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Charles Delgado was named Vice President of Asset Protection for Meijer.
 Charles was previously the Vice President for Asset Protection at BJ's Wholesale Club, as well as their Assistant Vice President and Manager of Special Investigations. He worked at BJ's Wholesale Club for six years. Charles was also the Investigations Team Leader for Target Corporation for three years. Congratulations Charles!
 

7-Eleven undercover operation shows Long Island 5 store franchisee underreporting sales and pocketing excess cash- not part of last weeks illegal immigrant group  7-Eleven filed a lawsuit against a franchisee of five Long Island stores last week, accusing him of siphoning hundreds of thousands of dollars for at least four years, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Filed in a Brooklyn federal court, the lawsuit seeks $1 million in damages and alleges that Tariq Khan, along with his wife, son and others, diverted cash to buy merchandise inventory from suppliers and never reported the invoices to 7-Eleven. A routine review in 2010 first turned up evidence of possible wrongdoing, according to 7-Eleven. The Dallas-based company then launched an undercover operation. In some of the subsequent 246 secret buys, Khan's employees bypassed the register, never reporting the received cash. In others, they misidentified the product as a less-expensive item when entering it into the cash register to underreport the sale, according to the WSJ. Although 7-Eleven ended its franchise agreement with Khan, the company stated that the defendants "have declined to voluntarily vacate the stores." Khan was not one of the nine store owners and managers charged with harboring and hiring illegal immigrants on June 17. (Source csnews.com)

10% of Macy's total replenishment inventory to carry RFID tags by August with nearly 50% of vendors committed to delivering RFID-tagged products in the future  Macy’s is accelerating its omni-channel retail strategy by rapidly deploying RFID technology. The progressive retailer plans to extend its store-based fulfillment capability to 500 stores this year, powered by the inventory accuracy provided by item level RFID. During an investor and analyst meeting last week, chief omni-channel officer Robert Harrison said that RFID will allow Macy’s to conduct monthly inventory cycle counts. Harrison said that RFID and omni-channel represent “a huge sales driver” for Macy’s. We see RFID as a very big part of our future, not just on how we run our business, but certainly from an omni-channel perspective as well.” (Source rfid24-7.com)

New survey shows fashion and retail workers are continuing to wait for the payback from the Great Recession 
They are increasingly dissatisfied with their jobs, less happy with the balance between their work and the rest of their lives and more likely to be looking for alternative employment. It's a very disruptive time in the industry, and with consolidation and the shift towards e-commerce, workers see fewer opportunities. Retail and fashion companies really need to get a hold of talent management. (Source 24seventalent.com)

Background-check industry under scrutiny as profits soar 
Hiring a criminal? Employers want to know. But bad info leads to lawsuits, as Sterling Infosystems can attest. Sterling is one of the largest players in the criminal-background-check business. Its employees sift reams of court records, on behalf of clients ranging from Wal-Mart to Walt Disney, to suss out which job applicants or employees have a record of violent crime, drug dealing or other felonious behavior. Sterling has morphed into a global giant—with more than 2,200 employees who conduct 16 million searches annually for thousands of clients—and it's still growing. "We keep the workplace safe," said Founder and Chief Executive Billy Greenblatt, who also predicts Sterling will top $1 billion in revenue in five to seven years by doing more of what it does and by expanding to serve nonprofits as well. (Source crainsnewyork.com)

Can the I.T. staff be trusted?  
As the N.S.A., some companies and the city of San Francisco have learned, information technology administrators, who are vital to keeping the system running and often have access to everything, are in the perfect position if they want to leak sensitive information or blackmail higher-level officials. From government agencies to corporate America, there is a renewed emphasis on thwarting the rogue I.T. employee. Using the "two-man rule." (Source nytimes.com)

Dollar General recognized as Company of the Year in Retail with Gold Stevie   award last week  The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program, whose purpose is to demonstrate and honor outstanding achievements and positive contributions of organizations and business people worldwide. "Dollar General is honored to receive the company of the year recognition in retail from the American Business Awards,” said Rick Dreiling, Dollar General’s chairman and CEO. “This recognition is reflective of the dedication of more than 95,000 Dollar General employees to serve our customers by helping them save time and money everyday.” (Source drugstorenews.com)

Kroger establishes two new operating Divisions - Nashville, Tenn. and Louisville, Ky. 
The establishment of the new supermarket divisions point to growth opportunities in Alabama, Kentucky, Southern Illinois and Indiana, McMullen said. Stores in both areas were previously serviced by the Mid-South division based in Louisville. Kroger’s divisions have substantial authority for merchandising and operating decisions for their areas. Kroger as of 2012 operated just 11 stores in Alabama and 55 in Illinois. It had 110 stores in Kentucky and 145 in Indiana, according to the company. (Source supermarketnews.com)

Jos. A. Bank seeks suitable acquisitions 
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. has been — and is — looking to make acquisitions to drive growth, the company acknowledged in a statement. (Source bizjournals.com)

Cyberattacks on the rise as credit, debit card numbers become commodities - and your smaller vendors may be the way in the backdoor to your critical data  Every time we swipe a piece of plastic at a gas station, grocery store or anywhere else, we're vulnerable to virtual pickpockets. Increasingly, credit and debit card numbers have become commodities sold by cyberthieves who harvest them from banks, businesses, restaurants and retailers. Last year, targeted attacks on businesses jumped 42 percent, according to security software firm Symantec. Attacks spiked 31 percent among companies with fewer than 250 employees. It's part of a shift from mass attacks by computer viruses, worms and other cyberthreats to more pinpointed, targeted infiltrations, say online security experts. The attackers, often located overseas, "find this method more effective because it allows them to fly under the radar and avoid drawing widespread attention to their malware," Brian Burch, vice president of consumer and small business marketing at Symantec, said in an email. Small businesses are frequently targeted because they often lack adequate security practices, said Burch. Additionally, because small firms often partner with bigger organizations, cybercriminals "sometimes use them to gain access to a larger company." (Source theolympian.com)




Ralph Lauren opens first Men’s Flagship store in Hong Kong.  The new three story store is over 10,000 square feet of retail luxury. The new Ralph Lauren Men’s store is in the Central area of Hong Kong where Chanel, Cartier, Prada, Bulgari, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co are also located close by. (Source forbes.com)



Many retailers now identify fraud arising from their growing online and multichannel operations as the biggest emerging issue of retail crime in the UK   Striking a balance between revenue maximisation and fraud loss exposure. If you want to hear about the latest cost-effective loss prevention strategies and solutions from B&Q, Aurora Fashions, Phones 4U and many more, register for the Retail Bulletin's 4th Loss Prevention Summit. (Source theretailbulletin.com)




California still holds #1 spot in Cargo thefts.  FreightWatch International reports the number of cargo thefts in the United States fell in the most recent three-month period, the value of the average loss moved higher. The 49 thefts in California accounted for 26% of all incidents across the U.S. Texas had 25 thefts, or 14% of the total, while Florida had 21, accounting for 11%. (Source truckinginfo.com)






Instead of mailing out an order Banana Republic mails out "HR Administration" files to customer with employees entire records  Just so happened the customer was the daughter of the actor Richard Dreyfuss. Dreyfuss, who runs the home page and also writes for technology website CNET said she didn't look through everything. San Francisco-based Gap Inc. blamed the mix-up on a human mistake. "We're taking immediate action to evaluate and strengthen our processes to prevent mis-mailings in the future and apologize for the error," spokeswoman Edie Kissko said in a statement. (Source foxnews.com)

Pekin, IL., City Council to consider today to make retail theft under $150 a city ordinance violation and not a state-law violation  The proposed ordinance would change retail thefts of less than $150 from the traditional state-law violation to a city ordinance violation and, as such, would mean that the city gets any fine associated with it. Retail theft cases are heard at the Tazewell County Courthouse every two weeks, said Pekin City Manager Joe Wuellner. The perpetrator would have the option to pay the fine for retail theft over the counter at the Pekin Municipal Building, 111 S. Capitol, St., Pekin, rather than go to court. (Source pjstar.com)




8-year-old girl abducted Friday night from Wal-Mart in Jacksonville. FL., found dead Saturday morning - registered sex offender arrested  The body of an 8-year-old girl who was abducted Friday night from a Walmart in Jacksonville, Florida, was discovered Saturday morning, police said. Donald James Smith, 56, faces kidnapping and murder and charges. He was listed as being held without bond Saturday night. Smith is a registered sex offender who was released from custody on May 31, according to Michael Williams, according to director of the sheriff's investigations department. (Source cnn.com)

Customer shoots, kills robber outside Atlanta shop while waiting to buy LeBron James sneakers  Police say an armed man trying to rob customers outside an Atlanta shoe store was fatally shot by one of the patrons waiting in line to buy sneakers. WSB-TV reports the shooting happened Saturday morning in the city's Little Five Points neighborhood, where people lined up outside Wish Clothing to buy new $180 sneakers endorsed by Miami Heat star LeBron James. Witnesses told police a man armed with a gun tried to rob people standing outside the store. But one of the customers drew his own handgun and shot the robber. (Source foxnews.com)

Shotgun armed man shoots one person outside N.C. law firm and then shoots three outside Wal-Mart store across the street  Officers confronted the man outside the store and caught up with him behind a nearby Toys "R" Us. He fired at them and they shot multiple rounds back, hitting the gunman, said Greenville Police Chief Hassan Aden. The suspect was expected to survive as well as the four others he's accused of shooting, Aden said. (Source huffingtonpost.com)

Greenville, N.C., mass shooting suspect identified from above article
The Greenville Police Department identified the shooting suspect in the Greenville mass shooting as Lakim Anthony Faust. Faust, 23 of Greenville, opened fire injuring four people before being brought down in a gun fight with Greenville Police. Police found a container of over 100 shotgun rounds with Faust when they took him down on Friday. "Some of the way, the manner in which he carried it out, indicates that he has some idea as to what he wanted to do; but, we don't know that for certain," said Chief Aden. Faust is recovering in police custody at Vidant Medical Center from gunshot wounds to his arms and legs. He was not wearing any body armor at the time of the shooting. (Source wtoc.com)

Security Guard shoots Jewelry store robbery suspect at Oak Brook Mall in Chicago.  Police say a thief was shot in the abdomen and two other suspects have escaped after three men attempted to rob a jewelry store at the Oak Brook Mall. The incident prompted a nearly two hour lock down of the popular shopping center. The shooting happened inside the "CD Peacock" jewelry store. Its website shows fine diamonds costing more than 800-thousand dollars. The suspect apparently used a sledge hammer to smash a glass display case filled with jewelry while two men acted as lookouts. When asked to drop the hammer, the suspect refused forcing the security guard to fire one shot. (Source abclocal.go.com)

Foiled burglar threatens Wal-Mart security guard with knife  Two thieves threatened a Walmart security guard with a knife recently, and the whole incident was caught on camera. Surveillance video from the Wal-Mart in Santa Fe shows a man in a black T-shirt and his girlfriend walk out of the store with about $500 worth of merchandise. Security officers ran after the pair and caught the woman. Then, the man pulled out a 7-inch knife and threatened to stab the security guard if he didn’t let her go. The couple got away, but left the stolen items behind. (Source koat.com)

Springfield, MO Man Steals Sneakers, Pulls Gun on Battlefield Mall Store Employee  The man, Robert Ruffner, is charged with stealing two pairs of athletic shoes from a store inside the mall last Saturday. The employee, who tried to stop Ruffner from getting out of the store with the shoes, then had a gun held to his chin. As the employee surrendered, Ruffner ran away. Ruffner was later identified as the same shoplifter from January, and was arrested Tuesday evening, even wearing the stolen shoes. He admitted to stealing the shoes, and was charged with shoplifting and also possession of marijuana from cases in December and May. (Source ky3.com)

Mayor’s Jewelers hit for $500,000 in Smash and Grab robbery in Atlanta. Police say burglars who smashed into an Atlanta jewelry store needed half a minute to steal Rolex watches worth an estimated half-million dollars. Police suspect at least five men broke into the Mayors Jewelers store Friday evening. Atlanta police said they smashed a display case with hammers and grabbed at least 20 watches worth at least $500,000. Police said the burglars were inside the store only about 30 seconds and fled in a white van that police later found empty a short distance from the store. Investigators are reviewing surveillance video from inside the store for clues to help identify the thieves. (Source myfoxatlanta.com)

Man robs Walgreen’s store with suspected explosive device, leads Police on a high speed chase in West Virginia.  Martinsburg Police Department responded to a robbery that was in progress at Walgreens. The suspect was trying to get narcotics from the pharmacy by claiming to have an explosive device that could be detonated by his cellular phone. The suspect fled the store in a white mini van leading police on a high speed chase down Interstate 81. Semi-Truck drivers worked with Police to block the interstate. The suspect fled his van and was apprehended after a short foot chase. (Source journal-news.net)

Five suspects grab and run with sunglasses from Pearle Vision store in Michigan. Grandville Police are calling the incident at the Pearle Vision Center in the RiverTown Plaza a strong armed robbery, luckily no injuries were reported. Witnesses say that five young men grabbed sunglasses from a display inside the store and fled. The suspects all jumped into the same vehicle, witnesses even were able to give police the license number. (Source mlive.com)

Four suspects enter guilty plea in Jewelry store armed robbery in Sacramento. Sentencing is now scheduled for July 12 for four suspects accused of robbing a Sacramento jewelry store at gunpoint back in August of 2012. Three of the robbers entered the store and smashed out showcases as they held employees at bay, no one was injured. All the suspects were caught shortly after the robbery in the same neighborhood. (Source sacramentotoday.net)

Aggravated Robbery reported in Lufkin GameXchange store. Lufkin Police Department were called to the scene of an aggravated robbery at the GameXchange store Saturday night. Police say a suspect had entered the video game store and remained inside until he was the last customer remaining in the store at closing time. The suspect, described to be in his early 20's, pulled a handgun out and robbed two employees of the store's money. Both employees were ordered into the store's restroom and the man fled the scene on foot out the back door. No injuries to report. (Source ktre.com)

Robbers forces Customers and employees into the bathroom of a Tinley Park Sprint store.  The incident occurred back in May, but police withheld the information from the public. Two male suspects walked into the store while two employees and three customers were in the store at 7:37pm on May 13. The gunman forced the store's employees and customers to face the wall, take their phones out and throw them on the floor. Another customer entered the store during the robbery and was forced with the others to the restroom of the store. The suspects fled with phones and cash, no one was injured. (Source chicagotribune.com)

Vermont Market robbery was planned by employee.
Vermont State police say a stickup at the Mac's Market in Warren came as no surprise to staffers. Back in April, investigators say 34-year-old Travis Perkins held up the Mac's store on Route 100 and is now being charged with larceny and assault charges, as well as charges for selling and distributing narcotics. Police say Perkins' girlfriend and another store employee had planned the robbery, but no one else is facing charges. (Source rutlandherald.com)

Macy’s Break-in in Beaverton, Oregon this morning.
Hillsboro Police are investigating a burglary at the Macy’s store in Tanasbourne early this morning. The alarm came in at 4:10am. A security guard spotted someone running away outside. About 10 police units, including K-9s from Hillsboro and Beaverton, responded to investigate, but the burglar escaped. Investigators are still trying to determine if anything was damaged or stolen. (Source kptv.com)

Florida man covers himself with cooking oil to slide through an air vent of a Sam’s Discount Food store; he got stuck.  Orange County Sheriff’s Department found the suspect stuck with his feet still inside the store as his upper torso dangled outside. Police say Chad Winslow was covered with cooking grease and made it through the air vent on the way into the store, but his escape went poorly. (Source rttnews.com)

Gainesville man arrested for the theft of 97 items from Walmart; three failed attempts.  William Tate is 59 years old and told Police, “I know it was stupid. I am old enough to know better”. Walmart Loss Prevention stopped Tate after he attempted to exit the store with a cart full of items valued at over $600. Tate had attempted to leave the store 3 times, each time turning around because the EAS alarm went off. Tate was arrested on a felony charge of grand theft. (Source gainesville.com)

FBI busts $1.1 Million Multi-State Identity Theft ring.
FBI has arrested members of an alleged identity theft ring that stole more than $1.1 million while operating in California, Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, Indiana and Texas. Seven suspects were arrested during a raid of a Los Angeles home where investigators recovered 100 counterfeit drivers’ licenses, social security cards and credit cards as well as $35,897 in cash and ledgers containing stolen bank customer data. The ringleader, Hardy Jones, 54, of South Los Angeles, is being held without bond. Jones is accused of sending runners to Chase banks to get the money, and paying them one-fourth to one-third of it. (Source blogs.ocweekly.com)


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Shoplifting Dog Knows What He's Doing (VIDEO)  Now, we know we shouldn't really condone criminal activity...But we have to tip our hats to the dog in this video - who, bold as brass, walked into a dollar store in Kentucky, found the dog food/treats aisle, took what what he wanted and left. In fact, the way in which he quickens his pace when he heads for the exit makes us think he knows exactly what he's done. (Source huffingtonpost.co.uk)




 

 









 













 











 



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South Florida man accused of shoplifting more than $2 million in toys and was addicted to Toys R Us and Thanked CVS for funding his worldwide travels Tamarac man reportedly boasted he'd stolen enough 'to fill an entire Toys R Us' The investigation began when nearly $900 of Lego sets vanished midday from the Toys R Us store in Boynton Beach. Before it was over, authorities would be tailing the alleged mastermind believed to have stolen more than $2 million of toys from Toys R Us stores from Maine to California. The suspect: a 47-year-old, globe-trotting Tamarac man who lives with his mother and his nine cats — what he calls his "cat family." Broward sheriff's detectives say he accomplished his personal goal of stealing in all 50 states. His name is Ignatius "Michael" Pollara, and he's suspected of being one of South Florida's most prolific shoplifters. His criminal case is one that leaves even veteran law enforcement officers shaking their heads in disbelief. In a span of about 200 days, reward cards linked to him were handed to cashiers at 139 Toys R Us stores in 27 states, according to court records. There was one two-week stretch when the cards were used up the East Coast from Palm Beach Gardens to Bangor, Maine, and then back down to Virginia — 23 stores in 11 states. A day before his August arrest, Broward sheriff's detectives watched him and an admitted accomplice visit 21 stores in central Florida in less than 24 hours, according to court records. They said they found the bounty from that spree when they searched Pollara's cluttered home strewn with boxes and bags. He's spent the last 10 months in jail awaiting trial and writing letters to the judge claiming all sorts of things.  (Source sun-sentinel.com)

 





Organized retail crime ring arrested in Sarasota  The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested six people for stealing nearly $2,000 in merchandise from Burlington Coat Factory. Sheriff officers worked with the Burlington Coat Loss Prevention to investigate thefts that occurred on May 11, May 15 and June 10. Officers were able to identify one of the suspects in these thefts, Asia Rosier, after seeing her mug shot for child neglect in the death of her three-year-old daughter. (Source wtsp.como)





ORC female hits Walgreens in Parsippany, N.J., led cops on foot chase and tried to hide in ex-police chief's yard  Police recovered $1,177.59 worth of merchandise from Deasia Youmans including 21 packages of Abreva, a cold sore medication, and 22 packages of various razor blades. Youmans was remanded to the Morris County Jail in lieu of $20,000 bail with no 10-percent option, police said. (Source nj.com)

ORC female serial shoplifter pleads guilty to hitting Target in Coon Rapids, MN.
Hannah Mills, 28, has been busted 3 other times in 2012 for stealing items she could re-sell to support her drug habit. She also had a magnetic device commonly used to defeat "spider wrap" security systems when she was apprehended stealing Nintendo 3DS systems at Target on Dec. 5th. (Source abcnewspapers.com)


Baby Formula theft in Rancho Cucamonga sparks high-speed chase. 
Two suspects in the connection with baby formula theft fled the Walmart store in Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday afternoon, leading Police on a 30 mile high speed chase. Speeds reached 95 miles per hour according to the California Highway Patrols and San Bernardino County sheriff's. The suspect’s tire went flat during the high speeds, exiting the highway and losing control sending it rolling and landing on its side. The driver and a passenger were taken into custody. (Source dailybulletin.com)
 

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Verisk Retail Launches LERPnet Falcon

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June 2013 - Verisk Retail has launched LERPnet Falcon, the third major release of the Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network (LERPnet) data-sharing platform. The new release adds greatly enhanced performance and user-interface updates, providing retailers and law enforcement with a significantly improved experience for sharing incidents related to retail crime. Verisk Retail is a unit of Verisk Analytics (VRSK), a leading source of information about risk.

"The exceptional enhancements in responsiveness, functionality, and user experience will be noticed immediately," said Johnny Custer, LERPnet program director. "LERPnet Falcon is the culmination of invaluable input and guidance from our user group, Retail Advisory Board, and Law Enforcement Council. We`re excited to see the LERPnet platform continue to evolve to meet the changing needs of both our retail and law enforcement users."

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"Verisk Retail is looking forward to bringing collaboration to retailers and law enforcement via the LERPnet solution," added David Duhaime, vice president of Verisk Crime Analytics. "Verisk Retail continues to invest in the integration of data sources to bring meaningful insights and to facilitate internal and external collaboration around data analytics for our retailer partners."

LERPnet is one of more than 15 retail-oriented solutions within the Verisk Retail suite of analytics solutions. First launched in 2007 as a joint effort of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), the National Retail Federation (NRF), and the Food Marketing Institute (FMI), LERPnet is a secure, national system designed to bring local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and retailers together through its unique information-sharing and crime-tracking capability. With the ongoing support and endorsement of NRF, RILA, and FMI, Verisk Retail assumed and has maintained responsibility for LERPnet since 2011. Additional information can be found at www.lerpnet.com.

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