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Scott Byers was named Corporate Loss Prevention Manager for Rexall Drug Stores in Ontario, Canada.
Scott Was previously the Director of Loss Prevention for Golfsmith International from 2010 to 2015. Prior to that, he was a Loss Prevention Manager for Staples for 11 years and a Loss Prevention Manager for Blockbuster Video for four years. He earned a degree in Law and Security from Sheridan College. Rexall currently has over 450 stores throughout Canada. Congratulations, Scott!


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IAI Announces New Advisory Board Member, Joe Davis, CFI
The International Association of Interviewers (IAI) is proud to introduce its newest advisory board member, Joe Davis LPC, CFI, CPP. Joe Davis, CFI, is a Senior Regional Asset Protection Manager at Walmart. Davis has spent the last 20 years mastering the area of operations, loss prevention, investigations, and technology in the retail industry. From Threat Assessment to Risk Management and Workplace Violence, Davis is well-educated. Davis was also selected by an industry leading publication as one of the top 40 retail leaders under 40.

"We are very excited to have Joe Davis as our new IAI Advisory Board member and look forward to how his leadership will add value for our members," said Wayne Hoover, CFI, IAI Executive Director.

White Mountain, AZ: Retail Crime-Focused Police Detective Named 'Law Enforcement Officer of the Year'
One of White Mountain's first responders has received the highest statewide honor from the Arizona Elks Association. Show Low Police Detective Morning Johnson was named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. "Over the last year, Det. Johnson has been involved with investigating and closing a number of high profile criminal cases. This has included an attempted homicide with multiple suspects, apprehension of a serial bank robber and the identification and arrests of a multi-state credit card ring."

She is responsible for establishing the White Mountain Organized Retail Crime Association.
This association brings together loss prevention personnel from local businesses to work together in fighting retail theft, fraud and other crimes affecting the business community.

Corporate Director Loss Prevention, Home Depot re-posted - Atlanta, GA
Design and develop programs and processes to reduce shrink exposure and improve operational efficiencies.

Typically reports to Corporate VP of Loss Prevention.
Direct and indirect reports typically include 16 managers/supervisors, 5 professionals, and 1 support associate.
Provides direction and supervision for the Corporate staff.
Designs and develops programs and processes to reduce shrink exposure and improve operational efficiencies.
Forecasts future business needs.
Analyzes and develops new technologies to improve performance.
Selects, develops, and motivates assigned staff.

Dir, Fraud Strategy and Analytics Axcess Financial, Cincinnati, OH
In an effort to protect assets, provide a safe and secure lending environment, and to minimize financial losses to Axcess Financial, the Fraud Analytics Director is tasked with monitoring and analyzing originations activities in order to detect and curtail fraud. Primary responsibility is the identification, mitigation and incident management of potential fraudulent eCommerce lending transactions detected by a suite of detection tools and the expeditious investigation and resolution of true-party initiated fraud claims. Check 'n Go's some 1,000 branch locations in about 25 states.
Director, Information Security Compliance Hudson's Bay Company (HBC),
New York, NY

The Director, Information Security Compliance is a leadership role within Loss Prevention and reports to the VP, Chief Information Security Officer. Hudson's Bay Company is one of the fastest-growing department store retailers in the world. In North America, HBC's leading banners include Hudson's Bay, Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue, Gilt, Saks OFF 5TH, Find @ Lord & Taylor, and Home Outfitters. In Europe, HBC's banners include GALERIA Kaufhof (the largest department store group in Germany), Galeria INNO (Belgium's only department store group), and Sportarena. At HBC we are a company of adventurers who explore uncharted territory, challenge convention, and work with imagination and fun.

Director Kroll Associates, Inc. - San Francisco, CA
Kroll's financial and forensic accounting professionals assist clients in preventing and detecting fraud and other forms of white-collar crime, quantifying financial damages, and assisting at all levels of litigation, including providing expert testimony.

Kroll is the leading global provider of risk solutions. For more than 40 years, Kroll has helped clients make confident risk management decisions about people, assets, operations, and security through a wide range of investigations, cyber security, due diligence and compliance, physical and operational security, and data and information management services.

Headquartered in New York with more than 50 offices across nearly 30 countries, Kroll has a multidisciplinary team of over 2,000 employees and serves a global clientele of law firms, financial institutions, corporations, non-profit institutions, government agencies, and individuals. For more information visit

DSS finds fraud in 3 percent of food aid claims from floods
South Carolina's social service agencies say an audit shows about 3 percent of the 178,000 people who applied for help buying groceries after October's massive floods lied on their applications. The Department of Social Services says the average amount of the fraud was $434.

UK: 'Discarded suitcase' causes bomb scare at Nottingham's Victoria Centre
A discarded suitcase filled with clothes and electrical equipment sparked a bomb scare which led to the evacuation of a city shopping centre. Nottingham's intu Victoria Centre was emptied just before 11:30 BST on Sunday after the discovery of a "suspicious package" in the upper mall. Police later confirmed no explosive device was found in the suitcase.

Apple Store Employees Occasionally Receive Death Threats, UK Staffer Reveals

Restaurants Projected To Add 515,000 Summer Jobs

Mars Super Markets to close 8 remaining stores
Quarterly Same Store Sales Results
Ulta Beauty Q1 comp's up 15.2%, net sales up 23.7%
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Several technology companies preparing to roll out biometric fingerprint-activated credit and debit cards on a global scale
(1) Visa (2) and SmartMetric (3). Monica Eaton-Cardone-co-founder and Chief Information Officer (CIO) of international risk management firm Global Risk Technologies-believes biometric technology has the potential to transform the card payments industry by preventing fraudsters from using stolen cards. However, while fingerprint-activated credit cards are designed to thwart point-of-sale fraud, Eaton-Cardone emphasizes that it's equally important to develop biometric safeguards for card-not-present (CNP) transactions.

Do you know where your trade secrets are?
Today trade secret theft accounts for a significant part of the $200 billion to $300 billion in annual intellectual property losses for US companies; compare this to reports of $10 billion for annual privacy related losses.

Many trade secret losses are "cyber enabled". Yet breaches of personally identifiable information (PII) tend to dominate the headlines and compliance concerns of security officers. Although no law requires you to secure your company's trade secrets, good security governance requires that you do so. I plan to highlight some ways do this over the next few blog posts.

So what is a trade secret? There are two requirements. First, the information must have economic value. Second, you must be taking steps to keep the information secret. If you don't take clear and defensible steps to protect your information, you may not be able to recover damages if your information is stolen.

Some well-known trade secrets include the formula for Coke or WD-40 and the ingredients in KFC fried chicken. Others may include things like customer information, employment candidate information, piping diagrams for chemical processes or photos of specialty tire manufacturing equipment. Is anyone using big data? That could be a trade secret.

Protecting this category of information is harder than protecting PII. Trade secret information needs to be integrated into the business, whereas some PII can be isolated in specific hardened databases. In other cases approaches like PCI de-scoping can move the sensitive data out of the company entirely. To start with, you need to figure out what your firm considers to be a trade secret and where this information is located. This necessitates a deep dive into classification of unstructured data. Fortunately, there are new tools that can help.



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Wouldn't it be great if your store could communicate exactly what's happening within its four walls? With network video surveillance, now it can. As the global leader in network video, Axis Communications continues to revolutionize the way retail professionals work with not just loss prevention efforts, but also with store optimization, operational efficiencies, and enhancements to the overall customer experience. Hedgie Bartol, Retail Business Development Manager for Axis, tells us about the many uses of network video, the flexibility in implementing it, and how the technology can help LP work cross-functionally with other business units.  

LPNN Quick Take #7

Pat O'Leary and Wouter Ubbels of Nedap Retail meet up with Joe and Amber in this LPNN Quick Take, where they discuss Nedap's innovative product line, their support of the D&D Daily's ORC Resource Center, and which sports teams Wouter - originally from the Netherlands - should support.  

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Bitcoin Involved in 3% of All Online Scams
Contrary to what most people believe, Bitcoin is not a big part of these financial scams, though. Albeit 3% of survey respondents indicated they had lost Bitcoin funds in the process, the primary culprit were online scams or fraud, followed by data leakage. Additionally, losing funds through a financial organization ranks higher than Bitcoin losses as well.

Online Sales Hits Record 11.1% Of Retail Sales
According to Forrester Research, by Sucharita Mulpuru, US online retail is expected to reach to reach $373 billion in 2016. That figure will grow to more than $500 billion by 2020. Amazon is estimated to captured $23 billion more in US eCommerce sales in 2015 than in 2014 (including its third-party marketplace). That accounts for approximately 60% of the total growth in US online sales in 2015, says the report.

eBay Virtual Reality Department Store Shows Futureworld Shopping
Say hello to what the Internet-based retailer is calling the world's first Virtual Reality Department Store. The store allows customers to browse through collections like home goods, clothes and electronics as though they were actually in the store. The new store is the product of a partnership with Australian retailer Myer and you can now catch a glimpse of the store by downloading the app.

"It's been important to us that we don't just replicate the ecommerce experience in a virtual environment," Managing Director of eBay Australia and New Zealand Jooman Park said in a post. "We are taking the best elements of traditional retail and expanding on them to improve browsing, selection, personalization and efficiency."

The online retailing giant might be the first eCommerce company to open a VR store, but this technology might soon take off as more shopping tools become available.

Ulta Beauty e-commerce up 38.8%

Online jeweler Blue Nile continues offline expansion


Arlington, VA: Feds arrest Virginia woman for unique million-dollar
handbag scheme
- buying online & returning fakes
Federal authorities arrested a Virginia woman on Thursday for a unique handbag-related scheme that targeted several major department stores and involved brands such as Gucci, Burberry and Fendi. The scheme was so prolific that at one point she was a major department store's top online customer in the entire world, an agent from Homeland Security Investigations says in court documents. For years, Praepitcha Smatsorabudh would allegedly buy high-end handbags - many costing more than $2,000 apiece - from department stores online. She would then allegedly return the bags and receive refunds in-person at stores across the country. But what she really was returning were fake handbags that she ordered from suppliers in China and Hong Kong, according to federal authorities.

Palm Beach, FL: South Florida International theft operation leads to 4 arrests - $300,000 in merchandise shipped to Columbia
On May 14, officers said a theft occurred at the Chanel located on Worth Avenue. Investigators said the women stole Chanel purses and shoes from the store and left in a van rented by Daniel Casadiego Gutierrez, a foreign national from Colombia. After locating the van, officers said they conducted surveillance on the suspects. A South Florida Task Force was able to intercept stolen merchandise that included Prada, Gucci and Burberry the suspects were attempting to ship back to Colombia. Officer said they recovered items that were stolen from other high-end stores in Palm Beach, Coral Gables and The Dolphin Mall in Miami-Dade County. Police said the four suspects shipped numerous boxes out of the country before their arrests.

Cressona, PA: 4 charged for $175K in fraudulent returns at local Agway store 
Four Pottsville residents are accused of stealing more than $175,000 from an Agway store in Cressona over a period of nearly five years. State police have charged the four suspects with stealing $175,082.11 from the Agway in Cressona between May 2, 2011, and March 7, 2016. Police said the accused entered in fraudulent product returns and used the stolen money to pay for various things, including to play the state lottery. All four face felony charges for theft by unlawful taking and theft by deception.

Home Depot employee busted in $51,000 gift card scheme
A 21-year-old Home Depot employee is accused of selling more than $50,000 in gift cards to persons using stolen credit card numbers, police said. Kevin Mitchell, of Davie, was arrested Thursday at the Davie home supply store and is charged with grand theft. Authorities say that Mitchell was caught on the store's security surveillance footage allowing a man and a woman to make fraudulent transactions to purchase gift cards. Mitchell, who has been working as a cashier for The Home Depot since March, made 18 transactions on April 30 and May 8 and 17. On those three days, the man and woman bought a total of $51,128 in gift cards and merchandise with Mitchell's help.

Rehoboth Beach, DE: Troopers Arrest Three New York Men
in Organized Retail Crime Thefts
Upon being placed into custody, the three, all from Astoria, New York, were searched and troopers located devices commonly used to defeat and remove the security devices. The vehicle was then towed to Troop 7 where a search warrant was obtained, troopers recovered 119 articles of merchandise totaling more than $3,300 from nine different stores throughout the Rehoboth area (Marshalls, Target, TJ Max, Reebok Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger Outlet, Banana Republic Outlet, Guess Outlet, American Eagle Outlet, and the Ralph Lauren Outlet).

Hallandale Beach, FL: Man charged with $100,000 theft in iPhone sale scheme
Expecting to triple her money, an investor forked over about $100,000 to a bogus businessman who instead defrauded her in Hallandale Beach. Aaron White, who lives in Texas, faces a grand theft charge in the September 2012 case. He posted $10,000 bond and has been released from jail, records show. According to a police report, White persuaded Amberleigh Clark to give him $97,000 over the course of more than a year for the purchase of Apple iPhones. He tried to prove his iPhone distribution business in the Caribbean was legitimate by showing her a contract he had with someone else he was accused of duping. White is also accused of ripping off another investor for a $75,000 deposit to purchase $581,000 iPhones which were never delivered.

East Drumore Twp., PA: Extreme RC Hobbies hit for 4 Drones valued at $3,600
Pennsylvania State Police have charged three Maryland people in connection with drone thefts in Lancaster County. The three men are accused of stealing four drones valued at $3649.66. The trio reportedly stole the drones on May 26 from Extreme RC Hobbies in East Drumore Township. Police said during the theft Day grabbed a store employee by the throat and forced him to the ground. Witnesses helped identify the suspects and the vehicle they fled the scene in, helping authorities locate the trio at a motel in Elkton.


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Shootings and Violence

Mississauga, Ontario: Brawl erupts in Costco parking lot after dispute over spot
Video of a disagreement over a parking spot that led to a brawl outside a Costco this past weekend in Mississauga, Ont., has prompted an investigation by Peel Regional Police. Joe Carreiro was walking back to his car, arms filled with bulk purchases, when he was stopped, quite literally, in his tracks. His car was blocked in, and a screaming match over a parking space was escalating. Over the next few minutes he watched - and then started filming - as the conflict seemed to dissipate and then picked up again, eventually coming to blows.

Columbus, GA: Police names 2 additional Peachtree Mall shooting suspects; 1 in custody
Columbus police have now listed three suspects in connection with a deadly shooting at Peachtree Mall. Arrest warrants were obtained Wednesday for Tekoa Chantrell Young and Terell Raquez McFarland. We're told Young was arrested Thursday and transported to the Muscogee County Detention Center. She is scheduled to appear in court Friday morning at 9:00. Police have yet to locate McFarland. They consider him to be armed and dangerous. Xzavaien Jones was previously arrested in connection with the shooting on April 18th after turning himself in to police.

Washington, DC: Off-Duty DC Officer Shoots Man With Gun stealing Crab Legs from Giant store
The officer, Theodore Dyson, said he was standing beyond the cash register and checkout area in the Giant store Sunday morning. Dyson said he saw a man holding a large bag, which appeared to contain large items, and acting suspiciously. Dyson approached the man and found the bag contained two bags of crab legs, which had been taken from the store without payment. Dyson asked the man to follow him to the back of the store, but the man refused and drew a handgun, pointing it at the officer. Dyson drew his service weapon and fired once, striking the man, according to the report.

Halton Hills, Ontario: Woman assaults child, 4 others, in Walmart
A 39-year-old Ontario woman has been charged after five people were randomly assaulted at a Walmart store in Halton Hills on Sunday. Sgt. Barry Malciw, media relations for Halton police, said the woman allegedly went inside the Walmart, grabbed a six-year-old child by the hair, and threw the child to the ground. The child's face hit the ground and the impact dislodged a tooth. The woman allegedly went throughout the store and attacked four other people. He said the motivation behind the attacks is not known and police can confirm the woman had not been using alcohol or drugs.

Novi, MI: Drunken Mall mayhem: Police arrest man at Twelve Oaks
A drunken man who allegedly refused to leave the mall and was belligerent with police found himself in jail. The man and two of his friends were allegedly harassing employees and causing a disturbance at about 7:30 p.m., May 23, at Twelve Oaks Mall. Novi police were called and made contact with three subjects that mall security were following. Officers asked the men why they were causing problems and refusing to leave and one of the subjects immediately became loud and argumentative.

Houston, TX: SWAT Team shoots and kills Army veteran who began a shooting spree at a Car Wash; 1 killed, 2 Police Officers injured

Bakersfield, CA: At least 29 shootings, 14 dead in Bakersfield area past two months

Robberies and Thefts

Glendale, AZ: Robbers armed with Chemical Spray hit Tiffany and Helzberg Diamonds
Prior to a jewelry theft from a Glendale store, police officials believe the culprits may have targeted a Tucson jewelry store this weekend. Glendale police said three men walked into the Helzberg Diamonds jewelry store near 91st and Glendale avenues around 8:20 p.m. Saturday. An unknown chemical was sprayed, and the trio got away with an unknown quantity of merchandise. On Sunday, Glendale officials said the trio may be linked to a jewelry store robbery at a Tiffany and Co. store in Tucson that happened earlier Saturday.

UK: Swindon, England: Member of Romanian shoplifting gang walks from court
A Romanian man has avoided being sent to prison despite travelling from Coventry to Swindon with an organized gang to steal high value items from supermarkets. Adrian Vasile was charged with shoplifting to the value of $1,665 from Asda. Despite his involvement with an organized shoplifting gang and a previous caution for shoplifting earlier this year, the Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with a requirement to complete just 120 hours of unpaid work, reduced from 180 as a result of his guilty plea.

Miami Beach, FL: 7'1" All-Star High School Basketball player arrested for Armed Robbery and Credit Card Fraud

Chester, DE: Delaware Couple arrested following 14th area Robbery

Sylvan Lake, AB, CN: Arrest made in Armed Robbery of Shoppers Drug Mart

UK: England: Smash and Grab ATM theft from a Bank

New Zealand: Stirling Sports store the victim of a Smash and Grab, front of store destroyed


Vaughan, ON, CN: Over $1 Million in damages in Longo's Grocery Store Arson, 2 Juveniles in custody
Two youths are currently in police custody in connection with a fire deliberately set inside a grocery store in Vaughan Sunday night, York Regional Police have confirmed. Police said fire crews were called to a Longo's grocery store in a commercial plaza near Weston and Rutherford roads at 7:30 p.m. Smoke could be seen coming from the inside of the store when they arrived, police said. Everyone inside the grocery store at the time and occupants of several neighboring businesses were evacuated to allow firefighters to extinguish the blaze. The store remains closed. Damage is estimated at more than $1 million, police said. Security cameras within the grocery store captured two males lighting a bag of chips on fire and putting the burning bag back on a rack.

Lawrenceville, GA: Arsonists strike Grocery store 3 times this month

Utah's Frito Lay Distribution Center a 'total loss' after fire

El Paso, TX: Strip Mall destroyed by fire

Credit Card/ID Theft

Two Japanese men arrested in $12.7M massive ATM heist
Two Japanese men were arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing money from an ATM as part of the coordinated nationwide heist that netted over a billion yen a little more than two weeks ago. The theft on May 15 reportedly involved about 100 members of an international gang, each making a series of withdrawals from 1,400 ATMs around the country in less than three hours.

Danbury, CT: NY Women arrested after hitting AT&T and Children's Place for nearly $2000 with fraudulent credit card

Key Largo, FL: Florida man charged with 57 counts of credit card fraud

Naples, FL: Woman used a counterfeit credit card to purchase $800 worth of
Burger King gift cards

Counterfeit Goods

UK: Lincolnshire: Experts warn buying fake goods at Lincolnshire markets 'could be funding Terrorism'
It comes after Lincolnshire Trading Standards recently raided Ingoldmells' Eastgate Market and found a large quantity of counterfeit clothing and footwear. Officers are now warning that while the cheap prices may make it tempting, buying such goods could see your money end up in the hands of terrorists.

Skimming Alert

Cincinnati, OH: Skimmers being found at pumps at an Alarming Rate

Morton Grove, IL: Police recover a Skimming device found at a Mobile station


Billy's Country Store - Randolph County, AL - Robbery
Boost Mobile - Cleveland, OH - Robbery
Bravo - Long Island, NY - Burglary/ ATM
Brothers Food - New Orleans, LA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Colorado Springs, CO - Robbery
Circle K - Ambridge, PA - Armed Robbery
Citgo - Winston-Salem, NC - Shooting/ Employee injured
Dollar General - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Wichita, KS - Burglary
Dollar General - Garner, NC - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Helzberg Diamonds - Glendale, AZ - Armed Robbery/ Chemical Spray
Holiday Station - Fargo, ND - Robbery
High's - Mount Airy, MD - Armed Robbery
HY-Vee - Iowa City, IA - Robbery/ Assault
Jewelry Wholesale - Sumter County, SC - Armed Robbery
Kohl's - Madison, WI - Burglary
Rite Aid - Bristol, NH - Armed Robbery
Royal Foods - Kings County, CA - Armed Robbery
Schnucks - Spanish Lake, MO - Shooting
Sheetz - Robinson Township, PA - Robbery
Sooper Stop - Aberdeen, SD - Robbery
Subway - Jefferson, WI - Armed Robbery
Tiffany - Glendale, AZ - Armed Robbery/ Chemical Spray
Turkey Hill - Lebanon, PA - Robbery
Vape Store- Lancaster, OH - Burglary
Walgreens - Jersey City, NJ - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Wilmington, NC - Robbery
7-Eleven - Portsmouth, VA - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Chester, DE - Robbery
7-Eleven - Brick, NJ - Armed Robbery


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Handling the big question - Why did you leave? is the hardest of them all if, in fact, your departure was involuntary. Like Bum Phillips, the old Houston Oilers coach, once said at a luncheon I attended, "There's two types of coaches - those that have been fired and those who are waiting to be fired." And quit frankly he was almost dead-on as over 70% of executives will face involuntary departures from an employer during their career. The best position to take is one of absolute straightforwardness. Be open - be honest - and be reflective right from the beginning. But get it over quick and deal with it right at the beginning of the interview and don't make it a long-winded response. Certainly review it - rehearse it - make sure it answers the question. But get it out of the way and move on in your own mind. Look to the future and leave it behind you.

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