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  Randy Nickerson was named Managing Director of Loss Prevention, Audit & Firearms Compliance for Dunham's Sports.
Randy was previously the Director of Loss Prevention, Audit and Firearms. Randy started with Dunham's Sports in 1994. Prior to joining Dunham's Sports, Randy worker in Loss Prevention management positions at Gander Mountain Inc. and Target Stores. Randy served in the United States Air Force as Senior Airman and attended the University of Wisconsin. Congratulations, Randy!


Imported fake ID's Flooding the U.S.
A threat to national security & More CC Fraud

The FBI says high quality fake ID's made in other countries are flooding into the U.S.

Customs officials have been trying to crack down on high quality ID's shipped in from places like China. At Chicago's airport they intercepted packages with cheap gifts and trinkets inside. But the real prizes were the authentic looking ID's hidden in the packaging. Even the FBI was impressed by the amount of detail on the fakes.

Overseas suppliers set up elaborate websites, where you can choose a counterfeit license from many different states. They sell for about $100 a piece and buyers are told to wire cash or use Bitcoin. All they have to do is fill out an online form and upload a picture.

"It is one of the key components that these criminals use to open up other bank accounts, open up credit card accounts, using the victim's identities." news4sanantonio.com

10 States With the Most Identity Theft
The Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Sentinel Network received more than 3 million consumer complaints in 2015, 16% of which were identity theft complaints. Scams involving government documents, such as when a social security is stolen to file a fraudulent tax return, were the most common method of identity theft, followed by credit card fraud.

Missouri reported 22,164 identity theft complaints, or 364.3 per 100,000 people - by far the largest incidence of identity theft of any state. Connecticut and Florida reported the second and third highest incidence of identity theft, and California rounded out the top 10. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 10 states with the most identity theft per capita.

While the number of identity theft victims in a given year represents a relatively small proportion of the U.S. population, the problem is only getting worse. The number of fraud complaints has steadily increased almost every year since 2001, when just 325,519 complaints were documented. Fraud as well as identity theft crimes are very costly. In 2015, the Consumer Sentinel Network reported $765.3 million stolen across over 1 million scams. The financial cost of the average successful scam is $1,154.

10. California 5. Illinois
9. New Hampshire 4. Maryland
8. Texas 3. Florida
7. Georgia 2. Connecticut
6. Michigan 1. Missouri            247wallst.com

Counterfeit Merchandise: Ruling Bars Fendi From Collecting $34M
From Insurer

Fendi won't be able to collect $34 million from an insurer for a retailer that knocked off the fashion company's goods because the retailer did not inflict "advertising injury" on Fendi, a federal appeals court has ruled. The retailer, Ashley Reed, was found liable for selling goods with the Fendi trademark, and Fendi tried to collect from Ashley Reed's insurance company, U.S. Fidelity and Guarantee Co., which had policies covering any advertising-based injury it inflicted on its rivals. But on Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit agreed with U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty that merely using the trademark, and nothing more, doesn't amount to "advertising" as it is commonly understood. That decision came in U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty Co. v. Fendi Adele S.R.L., 14-3435-cv, where Judges Robert Sack, Denny Chin and Christopher Droney upheld a decision by Southern District Judge Richard Berman. Fendi had successfully sued Ashley Reed for trademark counterfeiting, false designation of origin and trademark dilution under the federal Lanham Act as well as New York law. Berman entered an award in 2013 based on the sales of counterfeit goods from 2001-2006, trebled, attorneys fees and costs, all totaling $34,650,886. newyorklawjournal.com

Converse Wants OT Claims Tossed In Security Bag Check Row
Converse Inc. on Tuesday urged a California federal court to toss claims that it allegedly miscalculated how to factor bonus pay into computing a retail employee's regular pay rate for purposes of overtime wages, in a putative class action over compensation for time spent on bag checks. law360.com

Tampa Bay officials call for action after Walmart investigation
into Police presence

Officials across Tampa Bay are calling on Walmart to meet with community leaders and to reduce the burden that the corporate giant places on local law enforcement.

Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist said he has directed the county attorney's office to work with the county administrator and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. He asked that they find a way to make businesses pay for the expense of excessive police calls or increase their private security.

In Hillsborough, seven of the 10 places deputies responded to most in a year were Walmarts, according to a Tampa Bay Times investigation published last week.

The call to action comes after the Times investigation found that Walmarts place a heavier load on local authorities than any other business. Walmarts across the region accounted for nearly 16,800 police calls in just one year, the Times found. That's two calls an hour, every hour of every day.

In a statement to the Times, Walmart spokeswoman Deisha Barnett said the company will meet with local stakeholders to discuss those issues.

"This is a challenging situation that presents a lot of different issues," Barnett said. "In the coming weeks, we plan to sit down with members of law enforcement and city officials in Tampa, as part of a concerted effort to make investments and deploy the right processes and procedures needed to meet our customer and associate expectations of a safe and enjoyable shopping experience."  tampabay.com

Retailers Caught in the Crosshairs of Transgender Debate
In the midst of a lightning rod controversy over transgender rights that has seen Target Corp. stake out a position in favor of an "inclusivity" policy, the retail industry is still trying to find its footing on the issue.

The issue is squarely in the spotlight and has rapidly expanded to all corners of public discourse, from corporate boardrooms to the presidential campaign trail.

On Tuesday, J.C. Penney Co. Inc. also voiced support for what it dubbed an "inclusive shopping environment." But stopped short of saying outright that transgender individuals can use whichever bathroom corresponds with their gender identity, but the statement echoed similar language used by Target.

Other retailers have not weighed in on the issue publicly, despite requests for comment. The retail industry's two main trade and lobbying groups - the National Retail Federation and Retail Industry Leaders Association - said they have no position on the controversial issue.

Editor's Note: Ultimately if the retail industry adopts Target's policy we could see a rise in store confrontations and even protests in some cities, as the general public is actively engaged in the topic with both sides being rather vocal about their opinions. This issue that may present risks that require Loss Prevention involvement at the store level and possibly corporate level. wwd.com

Washington, DC: Giant grocery Security Guard charged with Assault;
tried to prevent transgender woman from using ladies room

The incident happened around 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at the Giant grocery store located on 3rd and H streets. According to Police, the security guard tried to keep a transgender woman from using the ladies restroom at the store. Police say they confirmed the victim's account through security camera footage inside the store before making the arrest. A report from the D.C. Police Department indicates they are investigating this incident as a hate crime. 12newsnow.com

New OT Rules To Hit Retail, Hospitality Hardest
The U.S. Department of Labor more than doubling the salary threshold for overtime exemptions to over $47,000 and extending wage protection to millions more American workers.

The new rule sets a clear blueprint for the sort of worker who can expect to see a bump in pay: managers who now take home a salary between the old and new thresholds, or $23,660 and $47,476, respectively. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the minimum salary threshold sets a bar for who qualifies for a "white collar" overtime exemption.

More so than their counterparts in other industries, store and restaurant owners will be scrambling in the coming months. law360.com

The Loss Prevention Foundation Announces Newest Doctorate Level Partner - The Zellman Group
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced the selection of its newest Doctorate level scholarship partner, The Zellman Group. The Doctorate level partnership secures numerous certification course scholarships for distribution to retailers, universities and internal associates. It also enables Zellman to provide LPF memberships to loss prevention practitioners.

"The Zellman Group decided to increase their support of the foundation and recognizes it as the industry leader in continued education. The foundation has brought legitimacy to Loss Prevention as a career and not just a job. The scholarships the we afforded the opportunity to award acknowledge a Loss Prevention professionals continued contributions to our industry", said Stuart Levine, CEO of The Zellman Group. prweb.com

Los Angeles: Food trucks lag behind in food safety, cleanliness, data show
About 27% of food trucks earned lower than A grades over the last two years, according to a Times review of Los Angeles County Department of Public Health data. By comparison, slightly less than 5% of brick-and-mortar restaurants and about 18% of food carts fell below that mark. More than 4% of food trucks inspected this year were forced to close -- a rate three times higher than regular restaurants, the analysis shows. The health department has closed more than 70 food trucks this year, most of which were allowed to reopen after passing follow-up inspections. latimes.com

Safeway Urges 9th Circ. To Ax $42M Judgment In Pricing Suit
Grocery chain Safeway urged the Ninth Circuit on Monday to overturn a $42 million judgment for consumers over the prices it charged for delivered groceries, saying it never promised online customers the same prices as in-store customers. law360.com
German grocery chain Lidl plans aggressive U.S. expansion
Staffing real-estate positions in Philadelphia and more than a hundred management positions in a strip of East Coast states between Virginia and Georgia. Planning to fill in where A&P left.  philly.com

Dollar General re-post Director of Loss Prevention position - Charlotte, NC

Home Depot post Sr. Manager Asset Protection position in Atlanta, GA

Home Depot posts over 300 Asset Protection/Loss Prevention Specialist (APS) positions on LinkedIn

Walmart Q1 earnings call CFO states shrink is improving

Burberry cost-cutting $144.7M by 2019
Quarterly Same Store Sales Results
The Numbers are in and they aren't good

Lowe's Q1 comp's up 7.3%, sales up 7.8%
American Eagle Q1 comp's up 6%, sales up 7%
Ace Hardware Q1 comp's up 2.2%, sales up 4.3%
Target Q1 comp's up 1.2%, online comp's up 23%, sales down 5.4%
Walmart Q1 U.S. comp's up 1%, Neighborhood Market comp's up 7.1%, Sam's Club comp's up 0.1%, e-commerce sales up 7%, total revenue up 4%
Urban Outfitters Q1 retail comp's up 1%, net sales up 3%
Dick's Sporting Goods Q1 comp's up 0.5%, net sales up 6.1%
Cato Q1 comp's flat, sales up 1%
Boot Barn Holdings Q4 comp's down 1.2%, sales up 45%, full yr comp's flat at -0.1%, sales up 41%Advanced Auto Q1 comp's down 1.9%, sales down 1.9%
Citi Trends Q1 comp's down 2.7%, sales down 0.6%
Bon-Ton Q1 comp's down 2.9%, net sales down 3.3%
Stein Mart Q1 comp's down 3.4%, sales up 0.6%
Staples Q1 North American store comp's down 4%, online comp's up 1%, total sales down 3%
Stage Stores Q1 comp's down 8.5%, sales down 9.9%
hhgregg Q4 comp's down 9.3%, sales down 9.6%, full yr comp's down 7.7%, sales down 8%


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Noodles POS Breach at "some locations"
Noodles & Company, a fast-casual restaurant chain with more than 500 stores in 35 U.S. states, says it has hired outside investigators to probe reports of a credit card breach at some locations. krebsonsecurity.com

Home Depot Can't Dodge Banks' Claims In Data Breach MDL
The overwhelming majority of claims brought by a proposed class of financial institutions and credit union associations against Home Depot in multidistrict litigation over its 2014 data breach can remain, a Georgia federal judge ruled on Wednesday.  law360.com

A hacker is selling 167 million LinkedIn user records
The data includes hashed passwords for 117 million accounts and likely dates back to 2012. The announcement was posted on a dark market website called TheRealDeal by a user who wants 5 bitcoins, or around $2,200, for the data set that supposedly contains user IDs, email addresses and SHA1 password hashes for 167,370,940 users.

"I've seen a subset of the data and verified that it's legit," Hunt said via email. LinkedIn did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  csoonline.com

LinkedIn data breach Grows from 6.5M to 117M accounts
A 2012 data breach that was thought to have exposed 6.5 million hashed passwords for LinkedIn users instead likely impacted more than 117 million accounts, the company now says.

Editor's Note: It's time to change your password on LinkedIn. krebsonsecurity.com

Retailer's Call To Action
Standards sought for securing consumer data for retailers

Retailers They are often able to gather sensitive information - like address and phone number - that can be shared with business partners to boost revenue potential. Data breaches and poor security controls are putting that same personally identifiable information (PII) into the hands of cyberthieves.

According to the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), there's evidence that PII is now worth much more on the black market than credit card numbers and that the implementation of EMV in the U.S. will likely shift fraud away from the use of counterfeit credit cards - to the use of real credit cards obtained by using fake or stolen identities and the use of stolen credit card data for card-not-present transactions. 

Regulations and standards around protecting PII have emerged overseas, but not so much in the U.S. So, the NCCoE is taking public comment on a project around securing non-credit card and sensitive consumer data. secureidnews.com





Live interviews from the NRF Big Show January 2016

America's Top Cop

'Founding Father' of Public Law Enforcement's ORC Efforts

NYPD Commissioner William Bratton's speech to the LP community

On Jan. 18th, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton spoke to retail loss prevention executives at the D&D Daily's "Live in NYC 2016 at the NRF Big Show" event. In his speech, Bratton talks about NYC's new ORC efforts, asking retailers to get involved and help in the fight against the growing threat of organized retail crime.

From his support and funding of the nation's largest ORC association and conference in Los Angeles, to his current efforts in authorizing the formation of New York City's first Metro ORC effort, learn about Commissioner Bratton's commitment to public-private crime-fighting partnerships nationwide.

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Online stores like Amazon may ban you for too many returns
Stories of being banned from Amazon populate the web. But Amazon isn't the only retailer that bans customers who return too many items.

Even Nordstrom - a company that has built its brand on customer service and has a generous return policy - is not afraid to say that it sometimes severs relationships with customers who return too many items. "We do have occasions where customers have excessive returns, to the point where it's clear they're disappointed or frustrated with us and we in turn are frustrated with our inability to serve them properly, so it's best that we part ways," said Nordstrom spokesperson John Bailey.

Sears Canada also has a generous returns policy. And limits. "We monitor high returns and can disable certain customer profiles from being able to have orders placed from them in some cases; this would be after we investigate and determine that there is fraudulent activity," said Vince Power, a spokesman for Sears Canada.

Returns create multiple costs for retailers. Some pay for return postage, and even if they don't, restocking items costs money. If items are sold out of season, they have to be sold at a reduced price, or sold in bulk to a re-seller, liquidator or jobber, or at an affiliated clearance warehouse. The items show up at flea markets, dinged or worn-looking or without a box, and some brands would rather trash their returned goods than have that happen.

Last year, $290 billion of sales were returned in the United States and Canada, according to statistics from The Retail Equation, a firm that provides return-optimization services to retailers. Eight percent of purchases from bricks-and-mortar retail sales are returned. But up to 30 per cent of e-commerce exchanges involve a returned item, and e-commerce sales, though still a relatively small proportion of sales for most traditional retailers, are growing at a faster rate than are in-store sales. An estimated 10 per cent of returns are thought to be either fraudulent or a misrepresentation of the facts - a fake receipt or someone returning something bought a year ago instead of yesterday, says Stephen O'Keefe, a loss prevention specialist with the Retail Council of Canada. metronews.ca

Why chief digital officers are all the rage
14.6% yearly growth vs. 3.1% in store sales
CDO's are coming big time

Executive recruiters say within the past 5 years, more retail clients have sought executive-level digital talent. And it's no wonder. According to Internet Retailer's 2016 Top 500 Guide, overall online sales in the U.S. grew 14.6% year-over-year compared to 3.1% year-over-year growth for store sales and 3.6% total retail sales.

With Target's naming this new job this week they become the fifth major retailer to create such a position in the past year.

"With this whole push on the consumer wanting to access your brand any time any place, digital is no longer a separate part of the business. Candidates able to fill higher level e-commerce positions are in high demand because there aren't many of them. And the demand will probably continue.

"It's creating a need for a new type of leader, one who can work in a fast- paced environment who understands how to use data to make decisions."  internetretailer.com

Target's Q1 e-commerce sales account for a growing share of revenue

Home Depot's Q1 online sales grow more than 20%

Web sales are flat for Staples in Q1

Walmart Pay's national launch positions retailer for mobile-driven second half


A 34-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for his alleged involvement in a large retail theft ring in Colorado Springs
Jeffery Casper is accused of several felony offenses, including money laundering, computer crime and thefts between $2,000 and $5,000, court records show. He was booked into El Paso County jail and held on $50,000 bond, jail records state. Police said they found stolen merchandise at 3 different locations. Police believe stolen items were being sold from those locations. In March, several local merchants told police about a possible theft ring and officers began an investigation that is ongoing. ggazette.com

Memphis, TN: Second Burlington Coat Factory shoplifting suspect arrested
Two people accused of shoplifting at a Burlington Coat Factory are now behind bars. Courtney Bell, 38, is facing multiple charges, including assault and theft of property. The incident happened around 1:23 p.m. at the store on Stage Road. Officers were called in response to a shoplifting incident. Upon arrival, officers were advised of two shoplifting suspects inside the business. A complainant told police the same suspects were believed to be responsible for another incident at the store. An officer on the scene tried to arrest Bell, but police say she got in her car and took off with the officer dragged behind her. Investigators went to Methodist Hospital -North emergency room and met with the officer, who identified Bell as the person who attempted to run him over. A loss prevention officer told police that the two stole approximately $700 worth of items. Police say the officer did not sustain any major injuries. fox10memphis.com

East Lampeter Township, PA: 2 women suspected in thefts at Gap Outlet store
Police are asking for the public's help to identify two women suspected of stealing large amounts of clothing from a store at Tanger Outlets Monday. The incident occurred shortly before 8 p.m. at the Gap Outlet store. lancasteronline.com

Vienna, VA: CVS hit twice in a week with Baby Formula thefts

Livingston, MI: James Arthur Ekdahl, 50, of Ann Arbor, was sentenced to one and a half years to 10 years in prison for organized retail crime and first-degree retail fraud


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Dekalb County, GA: Argument leads to shooting at a Strip Mall
According to a police spokesperson, an argument started in the parking lot, which led to a crowd of people fighting. Within the crowd, someone pulled out a rifle and shot a person, according to authorities. Police say the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. The suspect managed to escape. wtvm.com

Macon, GA: Man shot outside Melody's Magic Mart

Robberies & Thefts

Atlanta, GA: Police arrest 3 in series of Smash & Grab burglaries
Atlanta Police announced Wednesday they have arrested three men who investigators believe are responsible for a string of smash and grab burglaries. Investigators said DNA evidence links Calvin Bailey to two smash and grabs. When officers executed a search warrant, they discovered guns and stolen electronic devices. fox5atlanta.com

Portland, OR: AT&T Smash and Grab thieves led Police on a high speed chase, ending in a crash
The incident started as a theft at an AT&T Store. The suspects attempted a smash and grab, mostly of cell phones. Officers chased the suspect vehicle until the driver crashed near Riverdale High School. kgw.com

Manchester, CT: Walmart shoplifter slashes own throat
when confronted by security

An alleged shoplifter is suffering from serious injuries after slashing his own throat when he was confronted by security Wednesday afternoon. The incident happened at the Walmart on Buckland Hills Drive. Police said the 44-year-old man switched the price tag on a vacuum cleaner, and was caught trying to buy it for a lower price. Store security brought him to their office, where he slashed his own throat with a knife that was in his pocket. Police said his injuries may be life-threatening. necn.com

Wichita, KS: Man sentenced to 18+ years in robbery spree
51-year-old Delbert Jelks was sentenced Wednesday to 221 months in prison. He pleaded guilty in March to three counts of aggravated robbery and three counts of robbery. He was charged with robbing the Family Dollar and Dollar General on June 19th, JoAnn's Fabrics and Trio's on June 26th and Tillie's flowers and Wichita Inn on July 3rd of 2015. kwch.com

Muncie, IN: Shoe Store Manager faked Deposit Armed Robbery
City police say an associate manager at a Muncie Mall shoe store falsely reported he had been robbed of the store's receipts at gunpoint. Matthew Gordon Lunsford, 27, was arrested Tuesday, preliminarily charged with false reporting and two counts of theft. Last Friday night, Lunsford told police he was trying to make a $903 business deposit at the ATM at Old National Bank, when a black man walked up to his car, put a gun to his stomach and took the cash. His report resulted in a police search for a suspect on Muncie's northeast side. thestarpress.com

Riverhead, NY: Sports Authority employees caught stealing merchandise
Two Sports Authority employees were arrested Wednesday on felony charges after they were caught stealing merchandise at the Riverhead store. Police responded to the store shortly before 5:15 p.m. to investigate a reported a theft and found Kerry Nash, 19, and Matthew Fineron, 20, had been stealing from the store from April 28 to May 8, officials said. riverheadsnewsreview.com

North Plainfield, NJ: CVS store manager, partner indicted on armed robbery charges

ATF Report: Over 12,000 Guns Stolen From Gun Stores in Two Years

West Hartford, CT: Sears shoplifter makes threats, is arrested after chase

Foxboro, MA: Cindi's Diamond & Jewelry reported a Distraction Theft, $4,200 Diamond earring stolen

Flagler County, FL: Deputies seek man accused of Quick Changes artist at Publix, hit for over $400

UK: Willenhall, England: 25 burglaries in one month: Willenhall shops targeted in spate of thefts

Cargo Theft

UK: Aberdeen, Scotland: Seven face charges over cargo theft
A gang of seven people have been charged over the theft of delivery trucks from an industrial park. Taken from M&H Logistics, the trucks are thought to have contained "significant amounts" of alcohol and furniture. heraldscotland.com

Credit Card Fraud

Seminole Sheriff's Office worker accused of using inmate's credit card

Skimming Reports

Skimming device found at Stripes gas station in Corpus Christi, TX

Skimming device found in self-checkout at Ft. Wright, KY, Walmart

AT&T - Portland, OR - Robbery
Azteca Market - Bakersfield, CA - Armed Robbery
Chegoya Mart - Salt Lake City, UT - Armed Robbery
Cindi's Diamond - Foxboro, MA - Robbery
CVS - Upper Arlington, OH - Robbery
Dollar General - Jackson, TN - Robbery
Dollar General - Albany, GA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Cross Lanes, WV - Robbery
Dollar General - Anderson County, SC - Armed Robbery
Drug Emporium - Lubbock, TX - Burglary
Fast Gas - Augusta, GA - Burglary
K-N-J Grocery - Omaha, NE - Robbery
Kangaroo - Ocala, FL - Robbery
Loris Market - Myrtle Beach, SC - Armed Robbery
Melody's Magic Mart - Macon, GA - Shooting
Metro PCS - Jackson, MS - Robbery
Minit Shop - Hilo, HI - Robbery
Oak Tree Liquor - Canyon County, CA - Armed Robbery
Shell - Nashville, TN - Shooting
Twilight Zone - Plant City, FL - Shooting
Vandalia Armory and Range - Vandalia, OH - Burglary
Verizon - Melbourne, FL - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Ocala, FL - Robbery
Wayne Pharmacy - Goldsboro, NC - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Anderson, SC - Armed Robbery


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Randy Nickerson was named Managing Director of Loss Prevention, Audit & Firearms Compliance for Dunham's Sports.
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