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eBay Hosts Another Successful Connect & Collaborate
Conference on April 10th

This year was our 4th event - and biggest yet - with ~175 participants (out of 200+ RSVPs) representing over 50 retailers, 14 law enforcement agencies, and 10 financial institutions - including the FBI, US Marshalls, Facebook, and the EVP for the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA).

Many key topics were discussed during the conference, including a prosecutor's view on packaging evidence, freight forwarding/reshipping schemes from USPIS, shadow economics, and case studies of known Organized Retail Crime cases.

For further information on PROACT, email inquiries to PROACT@eBay.com.



David Robbins named Corporate Loss Prevention Manager
for Loomis

David previously was the Regional Loss Prevention Manager for Gymboree for over two years before taking this new role. Prior, he held various loss prevention positions including Regional LP Manager for PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc., Regional LP Manager for CVS/CVS Caremark Pharmacy, LP Supervisor for Walgreens, and LP Supervisor for The Home Depot. David also served as Chief of Security Police Investigations for the US Air Force for over eight years. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice Administration from Bellevue University. Congratulations, David!

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Loss Prevention Foundation Announces PPS as Newest Bachelor Level Partner
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced its newest Bachelor Level Partner, Product Protection Solutions (PPS). The Bachelor level partnership secures numerous LPQ and LPC certification course scholarships for PPS to distribute to industry professionals. Headquartered in Swansboro, NC, Product Protection Solutions provides both consultative services and physical loss prevention technologies to support customer needs. With extensive experience in the application of AM, RF, and RFID technologies throughout the loss prevention, electronic article surveillance, and supply chain arenas, the PPS team is a powerful ally to have at your fingertips. yourlpf.org

Chief protector: Inside the business of loss prevention
'NRF's Retail Gets Real' Podcast Episode Focuses Mike Brenton, Dir of Asset Protection for Giant
The field of asset protection is evolving into a business solutions role. "One thing that we're doing in LP, better than what we've done in the past," Brenton says, "is that we're finding our seat at the table." While in the past, the "LP guys" were off chasing shoplifters, they are now beginning to join discussions on business strategy, product placement, driving sales and improving the bottom line.

Listen to the episode to learn more about loss prevention and what's keeping Brenton up at night. To hear more from LP leaders, including from food retailers, learn more about NRF PROTECT, and register to attend. nrf.com

Facial Recognition Used Proactively
Amazon Delivery Drivers Required to Take Selfies to Prevent Fraud

According to a report by Business Insider, the new requirements apply to Amazon Flex drivers, who work as independent contractors and deliver packages using their own vehicles. The Amazon Flex app recently started prompting some drivers to share selfies with a pop-up message that says: "To continue delivering, please help us verify your identity by taking a selfie. Do not take a selfie while driving. This photo won't be shown to customers."

The app uses facial recognition software to determine whether the photos match images stored in drivers' accounts.

Before Amazon started requesting selfies, the company asked drivers to consent to the collection and storage of their photos and biometric data, the report said.

Uber rolled out this same program in 2016. securitymagazine.com

AT&T CEO Challenges Corp. Leaders to Hire Formerly Incarcerated
Dallas pastor T.D. Jakes challenged corporate leaders Wednesday to hire thousands of people who have been released from prison, but locked out of the workforce. He made his pitch with one of Dallas' most prominent CEOs by his side: Randall Stephenson of AT&T.

The two Dallas leaders - pastor of megachurch The Potter's House and top executive of the nation's 9th largest company - struck up a friendship after meeting two years ago at the Dallas Festival of Ideas. They talked about barriers to opportunity, especially for the formerly incarcerated. They decided to team up.

AT&T has hired about a dozen employees who were formerly incarcerated to work at a Richardson call center as part of a pilot program. Stephenson said the company now plans to expand the program to other cities.

"If we truly are going to be a society who wants to ensure that we don't just have this revolving door to our prison system, then you've got to step up," he said. "You've got to be part of the solution." dallasnews.com

DeKalb Jury Awards Nearly $70M in Kroger Parking Lot Robbery-Shooting Case
Navy vet Laquan Taylor was shot multiple times during a robbery and carjacking at the Kroger on Moreland Avenue, leaving him paraplegic.

On Thursday, a DeKalb County jury delivered a post-apportioned award of more than $69.6 million to a young Navy veteran shot multiple times during a robbery and carjacking at a Moreland Avenue Kroger store, leading to multiple surgeries and leaving him paraplegic. Lead plaintiff's attorney Peter Law said the evidence was overwhelming that Kroger knew the store was located in an unsafe, high-crime area, yet failed to place any security guards in the parking lot where Laquan Taylor was robbed and shot. law.com

Cargo thefts across U.S., Canada decline in Q1
A total of 140 cargo theft incidents were reported - a 22 percent year-over-year decrease - for an estimated total loss of $12.8 million, according to CargoNet.

Food and beverage remained the most stolen commodity category. Household cargo and electronics cargo were the second and third most stolen, with tools, lawn care products and major appliances being the most stolen household items and television and computers being the most stolen electronics. americanshipper.com

Gatekeeper Systems Helps Kroger Prevent Pushout Theft

Huntsville, AL: Kroger Shoplifter attempting to steal over $600 in groceries, stopped with locking cart wheels

Huntsville police say a Kroger customer tried to make off with nearly $600 worth of groceries, but he didn't get far. Police say the man loaded up a cart then wheeled it past the cashiers without paying. But the wheels on his cart locked, stopping this shoplifter in his tracks.

A Kroger manager said they have technology from Gatekeeper Systems that will lock the cart's wheels if the groceries aren't scanned.

The suspect is still at large and, according to Kroger, is a repeat offender who's left the same store with a loaded cart 12 times before. waff.com

Preliminary agenda released for Cyber:Secured Forum
Second annual summit hosted by ISC Security Events, PSA Security Network and SIA

ISC Security Events, PSA Security Network and the Security Industry Association (SIA) have revealed the preliminary agenda for the 2019 Cyber:Secured Forum, a conference connecting the worlds of cybersecurity, physical security and systems integration. This second annual cybersecurity educational summit will be held at the Westin Dallas Park Central July 29-31 in Dallas, Texas. securitysystemsnews.com

Bay Area Apple Store Thefts Restart
The massive ring that carried out dozens of Apple Store thefts throughout California last year was busted in the fall, but that doesn't mean such crimes are a thing of the past. In fact, four such incidents have been reported just at the 4th Street Apple Store in Berkeley in the last week. Each time the thieves, according to CBS San Francisco, came into the store, stole the items, and "used brute force" to grab them. Also this week, thieves shattered the doors of the Apple Store in Palo Alto in a late-night theft, coming away with nine MacBooks. appleinsider.com

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By Apprehending Merchandise,
Not Shoplifters

Hear how from Marcus Young with United Supermarkets

Hear from Marcus Young, Director of Asset Protection for United Supermarkets, on how Gatekeeper Systems Purchek, a pushout theft prevention system, protects customers and associates, stops thefts as they occur, and provides confrontation free loss prevention.

Learn how Gatekeeper can help your business apprehend merchandise, not shoplifters here.



Don't Underestimate the ORC Interview

Recently, I've had the opportunity to work alongside some incredible investigators in both the private and public sectors that have the mission of investigating organized retail crime. As we all know, rarely can retailers apprehend their way to a great shrink result when focused on the opportunistic shoplifter. However, with the available technology assisting in these cases combined with the power of a field interview - ORC crime rings are being significantly disrupted. Many of the best results we have seen when attempting to get information from a shoplifter come from utilizing the concepts of rapport-based, non-confrontational interviewing such as the WZ Method.

To see a few quick tips on this process, read more here.





It's "War"
Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack - They May Be Wrong

Mondelez, who suffered a $100M cyber attack by the so-called NotPetya cyberstrike in 2017. is not getting any insurance pay out.

Mondelez's insurer, Zurich Insurance, said it would not be sending a reimbursement check. It cited a common, but rarely used, clause in insurance contracts: the "war exclusion," which protects insurers from being saddled with costs related to damage from war.

Mondelez was deemed collateral damage in a cyberwar.

The 2017 attack was a watershed moment for the insurance industry. Since then, insurers have been applying the war exemption to avoid claims related to digital attacks. In addition to Mondelez, the pharmaceutical giant Merck said insurers had denied claims after the NotPetya attack hit its sales research, sales and manufacturing operations, causing nearly $700 million in damage.

When the United States government assigned responsibility for NotPetya to Russia in 2018, insurers were provided with a justification for refusing to cover the damage. Just as they wouldn't be liable if a bomb blew up a corporate building during an armed conflict, they claim not to be responsible when a state-backed hack strikes a computer network.

The disputes are playing out in court. In a closely watched legal battle, Mondelez sued Zurich Insurance last year for a breach of contract in an Illinois court, and Merck filed a similar suit in New Jersey in August. Merck sued more than 20 insurers that rejected claims related to the NotPetya attack, including several that cited the war exemption. The two cases could take years to resolve. nytimes.com

The Changing Structure of Cybersecurity Teams
In order to rise to the challenge, and ensure every line of business is safe, security teams need to behave like the bad guys.

For example, businesses are more than ever looking to red team security professionals who can proactively test networks for weaknesses, and IoT security professionals who can help deploy hardware in a secure way.

This shift requires buy in and support from the very top of the business. It's a step away from the norm, and every board needs somebody who can lead from both a strategic standpoint, as well as being able to understand the technical side of securing an enterprise. infosecurity-magazine.com

Microsoft Office now the most targeted platform, as browser security improves
The number of attacks carried out using the popular suite has increased in the past two years, Kaspersky Lab researchers say.

The threat landscape has changed in the past two years and urged users to keep their software up-to-date and to avoid opening files that come from untrusted sources to reduce the risk of infection.

Today, more than 70% of all the attacks Kaspersky Lab catches are targeting Microsoft Office, and only 14% take advantage of browser vulnerabilities. csoonline.com

Inside Best Buy's Robot-Filled E-Commerce Centers
Best Buy shrunk its shipping time by three days after adding bins and robots to strategically located ecommerce fulfillment centers.

Best Buy found logistics system integrator Bastian Solutions, coupled with AutoStore - a bin storage system in which bins are stacked vertically in a grid and retrieved by robots that travel on the top layer of the system - to overhaul its distribution centers. The process took about 12 months to implement, but the retailer declined to provide specifics of costs or when it started using the new system.

At each of Best Buy's three metro ecommerce centers, the retailer now has 30,000 bins and 73 robots. Best Buy delivers about 30-40% of a store's inventory from its metro ecommerce centers and segregates store delivery by aisle. At Best Buy's regional distribution centers - located in San Francisco, Atlanta and Findlay, Ohio - Bastian and AutoStore outfitted the centers with 150,000 bins and 195 robots. digitalcommerce360.com



'Live in NYC' at The NRF Big Show 2019
Opening Comments

Today's Leaders Teaching Tomorrow's

Introduction with

Gus Downing
, Publisher & Editor, The D&D Daily and LPNN


LPNN's 11th LIVE Season - filmed on Jan. 14, 2019 at the NRF Big Show in New York City - kicks off with another jampacked schedule featuring today's LP/AP leaders teaching tomorrow's. Follow along in the coming weeks as we bring you the LP industry's only LIVE digital conference, designed to help you increase your knowledge, broaden your vision, and deliver better results in today's rapidly changing retail world.

What's In Store For the Day

Quick Take Opening with MCs:

Joe LaRocca
, VP & Senior Advisor, Loss Prevention, RetaiLPartners

Amber Bradley
, Owner & Brand Strategist, Calibration Group, LLC


LPNN's dynamic duo Joe LaRocca (@laroccaj) and Amber Bradley (@mycalibration) are back at it again, kicking off the fun with a preview of what's to come in our latest marathon 8-hour LIVE broadcast. Tune in for their "Quick Take" videos with special guests throughout the day, as they bring their signature blend of laughs, facts, and everything in between.




It's not just Amazon: Many top retailers are growing their online sales
North America's leading online retailers increased their worldwide online sales by 17.6% in 2018, according to the just-released 2019 Internet Retailer Top 1000 Report. If you exclude top-ranked Amazon.com Inc., whose 20.0% growth brings up the Top 1000 average, the rest of the Top 1000 would have increased their ecommerce sales by 16.6% in 2018.

That's significantly higher than the 14.2% increase in online retail sales in the United States as reported by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the 14.7% increase in Canada. That means the Top 1000 online retailers gained market share over their smaller rivals.

And growth was widespread within the Top 1000. In fact, 475 Top 1000 companies increased their online sales by more than 15%, well above the overall growth for the ecommerce market, and 341 increased their online sales by more than Amazon's 20.0% growth rate. digitalcommerce360.com

Do We Have Enough Data Scientists to Protect Against E-Commerce Fraud?
The biggest e-commerce challenge of 2019 may be balancing marketing and sales channel innovation with the need for increasingly sophisticated fraud prevention. This will be especially challenging because fraud protection, like many aspects of business today, requires experience and fluency in working with data, and there's a growing shortage of data scientists across the U.S. and around the world. Here's a look at what to expect for the remainder of 2019.

E-Commerce Will Continue to Grow ... And So Will Fraud
Online sales in the U.S. are projected to reach $480 billion in 2019, according to a Forrester forecast. There are three trends helping to drive that growth. One, mobile shopping is poised to surpass e-commerce in the coming year. Two, consumers are making use of better omnichannel shopping options. And three, social shopping is growing in popularity, especially among mobile users.

This expansion of e-commerce from computers to phones, and the inclusion of social networks and brick-and-mortar stores in the online shopping experience, makes shopping easier and more appealing to consumers. It also gives organized criminals more chances to exploit weaknesses in the growing number of systems that support e- and m-commerce.

The Data Scientist Shortage Will Continue Beyond 2019
In the U.S. alone, there are about 151,000 more data science jobs than there are qualified applicants to fill them. Part of the shortage is due to the rise in demand as more companies work to leverage their data for security, marketing, product development, and other operations. The shortfall is also due to the fact that data science careers typically require a master's or doctoral degree, and most universities don't offer data science programs. Therefore, there's no quick fix for the lack of fully qualified candidates. mytotalretail.com

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Orange County, FL: 4 young thieves use sledgehammers to steal over $340k of jewelry
A group of four suspects smashed their way to a large, yet short term payday at the Florida Mall jewelry store on Thursday by using sledgehammers to break the cases of 17 watches worth over $340,000. The four suspects, three in their early 20's and a 17-year old were arrested on charges of first-degree grand theft and felony criminal mischief. Mayors Jewelry was hit at 6:10 p.m. and store employees told officers some of 17 watches taken were embellished with diamonds that ranged from $6,500 to $39,000. Deputies and a Sheriff's Office helicopter were called to follow the car. They found all four suspects inside a home and all were immediately arrested. foxnews.com

Washington Township, NJ: Distraction Theft: 4 thieves fill a duffle bag with OTC medications and flee
Two men and two women entered the store late Friday evening. Police said the men were in conversation with the employees while the two women swiped allergy medications and other items and placed them in a duffel bag. They all fled the scene, police said. northjersey.com

Santa Fe, NM: Arrest warrants issued for 4 in Shoplifting Ring targeting Lowe's
and Home Depot

According to arrest warrant affidavits filed Friday, loss prevention officers at the stores spotted four people concealing power tools and battery chargers. The group had entered and left within minutes without paying for merchandise. The items taken were valued at nearly $5,000. All four suspects, who have not yet been arrested in these cases, have lengthy prior histories of shoplifting. santafenewmexican.com

Boyd County, KY: Six people were arrested for Refund Fraud at multiple Walmart's; returning old TV's in new boxes
The Boyd County Sheriff's Office arrested the 4 women and 2 men on charges of theft and engaging in an organized crime/criminal syndicate for retail theft. Deputies say the six are accused of attempting to deceive Wal-Mart locations in South Point, Ohio as well as Ashland and Cannonsburg, Ky. by taking TV's that didn't not work back in new boxes, in an effort to receive cash on the return. Deputies said they found a utility trailer full of broken TV's the suspects were going to use on the crime spree. wymt.com

Roxbury, NJ: Claiming to be Armed, Man Steals Power Tools from Home Depot
The robbery took place Friday at 7:10 a.m. "A Home Depot employee witnessed a male attempting to shoplift a cart full of powertools," Police said. "When the suspect was approached, the male had his hand in his pocket and stated he had a gun, at which point the employee stepped away from the suspect." Police said the employee did not see a weapon. tapinto.net

Thousand Oaks, CA: Armed Gunman robs Sprint of $150,000 of merchandise, no injuries

Gwinnett County, GA: Two men wanted in $200k Jewelry Smash & Grab at Sugar Loaf Mills Mall; video released

Phoenix, AZ: Two arrested in Valley wide Diesel Fuel theft conspiracy; 31 incidents, 11 stations hit in April

Milwaukee, WI: Over $1,000 of merchandise stolen in Strong Arm Robbery at Kohl's

Brooklyn, OH: 2 suspects stole $1,000 worth of merchandise and then fled in stolen vehicle

Allentown, PA: Woman steals nearly $600 worth of items from Old Navy

Layton, UT: Couple steals a half-rack of clothing from Plato's Closet

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Shootings & Deaths

Raleigh, NC: Police kill suspect at North Carolina shopping center
A 30-year-old man was killed in an officer-involved shooting Saturday night in Raleigh at a shopping center off New Bern Avenue. Raleigh Police identified the man Sunday as Soheil Antonio Mojarrad, 30, but have declined to describe what led up to the shooting. The Raleigh Police officer, W.B. Edwards, was wearing a body camera at the time, but it had not been activated. The shooting happened after 8:30 p.m. Saturday in a shopping center anchored by a Food Lion store. wral.com

Cleveland, OH: Suspects used female workers as shields in Little Caesar's
robbery shootout

Three males involved in a shootout with an employee during a robbery of a Little Caesar's used female employees as shields as they escaped the restaurant. A suspect in the robbery is in police custody after he later went to the hospital with gunshot wounds to his legs. A male employee at Little Caesar's who exchanged gunfire with the suspects was wounded in the arm. cleveland.com

Riverdale, GA: Man arrested for opening fire at Florist
Police charge a Clayton County man with aggravated assault after investigators said he violently attacked a florist. Officers said Justin Daniels, 25, confronted the victim behind the Riverdale Florist Boutique Thursday afternoon and opened fire. The employee ran back into the store and was injured when he fell during his escape. The shootout reportedly continued when Daniels walked around to the front of the store. No one was shot. The employee received only minor injuries fleeing the shooting. fox5atlanta.com

Robberies, Incidents & Thefts


Jurupa Valley, CA: More Than 2-Dozen Treated After Robbers Discharge Bear Spray In Kmart
Paramedics treated more than two-dozen employees and patrons after a pair of robbers discharged a canister of bear spray while stealing merchandise on Saturday. When store staff confronted the men, one of them pulled out a can of bear spray and began spraying people. The men then ran off and were not found. One person was taken to a hospital for treatment. ktla.com


Loganville, GA: Car smashes into a Gun Store, driver steals as many weapons as he can carry
Police are looking for at least 3 men they say drove a stolen car into a gun shop Friday morning. Surveillance footage shows a man in a car plow through the X3 Firearms about 5 a.m. The driver inside the store then hopped out, smashed a gun case and picked up as many handguns as he could carry before taking them to his waiting accomplices. Seconds later, the man returns to the store before leaving with several shotguns. The entire burglary took about one minute. ajc.com

Northern California Apple Store thefts restart, $100K in iPhones lifted from Best Buy & more

Indianapolis, IN: Metro Police arrest violent Armed Robber; shot Security Guard during an Armed Robbery in March

Woodbridge, VA: Man arrested after reportedly stealing and brandishing knife at Giant Food

Madison County, IL: Grand Jury Indicts Illinois Man in Theft of Over 130 Weapons


Baltimore, MD: Brazilian Citizens Sentenced to More Than Three Years in Federal Prison for Using Counterfeit Credit Cards to Purchase Over $52,000 in Merchandise and for Aggravated Identity Theft
U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett sentenced two Brazilian citizens residing in Florida to 40 months each in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, on wire fraud charges in connection with a scheme to use counterfeit debit and credit cards to purchase merchandise at various retail stores in Maryland and other states. Lucas Pimenta Diogo Das Gracas, age 23, was sentenced on April 11, 2019, and his co-conspirator, Diogo Miranda Araujo, age 23, was sentenced on April 1, 2019. Judge Bennett ordered the defendants to pay restitution totaling $41,116. Das Gracas was ordered to pay $34,540 and Araujo was ordered to pay $6,576. justice.gov

Burlington County, NJ: Life term for man who robbed a Wawa and a gas station, Frederick "Chief" Owle has 21 prior arrests for theft, burglary, assault and weapon offenses

Detroit, MI: Three sentenced in the Unarmed Smash & Grab at Kay's Jewelers in 2018; 3 to 15 years


Auto Parts - Concord, CA - Robbery
C-Store - Weatherford, OK - Armed Robbery
C- Store - Suffolk County, NY - Armed Robbery
C- Store - San Francisco, CA - Robbery/ Clerk injured
C-Store - Holtsville, NY - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Tula, OK - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Wichita, KS - Robbery
C-Store - Upper Chichester Township, PA - Burglary
Cellphone - Bronx, NY - Armed Robbery
Coin Shop - Corinth, CA - Burglary
Dollar General - Owensboro, KY - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Marion County, SC - Armed Robbery/ Clerk shot, seriously wounded
Dollar Saver - Miami Township, OH - Armed Robbery
Dollar Tree - Colonie, NY - Armed Robbery
Electronics - Miami, FL - Burglary
Family Dollar - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Granite City, IL - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Centerville, IA - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - New Orleans, LA - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Preble County, OH - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Houston, TX - Armed Robbery / suspect shot by Police
Gas Station - Berrien County, MI - Armed Robbery
Grocery - Erie, PA - Burglary
Grocery - Burlington, WA - Robbery ( Bank inside Fred Meyer)
Grocery - Ventura, CA - Robbery
Grocery - Bridgeport, CT - Armed Robbery/ Clerk shot, wounded
Grocery - Woodbridge, VA - Armed Robbery
Grocery - Warren County, MS - Armed Robbery
Gun store - Loganville, GA - Burglary
Home Depot - Roxbury, NJ - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Mt Vernon, IL - Robbery
Jewelry - Orlando, FL - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Gwinnett County, GA - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Edwardsville, IL - Burglary
Jewelry - Laguna Niguel, CA - Burglary
Jewelry - Joplin, MO - Burglary
Liquor - Marion County, FL - Armed Robbery
Ollie's - Marion, OH - Armed Robbery
Pharmacy - Queens, NY - Armed Robbery/Clerk Shot
Restaurant (Little Caesars) Cleveland, OH - Armed Robbery
Restaurant (Subway) Worchester, MA - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Dover, DE - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Jacksonville, IL - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Person County, NC - Robbery
Rite Aid - Washington Township, NJ - Robbery
Sprint - Thousand Oaks, CA - Armed Robbery
7- Eleven - Clovis, CA - Armed Robbery



Daily Totals:
39 robberies
8 burglaries
4 shootings
0 killed




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