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Over $24,000 in LPC Scholarship Drawings at the 2017 NRF Protect Conference

The upcoming NRF Protect Conference being held in Washington, D.C., June 26th-28th, will feature several chances to win an LPC Scholarship!

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The Zellman Group's Annual Sports Memorabilia Auction
Benefits National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

Don't forget to visit The Zellman Group's annual sports memorabilia auction at this year's NRF PROTECT! All proceeds go to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

This year we are auctioning off signed Kevin Durant authentic Golden State Warriors jersey, signed John Elway authentic helmet, signed Mike Tyson boxing glove, and many more. Come find us at booth 601 and learn more about The Zellman Group at www.zellmangroup.com.

Checkpoint Announces 2 Solutions for Protecting Boxed Retail Store Merchandise
Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) and RFID solutions for the retail industry, today announced StrapLok, a high-theft alarming solution designed to attach directly to existing nylon straps on boxed merchandise, and Bug Tag 2 for the protection of six-sided packaged goods, tablets and display merchandise. businesswire.com

New Wave of 'Low-Tech' Terrorism
A 'Mental Rehearsal' Could Save Your Employee & Customers' Lives

The usual suspects, like the difficulty that law enforcement agencies still have in sharing critical homeland security data and the mistrust of some communities, along with the ease with which terror groups can recruit, continues to make stopping "low-tech" terror a difficult proposition.

A new wave of terror, a more low-tech version such as guns, knives and vehicles, has become the common threat and so difficult to prevent. There is often no network of affiliates and the perpetrator is often acting alone, having been radicalized locally, perhaps via the Internet.

Collection of intelligence is the best way to try to prevent this type of attack, which is the most likely in the United States, but it is still fraught with difficulties.

"The way that's being tried now, the collection of intelligence of potential threats, is our best hope, but the problem is developing those effective relationships and that trust in communities; will they come forward with information?" said Bill Sullivan, assistant professor of Homeland Security at Eastern Kentucky University and a former major with the Kentucky State Police.

He said also that the information is still in silos, making it even more difficult to share even with the intent to do so. "Everyone has their own database that they push and they really aren't connected."
There are things that can be done to protect against new threats like the vehicle. Sullivan said constructing barriers, such as giant planters or trees that can protect pedestrians is a strategy.

One key that needs to be discussed is the personal responsibility of having situational awareness. Sullivan said hesitation or lack of awareness, such as being glued to a phone, can get people killed.

People should be aware of their surroundings, what the possible dangers could be and do a "mental rehearsal" of a plan in case of the worst-case scenario like being in a movie theater and confronting an active shooter situation. Having that situational awareness and that mental plan of what my actions are going to be is going to decrease or eliminate the hesitation, and the hesitation is quite often what ends up getting you killed." govtech.com

Retailers to Lose $71 Billion in CNP Fraud Over the Next Five Years
EMV Shift - 3DS 2.0 Delay - Click-and-Collect Fraud

New data from Juniper Research has found that retailers stand to lose $71 billion globally from fraudulent CNP (Card-Not-Present) transactions over the next five years. The research found that a number of factors, such as the USA's shift to EMV cards, delays in 3DS 2.0 (3D-Secure) and click-and-collect fraud were key drivers behind the rise.

Juniper's latest research, Online Payment Fraud: Emerging Threats, Key Vertical Strategies & Market Forecasts 2017-2022 found that many merchants still perceive combatting fraud as too expensive. Consequently, they have been ill-prepared to deal with the shift to online fraud following the introduction of EMV (CHIP and signature) payment cards in the USA.

Nevertheless, Juniper's cost analysis of FDP (fraud detection and prevention) solutions found that in most instances, merchants would receive value from their investment. The analyst house therefore urged players across the value chain to increase their efforts in educating merchants on the benefits of FDP.

Additionally, the research forecast that fraudulent CNP physical goods sales will reach $14.8 billion annually in 2022. It argued that click-and-collect services were particularly vulnerable given the lack of a residential delivery address. Meanwhile, retailers are reluctant to impose rigorous ID checks on pick-up for fear of damaging the consumer experience and reducing conversion rates.

The research predicted that three key battlegrounds would emerge in the fight against fraud in 2018. It cited machine learning as a key tool in identifying genuine users, while the shift to mobile eCommerce would rely on 3DS 2.0 and biometrics. prnewswire.com
 
Pressure on HBC to Sell Manhattan's Flagship Saks Fifth Ave Property & More
After taking a 4.3% stake in retail holding company Hudson's Bay, the hedge fund Land & Buildings Investment Management pressed the retailer's board of directors in a letter Monday to "aggressively" monetize its real estate portfolio. Land & Buildings founder and Chief Information Officer Jonathan Litt, who signed the letter, proposed Hudson's Bay sell its "crown jewels" - among them its Saks Fifth Avenue store property on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue.

It "is likely one of the most valuable locations not only in Manhattan, but in the United States." More provocatively, Litt posed the question: "Is the best use of this location truly a department store?" (Hudson's Bay did not respond to a request for comment.)

Litt also suggested that selling off Hudson's Bay's real estate - which for the retailer could mean losing control and occupancy of some of its most prized and profitable stores - could help fund a transaction to take the company private.

In a press release Monday, Hudson's Bay acknowledged it had received and was reviewing the letter and "will respond in due course." retaildive.com

Whole Foods CEO hints at another brand under Amazon
After Amazon.com Inc completes its takeover of high-end grocer Whole Foods Market Inc, it might launch another brand with different standards, the grocery chain's chief executive said in remarks reported in a securities filing on Monday.

Amazon plans to keep the natural grocer's high standards, Whole Foods Chief Executive John Mackey said, adding, "They're not stupid enough to go change that." The filing contained a transcript of a town hall meeting for Whole Foods employees.

But Mackey, at the Friday town hall, said, "Over time, there could be other formats that evolve that - that might - wouldn't be branded Whole Foods Market, potentially, wouldn't be our standards." reuters.com

Amazon's Whole Foods Buy Unlikely To Face Antitrust Hurdles
Despite public criticism that Amazon was already too powerful before its push further into brick-and-mortar retail with the acquisition of Whole Foods, the $13.7 billion planned acquisition is unlikely to face a government antitrust challenge given their limited head-to-head competition.

The head of think tank New America's Open Markets Program, Barry Lynn, called on the government to block the merger and investigate Amazon for anti-competitive practices. Lynn warned that the company "already dominates every corner of online commerce [and] wields vastly too much power over America's markets for books and music." law360.com

Aeropostale Sues Purchasers Over $1.3M Vendor Deposit
Clothing retailer Aeropostale on Friday told a New York bankruptcy court the companies it retained to sell off its inventory are violating their contract by failing to return a $1.3 million vendor deposit.

Aeropostale filed an adversary proceeding against retail store liquidators Gordon Brothers Retail Partners LLC and Hilco Merchant Resources LLC, saying they breached a 2016 asset sale agreement by failing to return a deposit Aeropostale put down on a shipment of goods Gordon Brothers and Hilco had ultimately purchased. law360.com

Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA)
Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Global Security Conference

THE TRANSPORTED Asset Protection Association (TAPA) will mark its 20th anniversary with its biggest-ever global conference to consider how new technologies, changing consumer demands and the responses of manufacturers and logistics service providers will impact on the future of supply chain security.

The two-day event in London on 25-26 October, 2017 is expected to attract around 500 supply chain security professionals. Delegates will hear how the increased use of technologies in the supply chain such as robotics in warehouses, driverless trucks, drones and 3D printing are expected to result in a growing threat from increasingly technically-advanced criminal gangs that continue to see goods in transit as an "easy target". impactpub.com

Security Systems News '20 Under 40' Awards
Deadline for nominations is next Friday, June 30

Security Systems News is seeking the best and brightest young professionals in the security industry for its annual "20 under 40" awards. To be eligible, nominees must have been born in 1977 or later and work at an integration firm, alarm installation company, central monitoring center or in a professional security role for an end user. Click here to make your nomination! Hurry, the deadline is next Friday, June 30.

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Free consultation services at NRF Protect

Will you be at NRF Protect this year? If so, take the opportunity to meet with Patrik Pettersson, Professional Services Manager for Axis Communications. He will be at the show offering free, 20-minute consultations in booth #901 to discuss anything specific to your surveillance solution!

• Having challenges with integrating your systems?
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It's not just about plug and play anymore. Network surveillance systems continue to grow in complexity and managing all the various components is difficult. Axis Professional Services has subject matter experts with years of experience to help you stay scalable and meet the demands of tomorrow.

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Incident Response is Like Investigating a Burglary
Find out what is necessary as you respond to a breach

Incident response is like investigating a real burglary. You look for evidence of the intruder at the crime scene, find his targets and his getaway car, and repair any holes. Discover any cuts in your chain link fence. Take a few steps back for more perspective. Find the intruder's targets. What assets are near the compromised fence? Investigate in both directions to find the intruder's target and getaway car. Fix the fence. Resolve any issues and patch vulnerabilities.

Most common incident response problems
Very few incident response investigations go 100 percent smoothly. Some of the most common problems include the incident response/security staff are not adequately trained to handle breaches or the organization is "shellshock" or in paralysis. Incident response teams are some time without the right organizational representation and lack network or resource visibility. There can also be insufficient skills or tools to perform packet-based network forensics and no process in place to identify and store "suspicious" packets for later investigation.

... if your team isn't well prepared, support them!
Understand and accept that breaches will happen. Conduct regular tabletop exercises. Do scenario-based walkthroughs every quarter and allocate budget toward IR and detection.

Solve organizational "shock"
Don't let shock paralyze the organization when a breach is discovered. Have an action plan ready, and focus on mitigating and resolving the breach. Maintain internal communication is key - keep all IT security staff and other stakeholders informed.

Make sure your IR team includes:
Make sure your incident response team includes members of the following departments: HR, PR, Legal, Administration, IT and IT security, corporate security and senior management. Don't leave any teams out in the cold. Consistent communication and sharing of expertise are critical.

Representation of organizational footprint
Get an accurate representation of your digital enterprise now! A network map should include entry points, exit points, etc. Ensure that IT has the tools it needs. Ensure that IT security has the tools it needs.

Perform network and packet forensics
Security analysts are good at correlating events over short periods, as long as data is available. Now we need to become better at correlating events over long periods of time, which is how long it takes most breaches to be discovered. Have experts on speed dial. Have tools that can store "suspicious" packets for long periods. csoonline.com

Rise of Nation State Threats: How Can Businesses Respond?
Foreign cybercriminals pose a growing threat to enterprise targets, making risk management critical for commercial and government organizations facing increasingly dangerous attacks, according to the findings of a new report detailing the changes in threat actors and their tactics, activities, and motivations over the past six months.

Researchers discovered that activity among disruptive actors has quieted in 2017 as law enforcement cracks down on key groups and historical targets improve their security practices. Cybercriminals continued to target organizations this year as a means of collecting personal data and money from large businesses, particularly in healthcare.

Cybercrime isn't only about stealing data for geopolitics or espionage, says Kellermann. Cybercriminals also aim to change and destroy data, which can have broad implications for businesses. He likens this to a burglar burning down a house after taking what they want.

After hackers pillage a brand's intellectual property, they can use the brand and its customers' trust to turn consumers away through business email compromise, malware-laced emails, and other forms of cybercrime. darkreading.com

Red, White & Duped
Workers Across The Pond Beat U.S. in Cybersecurity Smarts

A study of 2,000 workers in the U.S. and U.K. by Wombat Security found half the U.S. respondents said they were victims of identity theft compared to 19% of U.K. respondents. Forty-six percent of those in the U.S. said they were duped by a phishing email compared to 17% in the U.K. Asked what malware is, 30% of U.S. respondents said it is computer hardware that boosts a wifi signal; 6% in the U.K. gave that answer. Sixty-one percent in the U.S. knew what malware is, while 78% of U.K. workers did. wsj.com

Nevada senate approves Internet privacy bill
Governor Sandoval signed into law a bill that requires internet operators to disclose what types of personal information they collect from users. The law defines internet operators as anyone who "owns or operates an internet website or online service for commercial purposes" and collects personal information from a resident of Nevada. Personal information is defined as: first and last name, home or other physical address, email, telephone number, social security number or any other identifier that allows a specific person to be contacted either physically or online. The law also requires internet operators to disclose information on any third party contractors who may be collecting the covered information. jurist.org

Big Prize in Amazon-Whole Foods Deal: Data
Amazon for years has been looking for more ways to gather information about how consumers shop. It has long been rumored to be on the prowl for a breakthrough deal, even as it set up its own much smaller Amazon Go and AmazonFresh Pickup stores as experiments. If the deal goes through, the combination likely will be powerful. Amazon and Whole Foods can join their online and in-store knowledge to better predict what goods to carry in each store. wsj.com

UK: Technical glitch leads to Tesco cancelling thousands of grocery deliveries

Estonia is first in the EU to let cute delivery bots on sidewalks

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Maximizing Education at Professional Conferences - Part II


By Walt Palmer, CFI, CFI, CPP
President
PCG Solutions


Attendance at an industry conferences offers several opportunities - education, networking, vendor exhibit halls, one on one meetings with other attendees, and, of course, many receptions and social events. Each of these activities can bring value to your professional development, but, this week, I want to focus on how you maximize the amount of professional education you achieve at a conference.

Educational Sessions

Unfortunately, too many attendees give short shrift to the educational sessions. At events like FMI, NRF, and RILA, you will probably have twenty or more sessions to choose from over the course of 2-3 days. At bigger trade shows, like ASIS or the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), the sessions actually number in the 100's.

Now, will every session appeal to you? Of course not. Most associations intentionally try to cover a spectrum of topics to ensure they address the concerns of a somewhat diverse attendee list, but there may be slots where you feel like there is nothing particularly relevant to you or your organization. Here's my recommendation in that situation, "Attend a session anyway!"

Maybe, just maybe, it is possible that a session on developing an effective training program on safety in the distribution network might yield some insights for you as you develop a training program for the stores on shrink. Perhaps a session on managing investigators in the field might ring a bell with you as to a technique or method you can use to manage direct reports at the corporate office. Hearing what someone is doing in the grocery store business relative to spoilage might lead you to different thinking on how you manage damages in your environment.

Read more here

Feel free to read Part 1 and Part 3 of Walter's series on Industry Conferences published previously in the Daily.















 

Transforming Enforcement with Leading Edge Technology

With the concept of restorative justice growing in popularity as a way to save time and money for retailers, law enforcement and the judicial system, Lohra Miller, CEO of Turning Point Justice, tells us what's new with the Crime Accountability Partnership (CAP) Program in this LPNN interview. Learn about the reporting and analytics features they've added to their web-based platform, the partnerships that set CAP apart, and the team of LP veterans supporting their program.
 


LPNN Quick Take #4

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Using big data and technology
Behind Alibaba's mission to reduce counterfeit goods
Alibaba has released its annual report for platform governance, revealing that in 2016 it seized counterfeit goods worth three billion yuan, double the value of goods seized the previous year.

Alibaba says this is because the company has been making significant investments into proactively seeking out breaches in copyright on its ecommerce platforms, rather than relying on reactive complaints.

According to the report, in 2016 the proactive cases were 26 times higher than the number of reactive cases, whereas in 2015 the number was just eight times higher.

Speaking to The Drum about the report, Jessie Zheng, Alibaba Group chief platform governance officer, said the upward trend in the data was due to the use of technology to find information and supply leads to the police, as well as introducing the use of litigation within its anti-counterfeit toolbox.

"We spare no expense and manpower to upgrade our team. We are not only the operator of the largest marketplaces globally, we are also a leader in protecting IPR on ecommerce marketplaces. No other company in the world has been dedicated as much resources ranging from technology, people and partnerships with brands, governments and law enforcement to fight the counterfeits that plague both online and offline commerce," she said

The counterfeit goods issue isn't only Alibaba's issue and many in the industry have questioned whether China, as a country, has a reputation around IP regulatory issues, with some even questioning the impact it has on homegrown Chinese brands. Jack Ma himself has said that fake goods create "havoc" for innovation in China.

The missing link for Alibaba now, however, is tougher laws. "The online world is a microcosm of society at large. Problems that we see on the internet are often a manifestation of social problems that used to be hidden and scattered in the offline world. Maintaining the health of any ecosystem, online or offline, requires the contribution of all stakeholders involved. Brands, e-commerce platforms, and law enforcement personnel must work closely together for a healthy business and social environment. thedrum.com

Users tricked by PayPal phishing page to send a selfie holding their ID card
During a four-step process, the attack asks for the user's address, payment card data, and a picture of the user holding his ID card. Brought to Bleeping's attention by security researchers from PhishMe, the fraudster behind this operation relies on spam emails to drive users toward a PayPal phishing page hosted on a compromised WordPress site from New Zealand. thepaypers.com

U.K. Sees Card-Not-Present Purchases Soar
A new report from the U.K. Cards Association (UKCA) finds that the amount of purchases made through debit and credit cards has more than doubled in the past decade. There were 6.7 billion purchases made by credit and debit cards in 2006, and last year, U.K. shoppers brought the number up to 16.4 billion.

What's helping to drive these U.K. card-not-present transactions is a combination of online spending and contactless payments. The UKCA data show that 39 percent of card purchases were done through these two methods in 2016. The year before, the rate was 24 percent. pymnts.com


Amazon Will Let Customers Try On Clothes Before Buying

Nestle invests in online meal maker, Freshly, as Amazon transforms Grocery







Port St Lucie, FL: $4,000 Baby Formula theft probe now seeks man and woman
City police are now looking for a woman as well as a man following the theft of more than $4,000 worth of baby formula from Port St. Lucie grocery stores. Police say the woman is in her 30s or 40s and has a thin build. The first suspect is a man who walked out of the Publix Super Market at Tradition Village Square on Southwest Village Parkway on May 25 with 85 cans of baby formula, valued at $2,550. On June 17, the same man left the Winn-Dixie market at the Shoppes of Victoria Square on Southwest Port St. Lucie Boulevard east of Florida's Turnpike with an additional 57 cans of baby formula, worth about $1,500. palmbeachpost.com

Lexington, KY: Serial shoplifting suspect arrested;
facing nearly a dozen charges

Michelle Robinson was arrested Monday at Kroger on Alexandria Drive. According to her 17-page arrest citation, Lexington police say the widow stole more than $1,000 worth of items from Kroger, Walmart, and Macy's. Police say on June 7, an officer was dispatched to Macy's at Fayette Mall in reference to a theft report.

A loss prevention employee told police a woman stole two Michael Kors purses valued at $298 each. The employee said she recognized the suspect as Michelle Robinson due to several previous thefts committed by Robinson. The employee said she banned Robinson from Macy's on October 7, 2016. Robinson is also accused of shoplifting from a Lexington Walmart. Police said she stole nearly $300 of detergent and toiletry items. According to her Robinson's arrest citation, she also stole several items from a Lexington Kroger. Robinson will be arraigned Tuesday afternoon. wkyt.com

Inverness Township, MI: 36 Wheels and Tires stolen off new cars in Dealership lot
"In all, nine vehicles or 36 tires and rims were taken, totaling several thousand dollars," said Cheboygan County Sheriff Dale Clarmont. The suspects used jacks and then patio blocks to block up the vehicles after the tires and rims were removed. Several dealerships across the state, from southern and mid-Michigan and now up to Cheboygan have been victims of a theft ring for the past four months. "At this time, we believe we are the farthest north this ring has traveled," said Clarmont. "We are working with law enforcement agencies across the state. cheboygannews.com

Update: Framingham, MA: Man pleads guilty to Target $350 Baby Formula theft
A Worcester man admitted in Framingham District Court on Monday to stealing hundreds of dollars worth of baby formula from Target on Sunday. Jose A. Mojica Jr., 37, pleaded guilty to shoplifting or property worth more than $100 and possession of heroin. He received a suspended sentence. On Sunday, police went to Target for a report of a shoplifter. Store security watched Mojica fill a carriage full of baby formula and leave the store. A store security officer stopped Mojica, who was trying to get into a car with a woman behind the wheel. When a second officer came out, the woman drove off. Police said Mojica had stolen 20 boxes of baby formula worth almost $350. wickedlocal.com

Ridgecrest, CA: Four arrested for breaking into C-Store, over $1,000 in cigarettes stolen  

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Shootings & Deaths

Albuquerque, NM: FBI investigating agent-involved shooting outside Home Depot, searching for suspect
A law enforcement officer was hurt during a shooting involving an FBI agent. The shooting happened right in front of the Home Depot during a law enforcement operation around 5:00 p.m. The situation began when a law enforcement operation "went wrong," according to officials.

The suspect reportedly got away after running over an officer's foot with his car. That officer was taken to the hospital, but will be OK. Workers inside the Home Depot store were forced to wait in the back of the store, away from the doors until things calmed down. The suspects' car was found around 9:30 p.m., but the person is still on the run. koat.com



Fresno, CA: Two shot, one killed, outside Auto Zone
Two people were shot Monday afternoon, the victims were outside an Auto Zone store on North Figarden Loop, when they were shot about 2:45 p.m., said Fresno police Lt. Mark Hudson. It is not known if it is gang related but that is being looked into, said Capt. Burke Farrah at the scene. The names and ages of the victims and the suspect were not available. fresnobee.com


Jonesboro, GA: Chevron store clerk shot by Armed Robber
On June 20 at 2:50 a.m., Clayton Co. PD responded to reports of a person shot at a Chevron gas station at 7264 Tara Boulevard. When officers arrived to the gas station, the clerk that was shot was behind the counter and in critical condition. 11alive.com

Burnsville, MN: Man Guilty In Dollar Tree Shootings Gets 32 Years In Prison
A 28-year-old man was sentenced to 32 years in prison. He admitted to killing one man and paralyzing another at a Dollar Tree. Grant Hendrickson was sentenced in Dakota County Monday morning. Officers say after an argument with an employee at the Dollar Tree in Burnsville he walked back in the store and shot two men. Hendrickson pleaded guilty to charges of murder and attempted murder. cbslocal.com


Robberies & Thefts

Spring Hill, FL: Boy, 12, among 3 arrested in Hernando gun shop burglary, 1 suspect on the run
A 12-year-old boy is among the three suspects who were arrested for the burglary of a gun shop that prompted fear and school lock downs in Hernando County on Monday morning. The Hernando County Sheriff's Office said that the three suspects are ages 12, 15 and 16. One suspect is still on the run. Investigators say at about 4:15 a.m. on Monday, four males burglarized the Gold-n-Pawnd Gun Shop and Gun Range in Spring Hill. The thieves were not able to get past the burglar bars. The owner believes two of the suspects were responsible for smash and grabs at his second location on County Line Road on Friday. wfla.com

Calhoun County, AL: Second suspect in Jewelry store heist captured
On Monday, the U.S. Marshals Service captured the second suspect wanted in connection with a jewelry store burglary in Miramar Beach in April. On April 29, Walton County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a 911 call from the store's owner. The caller said two suspects broke into the store using a hammer and a crow bar and began shattering display cases to gain access to jewelry before the store owner fired an unknown number of shots with his handgun at the suspects. Later, Investigators identified Timothy Vignolo, 32, and Joshua Graves, 39, as two primary suspects. Graves sustained a gunshot wound during the heist. Vignolo was arrested on May 11 in Mississippi after being involved in a traffic crash where he was charged with DUI. nwfdailynews.com

Macon, GA: Shots fired as Armed Robbery suspects flee Dollar General
A customer dodged bullets late Monday after leaving an armed robbery at the Dollar General at 3824 Pio Nono Avenue. Just before 10 p.m., two men with guns ordered everyone in the store to get down on the floor. The gunmen demanded an employee open the safe, but when the worker couldn't, they wanted the cash register opened. They took the cash drawer and ran away. As they ran through the parking lot, a customer came out of the Dollar General and the robbers started shooting at the building. The window of the neighboring Cricket Wireless Store was smashed, but no one was hurt. macon.com

Kay Jewelers in the Tanger Outlet Southaven, Southaven, MS reported a Grab & Run on 6/19, items valued at $8,048

Kays Jewelers in the Lakeland Square Mall, Lakeland , FL reported a Grab & Run on 6/19, item valued at $7,799

Kay Jewelers in the Lakewood Center Mall, Lakewood, CA reported a Grab & Run on 6/19, items valued at $10,299

Roger's Jewelers in Evansville, IN reported a CZ Switch on 6/10, item was a 1.60 caret diamond

Fred Meyer Jewelers in Wasilla, AK reported a Grab & Run on 6/17, item valued at $11,375

Zales Outlet in the Franklin Mills Center, Philadelphia, PA reported a Grab & Run on 6/18, item valued at $16,000

Zales Outlet in the Tanger Hilton Head, Bluffton, SC reported a Grab & Run on 6/18, item valued at $2,410


Counterfeit



International Falls, MN: US Customs-Border Patrol seizes $116,000 worth of Rocket Copters
Thousands of potentially counterfeit rocket copters were seized at the border. Earlier this month, customs officers working at the International Falls Port of Entry targeted a rail container destined for Ranier. They inspected the container and found more than 7,700 rocket copters. The merchandise would have retailed at over $116,000. wdio.com

 
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Brooke Worthington Jewelry - Nashville, TN - Burglary
C- Store - Corpus Christi, TX - Armed Robbery
Capital City Pharmacy - Vallejo, CA - Robbery
CVS - Pompano Beach, FL - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Macon, GA - Armed Robbery /shots fired
Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream - Cambridge, MA - Armed Robbery
Franklin Mineral Museum - Franklin, NJ - Burglary
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Petro - Oklahoma City, OK - Armed Robbery
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Responsible for developing, implementing and managing the company's Business Continuity (BCP) and Life Safety Programs for the Store Support Center, I.T. Technology Center and Regional Offices. This includes, but is not limited to emergency response, disaster recovery and site preparedness plans for critical business functions across the organization...



Asset Protection Program Sr Manager
Nashville, TN
Manages programs and initiatives as it relates to physical security and shrink improvement that advance company financials. Sources new technologies and vendors, implements effective tests, plans optimal company rollouts, and makes recommendations for future strategies...

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Giving Employee Feedback

The Four Fs of Feedback
If you had to grade yourself on how well you give feedback, what grade would you choose? If you're thinking your approach at giving effective feedback could be better, here's how to make sure you earn an "A"! Share your intention

The 12 Rules of Giving Negative Feedback  When the time comes that you have to deliver negative feedback, it doesn't have to be as difficult as you think. Here are 12 rules to follow so you can make the feedback process simple and less stressful for both parties. Start with self-reviews 

15 Ways to Offer Truly Constructive Feedback  No matter the type, feedback can help employees know where they stand performance-wise, but, if framed the wrong way, constructive criticism can feel like an attack. Here's how you can make sure your feedback is seen as useful. Private conversation

5 Ways to Give Feedback That Inspires People to Grow, Not Shrink  As a leader, you give feedback to inspire your team to grow, but it's challenging to provide it the right way. Here's how you can deliver criticism to help inspire others. Ideas for improvement 

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Making judgments on people is a serious thing and has a ripple effect that goes well beyond your immediate group. We all make judgments on every executive we know and it's human nature to be critical. Leave it to say that the best opinion is one of direct first-hand experience and is based on both sides of every story. It's easy to react to the self-serving opinions of others, but the real professional takes the high road and focuses on what's best for their organization, their team, and their industry.

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