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Dedicated to Improving LP Operations through Technology

Matthew Sack, CEO of Best Security Industries (BSI) has always been fascinated with technology and how it could be used to improve business operations and solve problems. When Macy's recognized his technical savvy and recruited him to join the company nearly 30 years ago, he felt that his IT and Systems background could be an asset to Retail Loss Prevention. Sack was excited to see how new systems and technology could be used to define and combat shortage.

During his 12 year tenure with Macy's, he held a number of positions including Vice President of Administration, Director of Administration, Manager of Systems and Manager of Fraud. His primary focus was on developing and refining various technology applications and programs for the Loss Prevention, Risk Management and IT areas.

Upon leaving Macy's, Sack joined RuMe Corporation as its President and oversaw the growth of that company. At the time, RuME was best known for providing refurbished electronic article surveillance (EAS) systems and accessories. He also created a leading interactive training company providing patented e-learning to the safety, inventory and loss prevention industry.

As CEO of BSI and President/CEO of BSA, LLC, a rollup of companies from Blackford Capital and Convergent Capital, Sack still relies on those lessons learned in the early days of his career with Macy's. He strongly believes that technology and data analytics can help retailers define programs that can deliver more productive results for their companies. He holds customer service and relationships in the retail community to be one of a company's most valuable possessions and that by working together everyone comes out a winner.

Another cornerstone of the BSI operations is its certified, pre-owned EAS systems and accessories. Sack has built part of his company on helping retailers realize that their LP assets retain their value for many years and showing them ways to achieve an even greater ROI through reconditioned and refurbished solutions.

Under Sack's direction, BSI is committed to providing retailers with options for their loss prevention programs. In addition to offering certified, pre-owned EAS systems and accessories, the company also offers Private Label New EAS systems in both RF and AM frequencies, custom engineered IP Video solutions with analytics and a host of specialized services.

These specialized services include an express exchange or repair programs where retailers can send in detachers or deactivators to be repaired or replaced often times with a one day turn around. It offers a Depot program that will remove EAS systems and accessories from closed locations, refurbish them to original manufacturers' specifications and warehouse/depot the inventory until it is needed in new locations. BSI also will buy legacy EAS systems and components or accept trade-ins on new solutions.

Finally, keeping to his mantra of solving shrink problems through the use of technology, Sack and his team recently introduced their new BSI Connect family of services targeted toward curtailing ORC and other crimes against retailers.

BSI Cloud Connect is a new hosted video solution specifically designed for retail applications. BSI Notify entails a smart shelf application that can sense and alert on potential ORC activities such as shelf sweeping. BSI Tracking utilizes GPS based anti-theft tags to track and report on the location of expensive, high-end merchandise. And rounding out the series is BSI EAS Manager, a remote diagnostics and reporting tool.

By embracing technology, both new and old, BSI is dedicated to helping retailers improve their bottom line.

Stuart Rosenthal was promoted to Vice President of Sales
for Checkpoint-High - Theft Solutions

Stuart has been with Checkpoint/Alpha since 2010 and has held various positions including Senior Director of Sales. Business Development Director, and National Account Manager. In his new role Stuart will be leading the sales, marketing, customer service, as well as the field training and testing efforts for the high- theft product protection solutions. Stuart brings with him 25 years of previous Loss Prevention Management experience holding various positions as a District, Regional, and Director of Loss Prevention. Stuart earned his Bachelor's Degree in Business from the University of Georgia. Congratulations Stuart!
Mike Triesch was promoted to National Program Director - Loss Prevention for Nordstrom.
Mike started with Nordstrom in 1993 as a Region Investigations Manager and held various Loss Prevention Manager positions. He was promoted four years later to Region Loss Prevention Manager and a few months later he was a Divisional Loss Prevention Lead. He then worked for Sears Holdings Corporation as a Region Director of Loss Prevention before returning to Nordstrom. Mike then held positions for Nordstrom as a Regional Loss Prevention Manager for the San Diego/Mountain region, National Investigations Manager and Regional Loss Prevention Manager for the Northwest and his most recent position as  Divisional Loss Prevention Manager - West. Congratulations Mike!
Jason Vegas was named Corporate Asset Protection Manager for AT&T Connect Wireless.
Jason was previously the Asset and Profit Protection Manager for Sears Holdings Corporation for over five years before taking this new role. He has held numerous loss prevention positions for such retailers as Follet Higher Education Group as Loss Prevention Manager, Saks Fifth Avenue as District LP Manager, Gap Inc as Flagship LP Manager, and Macy's as Manager of Investigations and Regional LP Investigator. Congratulations Jason!


More Important Than Ever - Leaders Sharing Their Programs
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Active Shooters - Social Unrest - Social Media's Impact - Digital & Mobile Fraud - Technology's Impact

For the fourth consecutive year the D&D Daily team is bringing the industry the NRF Protect sessions and leaders live and real-time. Covering the topics that are impacting the industry and our nation the Loss Prevention leaders that are covering these topics for attendees will be also be sharing their sessions in exclusive LPNN episodes.

Never before have we as an industry or as a nation ever faced such traumatic events and now is the time that each one of us must be prepared and ready to respond and help our stores, associates and customers. These sessions are perfect opportunities to share with the Loss Prevention teams in America. As hearing how other teams and leaders are focused on these issues and responding adds incredible value to what each one of you are focused on right now.

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G4S Security issues statement: Orlando Gunman Omar Mateen had been employed with the firm since 2007
Security company G4S released a statement saying that Orlando, Fla., nightclub gunman Omar Mateen had worked for them for several years. "We are shocked and saddened by the tragic event that occurred at the Orlando nightclub," the statement said . "We can confirm that Omar Mateen had been employed with G4S since September 10, 2007. We are cooperating fully with all law enforcement authorities, including the FBI, as they conduct their investigation. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the friends, families and people affected by this unspeakable tragedy."-Braden Goyette. Editor's Note: FBI Profilers indicate that persons employed in the Security industry are in the Top 5 elements of a Serial Killer. latimes.com

Orlando shooting wipes $283 Million off value of G4S
The Orlando shooting carried out by an employee of security firm G4S has wiped $283 million off the value of the company. When trading opened in London on Monday, shares in G4S lost 6.6 percent to hit their lowest level since 2009. Omar Mateen, 29, an armed security officer for the firm had undergone company screening as recently as 2013 with "no findings." The incident could cause yet more damage to G4S after a long line of issues which included not providing enough guards for the London Olympics. They were also involved in a prison tagging fiasco and took a 65 million pound charge on loss-making British government contracts. itv.com

Law Enforcement on High Alert in Some Locations After Orlando Shooting
Law enforcement is on high alert in some areas of the country as a result of the mass shooting at a gay nightclub on Sunday morning. The shooting at Pulse Orlando, located at 1912 South Orange Avenue, killed 50 people and wounded 53 others. Certain streets in the surrounding area were still in shut-down Sunday afternoon as police continued their investigation.

Over at The Mall at Millenia, a Macy's sales associate said there was an increased presence of local police at the mall's entrances. This person said the mall is about five miles from where the shooting occurred.

In addition, according to the Orlando Sentinel, the area's tourist attractions were on "high alert," with Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld putting up metal detectors at their gates.

Further afield, the New York Police Department said it is "closely monitoring" the developments in Orlando, and said it is in contact with the local law enforcement authorities in Florida, as well as with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The NYPD said it has placed its Patrol and Counter-terrorism resources as well as other personnel, such as its emergency services unit, "on alert pending further information." It also plans an increased police presence at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender institutions and other venues, not just in Manhattan, but also in the outer boroughs.

In Los Angeles, the L.A. County Sheriff's deputies also were on high alert at the L.A. Pride parade in West Hollywood Sunday, although no changes had been made to its tactical planning since additional security had already been planned for the event. wwd.com

Walmart Canada to stop accepting Visa cards due to 'unacceptably high' fees
- 6 in 10 customers potentially impacted

Walmart says it intends to join the list of retailers in Canada that don't accept Visa cards, citing high fees for transactions. It's a move one retail analyst has said will cause "pain on all sides." All credit cards charge fees to retailers, which generally are between one per cent and 2.5 per cent of the cost what's being sold. The fees vary depending on the type of card the customer is using - cash-back and premium cards generally have higher fees - and the type of retailer they're shopping at. Walmart Canada quietly made the announcement on Saturday that it would gradually stop accepting Visa cards at all of its locations, citing "unacceptably high" fees. But a statement from Visa said the credit card company offers "one of the lowest rates available to any merchant in the country."

Consumer finance industry newsletter Nilson Report says that Visa made up 56 per cent of credit card transactions globally in 2015, and Walmart Stores Inc., Walmart Canada's parent company, is widely reported to be the world's largest retailer. "At the end of the day, when we strip everything out of the debate, we're dealing with the potential that six out of ten customers will come into a Walmart store and be disappointed that they can't use their credit card," Stephens said. cbc.ca

Profitect to Present With Abercrombie & Fitch and Ahold USA at NRF PROTECT 2016 Conference and EXPO
Profitect Inc., the leading prescriptive analytics provider for the retail industry, today announced CEO Guy Yehiav will lead a session at the NRF PROTECT 2016 Conference and EXPO in Philadelphia. The panel discussion titled, "Research Indicates Prescriptive Analytics is Replacing Exception-Based Reporting (EBR)," takes place on Wednesday, June 15 and includes Profitect customers Aaron Winkel, Asset Protection Analyst at Abercrombie & Fitch, and Nick Menges, Asset Protection Specialist at Ahold USA. marketwired.com

Why is Target Dropping Curbside Pickup?
Target is ending its pilot of curbside pickup, in conjunction with the third-party Curbside service, at more than 100 stores. Why would Target decide to end its foray into a service that major chains including Walmart, CVS and BJ's Wholesale Club are still actively exploring? The retailer isn't saying much, but here are a few thoughts.

First, while curbside pickup is convenient for consumers, it is not as beneficial to retailers. Successfully executing curbside pickup may require dedicating areas of the parking lot and/or store entrance, which could disrupt the flow of traffic to and from the store. It also requires store associates to go outside and complete transactions. Each individual trip to a customer's vehicle may only take a minute or two, but those minutes can add up if the service is popular. chainstoreage.com

Political fears are depressing U.S. hiring and expansion plans
U.S. companies have drastically dialed back their expansion plans -- and many are blaming rising political risk for their more guarded stance. The executives anticipate capital spending growth of an anemic 1.1% over the next 12 months, which is not even enough to keep pace with inflation. That's down by half from March and represents a big deceleration from anticipated growth of 5.8% a year ago. It's a sobering forecast that signals diminished confidence in Corporate America. Robust corporate spending has been a critical missing link during the recovery from the Great Recession.

Of course, the upcoming election is hardly the only reason why companies are cutting spending. Other major concerns cited include economic uncertainty, difficulty in attracting qualified employees and weak demand for their products.

CFOs were asked to list up to five political question marks causing their companies to become more cautious. The most popular response was the upcoming election, with 61% of respondents listing it as a concern. Other popular political uncertainties include Washington gridlock or dysfunction (54%), proposed regulations (45%), minimum wage (32%) and tax reform (28%). cnn.com

Blighted Cities a Boon to Dollar Stores
In an analysis by WWD of retailers located within the EIG's most distressed communities, the only retail brands operating within the city limits of these communities are dollar and drug stores. The analysis found a virtual blight of fashion apparel, department store and food retailers. For example, within the city limits of the top five most distressed cities, WWD found a total of 43 Family Dollar and Dollar General stores and two Wal-Marts. And between all of these cities, there was just one Sears and two Targets operating. This compares to the most prosperous cities where the breadth of retail offerings was broader with dollar stores, mass retailers, discounters and department stores all operating within city limits. wwd.com

The Love of the Deal
Consumers have adapted to off-price shopping
- And full-line retailers are responding

Ever more goods at ever-lower prices - combined with an empowered consumer who demands what she wants, when she wants it, at the price she wants to pay for it - has left many brands and retailers seeking new attention-grabbing "deals." Macy's has its new Backstage concept. There's now Find @ Lord & Taylor and Off/Aisle by Kohl's. Bloomingdale's has nearly 20 outlet stores, Nordstrom Rack has its sights set on 300 locations by 2020 and Ross Stores, The TJX Companies and Burlington Coat Factory are all projected to see 6 to 8 percent growth over the next five years, according to Moody's. nrf.com

Gun stocks soar following Orlando shooting

Walmart sells more than Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, combined

Supervalu files amendment for possible spin-off

Microsoft to acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

Australia: Retail theft on the rise, thanks to DIY Checkouts

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Tampa Man gets 4- year prison sentence for Credit Card Fraud

The PayPal Global Asset Protection Investigations team assisted the Department of Homeland Security with their investigation into the activities of an a Tampa man who was charged with credit card fraud. The investigation showed the accused used counterfeit credit cards to buy himself loads of expensive goods from a number of different high end retailers in the US.

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Robots are infiltrating retail
More shoppers are moving online to purchase their goods, but brick-and-mortar stores still rule. New data from the U.S. Department of Commerce reveals that 93% of all U.S. retail sales come from these physical stores. As wages rise, retailers are trying to increase their margins by replacing workers with robots. The novelty factor of these robots could drive more foot traffic to these stores, especially if the robots improve customer service.

And these robots have already started to infiltrate some retailers. Lowe's has been developing OSHbot, a customer service robot that speaks multiple languages and helps shoppers find items, and testing this bot in its Orchard Supply Hardware subsidiary.

Best Buy has begun using Chloe, a robot that retrieves products that customers request from a kiosk.

And Target recently began a trial of Tally, a robot that travels through aisles and takes inventory.

Warehouses have also started to use robots connected to the Internet to transport goods. Citi estimates that Amazon has 30,000 robots in use in 13 warehouses.

The next natural step is for robots to actually deliver products right to customers' homes. Skype's co-founders have created Starship, a small robot that independently maneuvers through sidewalks at approximately four miles per hour and can carry up to 20 pounds. The company has tested Starship in 20 cities in the U.S. and Europe, according to Bloomberg.

Domino's has also been testing a similar robot called DRU (Domino's Robotics Unit) that can keep pizza hot and drinks cold while it delivers them.

The widespread integration of robots into all parts of the retail experience is just one piece of the IoT Revolution that is picking up speed. And when it does, it will change how we live, work, travel, entertain, and more. businessinsider.com

At Western Firms Like Adidas,
Rise of the Machines Is Fueled by Higher Asia Wages

The move to manufacture closer to customers is becoming more popular with companies facing rising labor and transportation costs - coupled with worker shortages - in much of the developing world. In addition, consumers want new styles of shoes and unique electronics and they want them quickly - forcing global brands to rethink how they make their goods.

The opening of Adidas AG 's first factory in Germany in more than 30 years is one of the most visible examples of global brands bringing manufacturing home because of rising labor costs in Asia. Nike Inc. said it has begun working with contract manufacturer Flex on technology that will allow it to make shoes closer to its major markets. Apple Inc. has expanded production of its Mac computers in the U.S. wsj.com

Scientists expose security flaws in drones
In an attempt to drive home the point to drone manufacturers that security should not be an afterthought, researchers at Johns Hopkins University demonstrated how they could use a laptop to easily take down a commercially available drone. In one of the scenarios, they used a laptop to send thousands of processing requests to the drone, overwhelming the processor and causing the drone to crash. In so doing, they demonstrated how someone who wanted to hijack a drone could easily do so - their tests were conducted on a popular drone sold in retail stores. fiercewireless.com

31% of consumers have security concerns about retailer shopping apps

Taco Bell's TacoBot has retailers watching



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The Ultimate High-End Retail Loss Prevention

Scott Barefoot, AVP, Security, Health & Safety & E-Commerce Fraud Prevention, Richemont

Hear from Scott Barefoot, Assistant Vice President, Security, Health & Safety & e-Commerce Fraud Prevention at Richemont, an $11 billion worldwide retailer with over 19 high-end luxury brands from Cartier to Montblonc. From guarding against the infamous "Pink Panthers" gang to delivering jewels to Hollywood celebrities, this retailer protects the best of the best. Scott tells us how they do it and how they deliver LP services to the world's elite where the expectations are high and the risk even higher.

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Online Fraud Detection Spend to Hit $9.2bn By 2020
As Fraudsters Target Mobile Transactions

A new study from Juniper Research has found that eCommerce merchants and financial institutions will be investing heavily in online fraud detection solutions over the next five years, with annual spending reaching $9.2 billion by 2020, up by 30% on current levels.

According to the research, fraudsters now perceive mobile payment channels to be particularly vulnerable (and therefore attractive targets) as many organisations have yet to apply the same levels of protection to mobile as they have to desktop transactions.

"Digital security companies regard the mitigation of mobile fraud as a key revenue generator in the medium term," claimed report author Gareth Owen. He argued that this was driving the development and implementation of advanced biometric authentication technologies which the companies claim can make mobile purchases as secure as any other web-based transactions.

In a survey of fraud detection solutions, the study, 'Online Payment Fraud: Key Vertical Strategies and Management 2016-2020' found that the leading solution vendors were now capable of reducing fraud levels down to less than 0.1% of transaction values in some key eCommerce verticals. juniperresearch.com

Study: The ins and outs of online shopping
According to the Walker Sands 2016 Future of Retail Study, based on a survey of more than 1,400 U.S. respondents, most consumers shop online with some level of frequency. Forty percent shop online once or more a month, 21% one- to two-times a week, and 7% three or more times a week. This means that about two-thirds (68%) shop online at least monthly, while only 4% shop online one- to three-times a year.

For retailers who want to encourage more e-commerce activity, top enticements to shop online include free shipping (88%), one-day shipping (69%), free returns/exchanges (68%), easier online returns (58%) and same-day shipping (49%). retailingtoday.com

Amazon Payments: Pros, Cons for Ecommerce Merchants
Merchants that offer "Pay with Amazon" may lower cart abandonment rates among Amazon customers, in addition to providing a layer of payment fraud protection, especially for international orders. The main downsides to merchants are customer service (i.e., customers have to interact with Amazon if there is a decline) and administrative hoops to set up the service. practicalecommerce.com


UPDATE: Hampton Roads, VA: Robbers stole $384K worth of smartphones from AT&T stores
A stick-up crew stole about $384,000 worth of smart phones and tablets earlier this year from three AT&T stores in Hampton Roads, according to federal investigators. And they think they also tried to rob a fourth. The scope of the robbery scheme - which targeted iPhones, iPads, and Samsung Galaxy phones - was made public last week in court documents. Police have charged three men in Newport News General District Court: Breon Berry, 25; Brice Keeling, 23; and Corey Holmes, 26. Kendrick Perry, 23, is charged in U.S. District Court in Norfolk. Thursday in the federal case against Perry link the crew to two robberies on Feb. 25 and April 7 in Virginia Beach, another on Feb. 9 in Newport News and an attempted robbery on April 2 in Suffolk. The haul included about 442 smartphones and tablets. pilotonline.com

Toledo, OH: Kroger and Meijer team up with Toledo area Law Enforcement to bring down ORC scheme
The Ohio Investigative Unit issued numerous civil citations while at the scene during the search warrant. Criminal charges against individuals who have purchased stolen merchandise, which also included bottles of liquor, cartons of cigarettes, and various packages of meat, will be filed in the next several weeks, according to Det Ryan Spangler. "They'll be criminally charged with receiving stolen property," he said, "a first degree misdemeanor." All charges will be filed in Toledo Municipal Court later this month. Those buying the items were aware they were stolen, he said, though undercover agents usually don't come right out and say they are "hot." Product for the investigation was supplied by the Organized Retail Crime units from Kroger and Meijer, according to Spangler. The support and cooperation from the units is crucial in assisting law enforcement agencies in conducting these styles of investigations, where stolen produce from their retail stores is being sold to fencing operations at a significantly lower price. "Kroger and Meijer are the ones that are taking the large losses on the product that's getting shoplifted. So they find it extremely beneficial to assist law enforcement in these styles of investigations to supply the product to take down the fencing operation where all their stolen products are going to," he said. The liquor and cartons of cigarettes came from the Ohio Department of Taxation. presspublications.com

Long Island, NY: Man banned from Roosevelt Field steals
$10,000 in merchandise

A Hempstead man previously banned from Roosevelt Field mall for theft was arrested Friday at the shopping center has been charged with stealing more than $10,000 worth of goods from several stores over a 10-day period. On May 29, Henry Cabezas, 50, of Beverly Road, removed merchandise totaling $6,000 from the Perfume Point kiosk inside the Garden City mall. newsday.com

Lebanon, NH: Couple sought in Walmart robbery; Store robbed twice in four days
Police in Lebanon are asking for the public's help in identifying two people who they say stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from a Walmart. Officers said a man and a woman filled a shopping cart on May 28 and left the store in West Lebanon without paying. Four days later, on June 1, they said the same couple loaded a cart with $650 worth of items and again left without paying. The couple allegedly fled the store in a Nissan Altima after a store employee asked to see a sales receipt. wmur.com

Santa Fe, NM: Four arrested for Theft at Albertson's and Walmart;
pulled Pellet Gun on LP

Santa Fe police arrested a quartet of people suspected of stealing merchandise from both an Albertsons and the Wal-Mart Supercenter Sunday morning. Though police initially thought the suspects were armed with a deadly weapon, officers recovered only a pellet gun from one of the suspects at the scene of the arrest. santafenewmexican.com

Hasbrouck Heights, NJ: Woman Had Infant Grandson With Her When She Shoplifted $700 of merchandise from Lord & Taylor

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Shootings and Deaths

Baltimore, MD: Daughter charged in mother's stabbing death
at Eastpoint Mall

A 29-year-old woman is charged with killing her mother in the Eastpoint Mall parking lot Saturday, Baltimore County Police said. Crystal Marie Wagner, has been charged with one count of first-degree murder in the death of Malia Delores Wagner, 60. The daughter is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. The two women went to the mall Saturday afternoon, police said. Crystal Marie Wagner stabbed her mother multiple times on the way out as the two neared her mother's car, parked in covered area near JCPenney, police said. Police said Crystal Marie Wagner then got in her mother's car and drove away. Police said Saturday they reviewed video footage of the attack. baltimoresun.com

New Windsor, NY: Man Stabbed to Death Inside ShopRite Supermarket
Police have arrested a suspect following a fatal stabbing inside an upstate New York supermarket. New Windsor Town Police Sgt. Stephen Sager said in a release that 35-year-old Andrew Goodenough was arrested inside a ShopRite supermarket Saturday morning. He's facing a second-degree murder charge. Police say they found a 35-year-old man stabbed and unconscious inside the store at about 9:40 a.m. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Goodenough was arrested about an hour later. Police are investigating a motive. abcnews.go.com

Savannah, GA: Teen wanted in Savannah Mall parking lot robbery, shooting turns himself in
The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department says the teen suspect wanted in connection with a robbery and shooting in the Savannah Mall parking lot on June 10, has turned himself in. SCMPD obtained warrants for the arrest of Jerry Chambers, 16, suspected of the robbery and shooting that happened in the mall's parking lot near the Texas Roadhouse restaurant Friday morning, that left Marie Cochran, 63, with serious injuries. Cochran was reportedly shot when she fought back during the robbery attempt. wtvm.com

Randfontein, South Africa: Deadly Armed Robbery at Shoprite leaves two dead
A hostage drama turned into a bloody shoot-out between the police and suspected robbers which left two dead. The armed robbers died on the exchange of fire between them and the police at Shoprite store in Randfontein, on the West Rand. This after staff members and clients of the store in the Randfontein CBD were allegedly held hostage by a group of six armed men on Friday night. rondfonteinherald.co.za

St Paul, MN: Man shot and killed outside an O'Reilly Auto Parts store Sunday night, Police investigation is ongoing

Robberies and Thefts

Dothan, AL: Dollar General Armed Robber had prior for Shooting a Dothan Police Officer in 1989
A Dothan man who already served time in prison for shooting a Dothan police officer and robbery now faces another felony charge involving the recent robbery of a local Dollar General store. Parvin Bolden, 54, of Stough Street, was arrested Thursday and charged with first-degree robbery. Dothan Police Capt. Will Benny said police charged Bolden with the June 4 armed robbery of the Dollar General. dothaneagle.com

Boston, MA: ICE HSI, partners arrest 66 Massachusetts gang members on gun and drug charges
Sixty-six alleged gang members from the Boston metropolitan area were indicted in federal court Thursday on multiple charges related to conspiracy to commit murder and fueling a gun and drug pipeline across eastern Massachusetts. More than 400 federal, state and local law enforcement officers carried out the arrests of numerous leaders, members, and associates of the 18th Street Gang, the East Side Money Gang and the Boylston Gang. These individuals operated primarily in East Boston, Chelsea, Brockton, Malden, Revere and Everett. Additional individuals were taken into custody on federal immigration violations. During the course of the investigation, more than 70 firearms were seized. ice.gov

UPDATE: Louisville, KY: Arrest made in theft of nearly $44K in meat
A man has been arrested in the theft of nearly $44,000 worth of meat from J.B. Swift Co. in Louisville. Media outlets report an arrest citation released Thursday says 54-year-old Previn Sanford is accused of stealing nine pallets of meat on April 23. wtvq.com

Shoplifter flees, Dayton Beach Police Chief buys groceries for family left behind
Travis Randall tried to walk out of Walmart on Friday without paying for baby formula. When he was stopped, he dropped the items and sprinted away. He left his girlfriend's children behind - ages 13, 11 and 11 months. They started walking the 2 miles home. Hearing what happened, Police Chief Mike Chitwood drove to Walmart and paid for the $140 in baby formula. He also bought bread, milk, cheese, eggs, juice - and some popsicles for the kids. news-journalonline.com

Springfield, MA: T-Mobile Armed Robbers force staff to Back Room; fled with phones and cash

Goshen, IN: 4th MC Sports robbery suspects pleads guilty to Armed Robbery and conspiracy

Niles, OH: Man charged with 13 Armed Robberies of Convenience stores pleads Guilty, sentenced to 23 to 50 years

UK: 55% increase in Shoplifting in Welwyn Garden City: Police launching 'Stop Watch'

Zale in the Bay City Mall, Bay City, MI reported a Distraction Theft on 6/6, merchandise valued at $969

Kay Jewelers in the Triangle Town Center, Raleigh, NC reported an Armed Robbery on 6/11, cash and check totaling $1,100

Kay Jewelers in the Merritt Square Mall, Merritt Island, FL reported a Grab And Run on 6/11, merchandise valued at $535


Paducah, KY: Cracker Barrel construction site fire likely Arson
A Saturday morning fire heavily damaged the front portion a Cracker Barrel under construction near Mayfield, according to the Graves County Sheriff's Office. Graves County deputies are calling the fire suspicious and are investing alongside the Kentucky State Fire Marshal's office. It started around 1:30 a.m. Firefighters were able to contain the damage to the front porch area of the restaurant. Cracker Barrel's Director of Corporate Communications Janella Escobar says they're glad no one was hurt and are definitely still opening. wpsdlocal6.com

Credit Card Fraud

Concord, NH: Several people arrested as part of what police say was a fraud ring to make fake credit cards to get cash
Police in Concord and Nashua arrested three women and one man in connection with the fraud ring. They said the four suspects are from Florida but were operating from the Merrimack hotel for about a week. wmur.com

Minooka, IL: 10 known Credit Card Fruad cases under investigation; all hit in last 9 days

Skimming Alert

Fredericton, NB, CN: Skimming device found on bank machine outside Farmers Market

Big Hollow - Peoria, IL - Armed Robbery
Bucky's - Omaha, NE - Armed Robbery
Burger King - Colchester, VT - Armed Robbery
Cenex - Grand Forks, ND - Burglary
Circle K - Erie, PA - Armed Robbery
Circle K - Wichita, KS - Armed Robbery
Crazy Pappa's - Manatee County, FL - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Youngstown, OH - Robbery
Express Lane - Lynchburg, VA - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Omaha, NE - Robbery/ Assault
Food Fast - Tyler, TX - Armed Robbery
Jasco - Jackson, MS - Burglary
• Kay Jewelers - Raleigh, NC - Armed Robbery
Marsh - Bloomington, IN - Robbery
Papa John's - Raleigh, NC - Burglary
Phillips 66 - Fort Wayne, IN - Armed Robbery
Rite Aid - Middletown, PA - Robbery
Simon's - Winooski, VT - Armed Robbery
Stripes - Corpus Christi, TX - Armed Robbery
T-Mobile - Springfield, MA - Armed Robbery
Valero - Kyle, TX - Armed Robbery/ clerk shot
Wagner's Meat - New Orleans, LA - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Albemarle County, FL - Armed Robbery


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Company Confidential Director of Global Security
The Sr. Director of Global Security will oversee the company's executive protection program, the security of the company's home office and international operations as well as certain investigations in the home and international offices. A minimum of 15 years experience in executive protection and/or corporate security with international security experience. Experience managing teams of people and administering a budget. Previous military or law enforcement experience is a plus. Proven ability to partner with local, state, federal, and international law enforcement. 

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Rocky Mount, NC

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Regional Loss Prevention Director
Denver, CO

CarMax is looking for a Regional Loss Prevention Director (RLPD) to lead and direct all asset protection operations in our new Denver Region. The RLPD is directly responsible for all facets of CarMax's LP program in the region, including: Developing and driving CarMax's LP strategy in conjunction with the rest of the LP team...


Regional Loss Prevention Director
Baltimore, MD

CarMax is looking for a Regional Loss Prevention Director (RLPD) to lead and direct all asset protection operations in our new Baltimore Region. The RLPD is directly responsible for all facets of CarMax's LP program in the region, including: Developing and driving CarMax's LP strategy in conjunction with the rest of the LP team... 
Sr. Mgr, Safety & Retail (Non-Industrial)
Jacksonville, FL
The Sr. Manager, Safety & Retail Environmental Health (Non-Industrial) is responsible for developing, implementing and managing comprehensive safety programs designed to minimize the frequency and severity of accidents, while complying with applicable regulatory requirements...
  Asset Protection Specialist
South Carolina
The specialist, asset protection, will oversee the protection of company assets within an assigned group of stores. This position will execute the asset protection program designed to minimize inventory shrink, workers compensation claims, general liability claims, cash loss and bad checks...

Loss Prevention Specialist
Riverside, CA
The Loss Prevention Specialist has thorough knowledge of Ascena Retail Group, Inc. security, life safety, and operational procedures. Performs duties as a floor officer and acts as a deterrent to theft and providing life safety...

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