The receipts showed that the purchases were made from three different credit cards. wkbn.com

Saratoga County, NY: Schenectady man charged in string of thefts at Walmart and The Home Depot
James D. Reed, 37, faces felony third-degree burglary, along with multiple misdemeanors, state police said. Reed was arrested this week in connection with a report of a theft in progress at the Wilton Home Depot shortly before 8 p.m. Monday, state police said. Troopers arrived and spotted the suspect, later identified as Reed, leaving in a car with another individual. They stopped him and found him in possession of burglar tools and a clear glass smoking device that contained cocaine residue, and drug paraphernalia, state police said. Reed was also being sought in six separate thefts from the Wilton Walmart from August to November, where he is accused of entering the store despite a no-trespassing order and took merchandise, officials said. dailygazette.com

Bolingbroke, GA: Woman arrested following theft of $1,200 in Jewelry from General Store

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Shootings & Deaths

Gwinnett County, GA: Arrest in fatal dragging of man by U-Haul truck through Walmart parking lot
The Suwanee Police Department said a teen accused of killing a man in a hit-and-run that happened outside of a Walmart there has been arrested. The department said the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Fugitive Unit captured Keytavuis Lowman, 18, on Wednesday, with help from the sheriff's office Investigative Services Unit, K-9 Unit, and U.S. Marshals. Police said Lowman and Jafar D. Hunter, Jr., 15, were both wanted for felony murder and shoplifting. Back in November, family members of the victim, Christian Gutierrez, 42, told 11Alive they went to the store, and when they returned to their van, they noticed a U-Haul truck parked next to them with its engine running. The family said the truck hit their parked van, so, they called the police and waited. Police said that while the Gutierrezes were waiting outside, two people were inside the Walmart, allegedly shoplifting. Police said when the suspects - Lowman and Hunter - were confronted, they ran out to leave in the U-Haul truck. Gutierrez's wife, Ana, said her husband tried to stop them. However, somehow, he fell, and the suspects drove over him. Gutierrez died on the scene. 11alive.com

Dallas, TX: 20-year-old man arrested for deadly shooting at C-store
A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting at a Dallas convenience store, officials say. Dallas police said Jataivious Maxwell has been charged with first-degree murder for the death of 22-year-old Christian Pollard. Around 8:15 a.m. Wednesday, Dallas police were called to the Shell gas station at 7027 S. RL Thornton Freeway in response to a shooting. When officers arrived, they located one victim, Pollard, with gunshot wounds. wfaa.com

Albuquerque, NM: Man shot, critically injured outside Coronado Mall
A man is in critical condition after being shot Wednesday evening at a shopping mall in Northeast Albuquerque. It is the second shooting at Coronado Center in the past week. The first, on Sunday, left a teenage boy dead. Albuquerque police spokesman Daren DeAguero said officers responded around 6:15 p.m. to a shooting in the north parking lot of Coronado mall. He said police found a man with a gunshot wound who was taken to the hospital and is currently in critical condition. abqjournal.com

Las Vegas, NV: Security Guard shot and killed in murder-suicide by fellow Wynn Casino employee


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Spencer, IA: Man in Jail for Burglary at JC Penney Store in last year
A Phoenix, Arizona man who was wanted for a burglary incident last year in Spencer has been arrested and transported to the Clay County Jail. According to the Clay County Sheriff's Office, arrest warrants were requested by the Spencer Police Department on June 16th of last year for 61-year-old Michael Loring, charging him with 1st Degree Theft and 3rd Degree Burglary, both class D felonies. The charges stem from an investigation into a burglary at JC Penney in Spencer On January 22nd of 2020, where DNA evidence collected identified Loring as a suspect. stormlakeradio.com

Alamosa, CO: Man charged with first degree arson in Walmart fire
Formal charges have been filed against Deyon Jaramillo, 26, of Monte Vista related to the fires that were allegedly set in the Walmart in Alamosa on Saturday, Feb. 27 at around 8pm. Jaramillo has been charged with three felonies - 1st Degree Arson and Criminal Mischief, both third degree felonies plus Criminal Impersonation, a sixth degree felony. He has also been charged with Reckless Endangerment, Obstructing a Peace Officer and Resisting Arrest, all misdemeanors. The damage throughout the store from both the fires and the smoke resulting from the fires is, according to Walmart General Manager Adam Lopez, estimated to be $100,000. alamosanews.com

Eagle County, CO: Man gets 7 years in prison for bike thefts in Vail
While out on parole, Robin Clifton allegedly stole a bike valued at nearly $4,000 from a rack in front of a sporting goods store in Vail back in June 2019. After that bike was found in the back of Clifton's Toyota truck in the area and recovered by a store employee who had gone out looking for it and photographed the vehicle, Clifton allegedly broke into the same store a day later during the night, smashing out a window and stealing a $5,500 bike and two helmets. vaildaily.com

St. Louis, MO: Man charged with Hobbs Act Robbery; Armed Robbery at Steak n Shake

Tucson, AZ: 'Dangerous' 14-year-old wanted in string of armed robberies

Las Vegas, NV: Police working to identify suspect in string of armed robberies in northeast valley

Gainesville, FL: City Seeks To Reduce Low-Level Arrests By Improving Its Diversion And Deflection Program




Auto - Florence, SC - Burglary
Beauty - Chicago, IL - Burglary
C-Store - Chicago, IL - Burglary
C-Store - Bronx, NY - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Sedalia, MO - Robbery
C-Store - Colorado Springs, CO - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Baldwin, MI - Robbery
C-Store - Rutland, VT - Armed Robbery
CVS - Martinez, CA - Robbery
Grocery - Munster, IN - Robbery
Guns - Holland, MI - Burglary
Jewelry - Hicksville, NY - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Victorville, CA - Robbery
Jewelry - Frisco, TX - Robbery
Jewelry - Tyler, TX - Robbery
Jewelry - Puyallup, WA - Robbery
Jewelry - Dallas, TX - Robbery
Pharmacy - Alexandria, VA - Burglary
Restaurant - Rochester, MN - Armed Robbery (Subway)
Restaurant - Silver Spring, MD - Armed Robbery (Papa Johns)
7-Eleven - Silver Spring, MD - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 16 robberies
• 5 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed

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