Security Bag Check Lawsuits Continue
- Converse Worker Seeks Class Cert. In Calif. Bag Check Row
A former Converse Inc. retail employee who claims the sneaker maker shorted his
pay asked a California federal judge on Monday to certify a class of over 1,500
Golden State workers he says lost wages when they were forced to clock out
before mandatory bag checks.
Ex-Converse retail worker Eric Chavez argues that Converse violated state labor
laws by not paying employees for time spent in security checks before they left
the store, including when they went to take lunch breaks or rest breaks, which
could also cause unpaid overtime.
In a motion for class certification filed Monday, Chavez argues that statements
from Converse's own director of stores supports class certification, as she said
that it is common practice for the employees to clock out in the back of the
store and then have their bag checked on their way out the front exit.
The complaint at the heart of Monday's motion is one of a growing number of bag
check suits filed against retailers, including
Abercrombie and Fitch, and
Over 2,700 Retail Store Closures Year-To-Date
Highest Number Since 2010
Macy's, Nordstrom, J.C. Penney and other department stores last week reported
another quarter of crummy earnings. They warned a consumer-spending slump (in
their stores, at least) shows no signs of abating and that declines in shopper
traffic are getting worse. Chains such as Nordstrom said they were re-thinking
plans to open new stores, and others are likely to follow suit.
Meanwhile, bankruptcy filings by Sports Authority, Pacific Sunwear and a rash of
other retailers in the past year -- coupled with planned store closures by
Macy's, Walmart, and other chains -- has already led to the
highest number of
store closures since 2010, according to commercial real estate firm Cushman &
FreightWatch says cargo theft Up 13% Q1
From January to March, the company recorded
incidents of cargo theft in the U.S., with an average loss value per incident of
$112,467, according to a report issued on Tuesday. Those numbers represent an 8
percent increase in volume and 56 percent decrease in value compared to the same
quarter in 2015. The numbers also represent a 13 percent spike in thefts but a
13 percent dip in loss values compared to October-December 2015.
White House Increases Overtime Eligibility by Millions
The Obama administration, in a far-reaching effort to improve the lot of workers
that has ignited criticism from business groups, announced on Tuesday that it
was making millions more employees eligible for overtime pay. Under the new
regulation to be issued by the Labor Department on Wednesday, most salaried
workers earning up to $47,476 a year must receive time-and-a-half overtime pay
when they work more than 40 hours during a week. The previous cutoff for
overtime pay, set in 2004, was $23,660.
The change is expected to play out in a variety of ways. Once the rule goes
into effect on Dec. 1, many workers will receive more pay when they work
overtime, but others may end up working fewer hours if employers move to limit
their time at work. In other cases, employers may decide to increase the
salaries of some workers to push them over the cutoff so that the employers will
not have to pay overtime or hire additional workers after limiting hours for
NRF Calls New Overtime Rules a 'Career Killer'
The National Retail Federation today released the following statement from
Senior Vice President for Government Relations David French in response to the
Department of Labor's new overtime rules: "These rules are a career killer. With
the stroke of a pen, the Labor Department is demoting millions of workers. In
the retail sector alone, hundreds of thousands of career professionals will lose
their status as salaried employees and find themselves reclassified as hourly
workers, depriving them of the workplace flexibility and other benefits they so
highly-value. And the one-size-fits-all approach means businesses trying to make
ends meet in small towns across America are now expected to pay the same
salaries as those in New York City."
Meeting the Subtle Security Needs of Upscale Brands
Brands that offer higher-priced merchandise want their selling area to be a more
exclusive, rarefied environment. This usually means creating a unique aesthetic
and maintaining it in all functions of the store. Hermès, the French
manufacturer of high-end clothing, shoes and accessories, recognized this need
when updating the security provisions for its stores in North America. The
company recently worked with security firm Access SI to reassess its overall
security plan and design and implement a system that would be comprehensive,
integrated - and as imperceptible as possible.
"With the history and culture of our company, we require a security system that
fits in with that," says C.J. Denton, director of loss prevention for Hermès in
T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods plan to open thousands of new stores
TJX Companies, owner of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods among other brands,
plans to grow its number of stores by more than 50%. It will have 5,600
stores when it is finished expanding, up from the current total of nearly 3,700,
CEO Ernie Herrman told investors Tuesday. Although Herrman didn't give a
timeline for those store openings, the company added 47 stores in its fiscal
first quarter of this year and plans to add about 150 more stores the rest of
this year. That already represents about 5% growth. TJX opened 219 store last
year, and it is not planning on closing any stores this year. And the company is
considering even more store opening plans beyond the 5,600-store target.
Amazon Plans More Stores, Bulked-Up Prime Services
Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos on Tuesday promised more retail
stores as well as new services for the company's Prime unlimited shipping
membership. Mr. Bezos said he wants the $99 Prime membership to offer so many
benefits that consumers will feel they "are being irresponsible" if they aren't
members. He didn't, however, indicate exactly how Amazon plans to continue
bulking up the service.
Amazon also plans new brick-and-mortar stores beyond its sole bookstore in a
Seattle outdoor mall, Mr. Bezos said. The company is constructing one near San
Diego. "We're definitely going to open additional stores, how many we don't
know yet," he said. "In these early days it's all about learning, rather
than trying to earn a lot of revenue."
The chief executive of mall operator General Growth Properties Inc.
said in February that he thought Amazon would open hundreds of bookstores,
though he backed away from the statement after reports from the Journal and
Warren Buffett says retailers never saw Amazon's
and will never catch up
The rise of Amazon is something to be reckoned with. Its massive effect
on the retail industry was a central part in Berkshire Hathaway's
question-and-answer session during its annual shareholder meeting on April
30. Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett, alongside vice chairman Charlie Munger,
noted that Amazon's growth is something to admire, stressing the importance
for companies to evolve and stay connected with current trends.
"We're not going to out-Bezos Bezos," said Buffett of Amazon and its CEO
Jeff Bezos. "The nature of capitalism is somebody's always, if you've got a
good business, trying to figure out how to take it away from you and improve
on it." He went on to point out that he thinks Amazon's full effect on the
industry is "far from having been seen."
Judge: Staples failed to show how Amazon would add to competition
The federal judge who killed Staples Inc.'s planned $6.3 billion merger with
Office Depot Inc. said the companies failed to show that competition from
Amazon.com Inc. in the office-supply market was enough to reject a U.S. request
to block the deal. "The evidence presented during the hearing fell short of
establishing that Amazon Business is likely to restore lost competition" in the
market for corporate contracts, U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan said in a
75-page opinion made public Tuesday.
Bible-wielding woman marches through Target protesting bathroom policy
A video of a woman and her family marching through Target loudly protesting the
retailer's new bathroom policy has gone viral.
The video was uploaded to YouTube and shows an unidentified woman marching and
yelling her way through a Target and holding a Bible in the air as she condemns
Target's new gender identity bathroom policy.
The woman, who claims she is a mother of 12, began her protest by shouting
Target's Mothers Day signs are "a deception" and Target does not love mothers
Store-within-a-store concepts are on the rise
SEC awards more than $5M to whistleblower - 3rd largest award to date
Same Store Sales Results
Lowe's Q1 comp's up 7.3%, sales up 7.8%
Target Q1 comp's up 1.2%, sales down 5.4%
Staples Q1 comp's down 4%, total company sales down 3.1%
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The Enemy Within
- Preventing insider attacks through good culture
An insider attack is any cyber-attack in which access was gained from within
your organisation. This could be an employee, contractor or anybody with
privileged access to your systems and information. Insider attacks may be a
deliberate action, or they may be the result of an employee being either tricked
or not taking security seriously - either way they are dangerous.
Often attacks are a hybrid between an external threat and an insider weakness,
for example the 2013 cyber-attack on US retailer Target. While the theft of 40
million payment card details itself was carried out by external hackers, they
gained access by using the credentials of an insider.
CIOs and CISOs need to work closely with the HR department to address internal
security from a culture perspective. Employees should be proud of being secure,
and everyone should have a sense of responsibility. Employees who remain
vigilant, question strangers and employ a "better safe than sorry" mentality,
are as good a line of defence as any firewall, and may well discourage would-be
thieves at the first hurdle.
Awareness is key, so sharing anecdotes about near misses and incidents in the
past is a good way of preventing them in the future. By having security at
the forefront of all employees' minds, it will increase their sensitivity,
making them more aware of potentially harmful email links and attachments, and
sophisticated social engineering attacks.
Encouraging an active dialogue is crucial too, and employees should feel
as though they can speak up if there's something they're not sure about without
fear of reprisal.
Of course, good information security policies and processes come into play here
too: change management, segregation of duties and information handling, combined
with things like robust recruitment vetting checks, will help curb attacks.
NTIA study: Security threats deter online activities like making purchases
A new government survey shows that some U.S. households are growing averse to
even the most routine online transactions, due to cyberattacks imperiling users'
finances, identities and privacy. A sizable 45 percent of Internet-enabled
households reported to the Census Bureau that privacy and security concerns
deterred them from performing at least one common online activity over the
previous year. Such activities included financial transactions, purchasing goods
or services, social media posting and expressing controversial or political
77 percent of businesses unprepared for a security incident
- But the retail industry is making strides
Even though the number of security breaches is rising, and the number of
companies in all industries being targeted rising as well, one might expect that
companies would anticipate this potential crisis and set up a plan of action, in
case disaster strikes. Well, according to new figures by security firm NTT Com
Security, not really. The company took information from 24 security operations
centres, seven R&D centres, 3.5 trillion logs and 6.2 billion attacks in 2015,
and compiled it into a report entitled Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR).
The report says that just 23 per cent of companies can effectively respond to a
critical security incident. The rest, a stunning 77 per cent, are not properly
Financial services companies were leading the charge among disaster-ready
companies, but have been taken over by retail in the last year. Retail now has
22 per cent of all response engagements, up from 12 per cent last year. This
industry is a popular target, as it processes a lot of payment information.
Stealthy malware 'Skimer' helps hackers easily steal cash from ATMs
Senate subcommittee will address ransomware threat
for New LP Executives
Increased Communication = Decreased Speculation
Director of Loss Prevention,
24 Hour Fitness
Questions or comments can be emailed to
I've already shared a bit about communication in a previous Roadmap
article, but I think that this is an important topic, warranting a bit more
air time. I remember being a District Loss Prevention Manager, touring
stores with my District Manager and Human Resources partners. There were
topics that were discussed (by my DM/HR peers) in the car - whether
revolving around operations, talent assessments, new policies, etc. I felt
so out of place because I didn't know, first-hand, what the heck they were
talking about. I hadn't heard the most updated company direction. It was
actually a very uncomfortable and disconnected feeling; especially with all
of us working in the same territory - for the same company!
of communication, knowledge, and clarity often-times leads to unnecessary
phones calls, questions, gossip, speculation, and being forced to try to put
the missing pieces of the puzzle together - on your own. It's not a healthy
way to operate, needless to say; especially in a field where we typically
like to have most of the answers.
Being loss prevention
professionals, folks expect us to have the majority of the answers. After
all, we have access to cameras, reports, technology and other resources that
most don't have access to. Why wouldn't we know the basics about the company
that we work for?! Well, the bottom line is, unless the department head of
LP (and his/her direct reports) communicates these updates effectively,
clearly, and in a timely manner, we won't have those answers. It will cause
rumors, inconsistent messaging, lack of respect for the department head, and
an overall disgruntled workforce. I don't think that's what any LP
professional wants amongst their team. I certainly don't.
So as a
newer LP Executive, as you get pulled into numerous corporate meetings,
conference calls, vendor pitches, and everything else that may make your
head spin, always take the time to assess the information that you're
receiving to determine what information your field team should have. Your
goal is to arm your team with the same knowledge that the other field
support teams receive, in order to spark balanced conversation in that "car
scenario" that I opened this article with. This will lead to less
speculation, more engaging dialogue, consistent execution, and an overall
stronger and collaborative LP team!
more of Mike's "Roadmap for New LP Executives" series
here, with topics including:
Meet and Greet Your Team --
Assessment/Task Delegation -- Company Priorities -- Developing an
Action Plan -- Visibility/Accountability/Recognition -- Effective
Communication -- Evaluating Company Structure -- Physical Security
Platform -- Budgeting -- Capital Expenditure -- Documenting Your
Accomplishments -- and more!
Critical Incident Management
Chad McIntosh, VP of LP & Risk
Management, Bloomingdale's, and Blue Montez, VP of Risk Management,
In today's multi-threat real-time environment,
it's critical for retailers to be educated, informed and highly collaborative.
With critical incidents like active shooters on the rise, learn about the
proactive steps Loss Prevention can take when it comes to physical security
programs, educating employees, monitoring social media and collaborating with
law enforcement. Chad McIntosh,
VP of LP & Risk Management, Bloomingdale's, and
VP of Risk Management, American Apparel, share their thoughts on LP's elevated
role as first responders in active-incident situations.
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Breaking The Fraud Piece Of
The Payments Puzzle
Whether we like it or not,
fraud and identity theft play a significant role in the payments ecosystem.
Unfortunately for both consumers and payments players alike, this dangerous
piece of the puzzle is growing at an astounding rate.
With the rollout of
the EMV liability shift in the U.S. last year it's no surprise that
card-not-present fraud is on the rise. EMV itself was developed back in 2005 and
when the technology was first rolled out in Europe and Canada years ago, there
was a significant shift migration from retail locations to digital online fraud.
Madhu said this shift increased by over 150 percent in Europe and 75 percent in
Canada, so there is an expectation the same pattern will be seen here in the
U.S. Even new technologies such as Apple Pay aren't necessarily safe.
Apple's payment wallet has experienced its fair share of controversy because
identity theft caused fraud rates to rise in the Apple Pay ecosystem to 6
percent earlier this year, which is 60 times that of swiping cards, Madhu
pointed out. "With the introduction of new mobile apps and technologies that
make it easy for us to pay, it's also easy to commit fraud," he added.
A 'Hot' Business Is Also
Popular with Payment Crooks
There are three
strategies or traits that make merchants more likely to be subject to payments
You target millennials.
According to Consumer
Reports, millennials may be at high risk for a number of reasons, from their
adoption of mobile and digital technology to a laissez faire attitude about
A lax attitude about cyber security coupled with a high
rate of mobile device use could add up for problems for those businesses that
target millennial customers. From inadvertently exposing credit card and banking
data over an insecure public connection to risking identity theft via unsecured
phones and mobile devices, selling to Millennials can increase your risk of
You sell hot or trending items.
the Cabbage Patch craze in the 80s to last year's Hoverboards, popular items
generate business - and can also boost online fraud. Choosing to sell these "must-have" items can propel a merchant to bigger and better opportunities both
online and in a brick and mortar setting. While selling the season's hottest
items can increase your business and lead to higher profits, rapid expansion can
also boost a merchant's risk of encountering online fraud.
business is new or growing.
Cyber criminals already know that big
retailers like Amazon have entire units in place to detect fraud - so your small
to mid-size business might be more appealing to them. You might be seen as a
location that is less able to detect a stolen credit card, particularly if you
have your own online storefront or website.
Report: Warehouse rents
spiking due to e-commerce growth
New PayPal phishing scam
steals sensitive data
Naples, FL: Littman Jewelers employee arrested
after million-dollar jewelry heist
police arrested a Naples jewelry store employee Monday on charges of burglary
and grand theft after he confessed to stealing $1 million worth of jewelry.
Video surveillance shows Jeffrey Vickers, 35, went to Littman Jewelers at the
Coastland Center mall shortly after the store closed Sunday night, opened the
electronic gate and disarmed the alarm system. He opened the safe and emptied
several pieces of jewelry, watches and loose diamonds in a backpack and garbage
bag, according to an arrest report. He also stole money from the cash register.
Johns Creek, GA: Two suspects on the
run following a $2,200 teeth Whitening Stripes theft
local retail store's loss prevention officer reported $2,200 worth of teeth
whitening strips allegedly stolen May 1 by two men. The loss prevention officer
alerted Johns Creek police to the incident May 2 after he reviewed the previous
day's security footage. The footage showed two men stopping by the hygiene
aisle. One of the men appeared to act as a lookout while the other allegedly
concealed multiple boxes of teeth whitening strips, totaling $2,200 in value, in
a shopping bag. The entire incident only lasted five minutes. An investigator
identified the men as Rodney Richards, 51, and Roderick Jefferson, 51, who have
both been suspected in multiple shoplifting cases across Atlanta. They both have
multiple outstanding warrants for theft in several jurisdictions. Their
whereabouts are unknown.
Easton, MD: Woman already in jail
now charged with an additional $1,000 in thefts from Walmart, Giant Eagle and
Officers of the Easton Police Department were
notified that the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office served an arrest warrant on
Amanda Acierno Coffin on May 12, for multiple thefts. Police said Coffin was
already serving time in the Wicomico County Detention Center because of another
matter. Easton Police alleged that between Oct.and Nov. of 2015, Coffin stole
merchandise from Walmart, Giant Foods Grocery Store and Food Lion in Easton.
Campbell, CA: Police report a woman was arrested at
Safeway attempting to steal $1,200 of Baby Formula
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Shootings and Deaths
Watsonville, CA: Gang-Related Shooting at Watsonville Discount Mall
sends 1 to
A man showed up at a hospital with gunshot wounds roughly 10 minutes
after a gang-related shooting in Watsonville Tuesday afternoon. Officers were
dispatched to the Watsonville Discount at 12:53 p.m. on report of a person shot,
but were unable to find a victim. Shortly after that a man with gunshot wounds
to the legs, which were not thought to be life threatening, arrived at a local
South Holland, IL: Customer killed in a struggle with an Armed
Robber at Boost Mobile
Police are searching for a second suspect in a deadly
armed robbery at a cell phone store. A 45-year-old man who was killed was a
store customer who tried to wrestle a gun away from one of the two robbers who
held up the Boost Mobile store around 2 p.m. Tuesday. The struggle ended in
shots fired. The victim was rushed to the hospital, where he died. One of the
suspects tried to get away. After a short chase, officers arrested him. But the
other suspect was able to escape.
Atlanta, GA: Teens shot in drive-by near Greenbriar mall; 10 shots
Two teenagers are in the hospital after being shot early Wednesday
morning. According to police, a 17-year-old and 18-year-old were shot while on
Headland Dr. near Greenbriar Mall. Investigators said the shooting was a
drive-by involving two cars. 10 shell casings were found on the street near the
Fort Worth, TX: Murder trial begins in slaying of American Eagle /
Hulan Mall store employee
Ashlea Harris didn't have an enemy in the world,
prosecutors say. But that all changed on a day in August 2014 when she
discovered that someone had broken into the American Eagle Outfitters store
where she worked in Hulen Mall, prosecutor Kevin Rousseau said It was Harris - a
31-year-old assistant manager at the store - who called 911 and alerted
corporate officials and the store manager about the theft. And it was Harris,
Rousseau said, who looked at the store's surveillance video and recognized a man
she believed was responsible for stealing thousands of dollars from the store's
safe - David Mallory, a store employee and live-in boyfriend of another of the
store's assistant managers, Carter Cervantez.
Officers responded to 'accidental' shooting near south Tulsa Wal-Mart
Robberies and Thefts
Honolulu, HI: Elderly store owner choked by suspect during
robbery, same store robbed last week
Police in Hawaii are investigating a
string of robberies at the same store, including one that left an elderly woman
hospitalized with serious injuries. According to police, the same store was
robbed three times in less than a week. During one of the incidents,
surveillance video caught three men robbing the store.
Wear, FL: Grab and Run Thief returns $500 in merchandise, still gets
arrested Steadham figured he'd lost the chainsaw and trimmer valued at over
$500. That was until he got a call from the suspect. "He called Monday
morning and offered the equipment back for no prosecution. But at the time the
sheriff's office was already involved. Suspect Matthew Schriefer returned to the
scene of the crime with the stolen merchandise where investigators arrested him.
Sitting in the back of the patrol car, he again apologized for his actions.
Kosciusko, MS: Burglars Smash down front wall of Gun Store to steal
Wailuku, HI: Drug addiction
leads to $26,000 theft from Eskimo Candy: Judge orders full
restitution for reduced charges
Grants Pass, OR: Two Climate City Brewing employees face felony
theft; $15,000 theft
Shelbyville, TN: Walmart
cashier arrested for theft of $2,500, placed money on a Green Dot
Zales Outlet in the Vacaville Premium Outlets, Vacaville, CA
reported a Grab & Run on 5/2, merchandise valued at $30,600
Helzberg Diamonds in the FlatIron
Crossing, Broomfield, CO reported a Grab & Run on 5/15, merchandise valued at
Kay Jewelers in the Cherry Tree Crossing, Indianapolis, IN
reported a Grab & Run on 5/14, merchandise valued at $3,199
Pagoda in the Bay Park Mall, Green Bay, WI reported a Grab & Run on
5/14, merchandise valued at $159
Piercing Pagoda in the SMITH
HAVEN MALL, Lake Grove, NY reported a Grab & Run on 5/14,
merchandise valued at $999
Kay Outlet in the Prime Outlets at Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville,
OH, reported a Distraction Theft on 5/14, merchandise valued at
Jareds in the
Tysons Corner Mall, Tysons, VA reported a Grab & Run on 5/13, merchandise valued
Credit Card Fraud/ID Theft
Franklin, TN: Police catch duo with stolen credit cards after Belk, $600 in
Weld County, CO: Baby sitter accused of Robbing Bank to pay $15,000
restitution money in a ID Theft/ Forgery case
Red Oak, TX: Man charged with 7
counts of Credit Card Fraud
Corpus Christi, TX: Skimming device found at
Tucson, AZ: Sophisticated skimming devices found at Circle K gas station
Plum, PA: Gas station common element in at least eight credit-card fraud
Mobile - Chicago, IL - Armed Robbery/ 1 person killed
Central Mississippi Guns - Kosciusko, MS - Burglary/ Smash
C-Store- Washington, DC - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Kansas City, MO - Robbery/ Clerk Assaulted
Corner - Pulaski Township, PA - Burglary
CVS - Sandusky, OH - Robbery/ Assault
Dollar General - Columbia, TN - Robbery
Dollar General - Omaha, NE - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Yemassee, SC - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Dayton, OH - Robbery
K-Convenience - Penfield, NY - Armed Robbery/ 2 clerks stabbed
Marathon - Murrysville, PA - Armed Robbery
Central Mississippi Guns - Kosciusko, MS - Burglary/ Smash
Pilot - Knoxville, TN -Robbery
Q Computer Solutions - Richland County, SC - Armed Robbery
Ricochet Antiques - Brownwood, TX - Burglary
- Broussard, LA - Shooting
Sprint Mart -
Columbus, MS - Armed Robbery
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