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EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants Adds Awareness
& Communications Professionals

EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants, a retail property and casualty insurance brokerage and employee benefits consultant, announced today the hiring of Jon Williams, TJ Rosenberg, and Dale Smith to lead the Awareness & Communications Practice as Managing Directors within EPIC Risk Consulting.

Williams, Rosenberg and Smith all join EPIC from Protiviti, where they had similar client consulting responsibilities and worked together closely. Their clients included global organizations in the Retail, Distribution, Finance, Technology, Manufacturing, and Service industries.

At EPIC, the team will provide EPIC Risk Consulting clients with a wide range of awareness training and employee communication programs that will also help enhance the team's asset protection consulting and managed services, including audit programs already in place. Their expertise includes areas such as Workplace Safety, Asset Protection, IT Security, AML and Regulatory Compliance requirements; how to use enterprise applications such as SAP and SharePoint; Ethics and Code of Conduct; and many others. Read more

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Brave New World of Retail
Shopping Centers Exploring Facial Recognition Technology

Some use technology that recognizes people's faces but stops short of identifying, recording them

Landlords could do it all if they wanted. Facial-recognition technology has advanced to the point that U.S. malls could know shoppers' names when they enter, watch what they buy and send them promotions to encourage repeat visits.

Industry executives say they aren't ready to go that far, partly because of the likely backlash from privacy advocates. But some U.S. shopping centers have started to use technology that detects facial features and individuals' paths of travel anonymously. Artificial intelligence is then used to mine that data to determine traffic patterns, worker performance and consumer reaction to displays and marketing.

NewMark Merrill Cos., which owns 80 shopping centers in California, Colorado and Illinois, has deployed facial-recognition technology at its Janss Marketplace, an outdoor mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif. NewMark plans to roll it out in four more locations.

"We definitely at the minimum want features that accurately identify who your customers are, where in the shopping centers they go, and how long they spend there," said Sandy Sigal, NewMark's chief executive.

Artificial intelligence is the latest technology shopping-center owners are using to cope with fast-changing consumer tastes and growth in e-commerce. Landlords are hoping they can mine insights on consumer behavior from aggregate data to demonstrate and increase the value of bricks-and-mortar.

Some U.S. retailers have been testing these applications but are loath to publicize their findings. A Brookings Institution survey last September shows there is significant opposition to the use of facial-recognition technology in public places. wsj.com

Taiwan's CyberLink aims to bring facial recognition to US stores
Reaping the Benefits of Struggling Chinese Firms
Taiwanese surveillance company CyberLink plans to bring its facial recognition technology to U.S. stores in a bet that it can succeed in a market where Chinese rivals are struggling to gain a foothold. CyberLink says its FaceMe software program -- which tracks shoppers' faces and analyzes their emotions -- can help brick-and-mortar stores offer shoppers more personalized service without compromising privacy.

FaceMe can identify age, gender, facial expression, time spent in the store and returning customers without maintaining a database of customer images or personal information, because it stores facial information as vector points rather than pictures. By tracking head position and orientation, the tool can determine what the customers are looking at in the store. The program also provides a reading showing how confident it is in each element of its analysis.

Now CyberLink is "in active conversations" to come to the U.S. It is here that its Taiwanese identity could give it an advantage. Chinese companies such surveillance equipment maker Hikvision, facial recognition startup Megvii, cybersecurity company Meiya Pico and artificial intelligence group iFlytek have come under fire for supplying to the Chinese government for its mass surveillance program of the Muslim Uighur population in the country's remote northwestern region of Xinjiang. asia.nikkei.com

Walmart Confirms Use Of Ireland-Based Technology Firm To Spot Thieves
According to the Irish Independent, the retailer, who also owns Asda in the UK, revealed that it has been working with Everseen, among other companies, to supply some 1000 stores with loss-prevention software over the last two years. Everseen was set up in 2008 by the son of a Cork shopkeeper looking to solve the issue of point-of-sale shrinkage - the term used to cover lost revenue from theft and scanning errors. The software uses video analytics and AI to give Everseen a 'digital eye' which can track almost all non-scans. Walmart confirmed that its shrink rates have declined since the introduction of the system. checkout.ie

$25 Million Mobile Mall Lawsuit Alleges Racial Harassment, Violence, Dog Attack
'Aggressive' Security Guard Cuffed Group Of Young Men Before They Entered Mall
Attorney's representing five young African-American males announced Monday a $25 million lawsuit against a Mobile mall after alleging racially motivated harassment, violence and a security dog attack during a shopping trip less than two weeks ago.

Rodricus Johnson and Ashton Golston, both 15, Cameron Robinson and Zion Lett, both 16, and Nathanial Henderson, 20, claim they were approached by an aggressive security guard outside the Bel Air mall June 22. They hadn't made it inside the mall before they were allegedly lined up against a wall and handcuffed.

After Robinson complained that mall security officers had racially profiled the group, a K-9 unit security guard allegedly slammed the handcuffed 16-year-old on his head and ordered his Dutch Shepherd to attack him, according to the second attorney representing the group, Justin Miller, a partner at Morgan & Morgan.

Steward and Miller said that they believe there is official security camera footage from the mall. Requests by family members of the group to watch the footage were denied by Bel Air mall, according to attorneys.

Robinson was bitten several times and later had to be hospitalized for two and half days. He said that the security guard had his hand on his gun when he first approached the group and yelled "get the f**k against the wall" before handcuffing them. al.com

Secret Amazon Project in Seattle
After Years of Secrecy, Big New Amazon Store in Seattle Appears Ready to Open

Amazon has been involved with a prime retail location in Seattle's popular Capitol Hill neighborhood since 2015, more than a year before the company's Amazon Go grocery concept was even announced. It's an unusually large space for a potential new Amazon Go store, and would be the first in a residential area.

Now it looks like the secretive project is finally coming to fruition. There was a flurry of activity at the site last week when GeekWire paid a visit, with whispers around the neighborhood pointing to an opening as soon as later this month. The windows are well-shielded from the public - no small cracks that reveal any hints this time around - so it's tough to estimate the progress.

The site features several hallmarks of Amazon Go, the company's high-tech grocery concept. Drawings show space for the entry and exit kiosks where customers scan a QR code on the Amazon Go app that is used to enter the store and pay for items automatically upon exit.

No traditional checkout areas are shown in the drawings. There is a large general sales area with a section for alcohol, as well as an employee break room and storage. A few unique characteristics make this store stand out and give credence to the possibility that it could be something different from the typical Amazon Go store, as GeekWire previously reported. geekwire.com

Rising Costs & Stagnant Income - Not Amazon - Could Be Driving Retail's Struggles
While retailers may worry about Amazon and other e-commerce players stealing share, there are other, more fundamental forces to blame for their dwindling traffic, customer fickleness and frequent markdowns: Rising healthcare costs and student debt are siphoning money from consumer pockets.

It's something of a vicious cycle, as thinner wallets mean fewer consumers can afford the markups sometimes found at bodegas and other smaller stores. "With fewer and fewer Americans able to grow - or even maintain - wealth, more and more are turning to lower cost retail providers," Egelanian said. "The fastest growing retail category in America is dollar stores."

Many retailers themselves add to the problem by paying workers below living wages, usually without benefits. Treating labor costs as a line item that must shrink is worst at companies, often leveraged by private equity, that treat their operations as financial instruments, rather than enterprises with merchandise to sell. retaildive.com

Nike recalls American flag-themed shoe after Colin Kaepernick raises racial concerns
In a decision that will thrust Nike into the spotlight of corporations walking a tightrope between product and historic symbolism, the athletic giant has pulled an American flag-themed shoe from circulation after former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick expressed concern to the company about selling apparel he says features a slave-era emblem.

According to a source who spoke with Yahoo Sports, Nike began a movement to pull the shoe from stores nearly two weeks ago after Kaepernick and others raised concern that the "Betsy Ross Flag" printed on the heel of the company's 4th of July-themed Air Max 1 was not only racially insensitive, but had also been adopted by some groups such as the Patriot Movement and Identity Evropa (pronounced "Europa") allegedly as a symbol of white nationalism. yahoo.com

Arizona Gov. Ducey to withdraw Nike plant incentives after Colin Kaepernick, 'Betsy Ross Flag' sneaker report
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced Tuesday he's withdrawing all financial incentive dollars to have Nike open a manufacturing plant in the state after a report said the sneaker company pulled its "Betsy Ross Flag" shoes following Colin Kaepernick's criticism.

"Today was supposed to be a good day in Arizona, with the announcement of a major @Nike investment in Goodyear, AZ," Ducey began his tweets. He then pointed to the Journal report about sneakers being pulled allegedly due to Kaepernick's criticism of the footwear. Ducey said he ordered the Arizona Commerce Authority to withdraw "all financial incentive dollars" the state was going to provide for Nike to build a manufacturing plant. foxbusiness.com

Nike's 'Betsy Ross' sneakers are selling for more than $2,000 on sneaker resale site StockX

Leading Retailers Urge FTC to Protect Consumers, Competition
After six months of hearings conducted by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) examining competition and consumer protection in the modern economy, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) is urging Commissioners to take the next step with investigations and actions against companies that are impeding free market competition or deliberately deceiving consumers. In official comments submitted to the FTC, RILA argued that the digital revolution in retail requires new thinking and approaches to antitrust enforcement and consumer protection. rila.org

'Epicenter of Security Technology': Securing the Houston Dynamo Soccer Stadium
There are 56 IP security video surveillance cameras mounted inside and outside of the stadium, all of which feed into a command post. The outside cameras tie into the city of Houston police department and provide Gonzalez information on the parking lot, pedestrian and vehicle traffic outside of the stadium and queue lines for before and after the games.

There are three cameras that feed video directly to the MLS League offices in New York to monitor the field of play, in addition to ensuring game presentation aspects. A VMS provides video analytics to help stadium security and operations to identify and mitigate any issues and communicate information to the 160 to 200 security team on game day, which also includes a team of Harris County Sheriff Officers. securitymagazine.com

Walmart investing $1.2 billion in China
Walmart is pouring more than a billion dollars into its China business as it faces growing competition from local rivals and online retailers. The US retail giant plans to invest around 8 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) in distribution centers in China over the next two decades, it said in a statement sent to CNN Business. Walmart is planning to spend the money to boost grocery deliveries. wfmz.com

Nordstrom closing more stores in 2019 than it closed in the previous three years combined

Hooters of America sold to 2 private equity firms; Over 430 Hooters restaurants in 38 states & 27 countries

Trader Joe's, Green Giant and Signature Farms packaged vegetables recalled due to Listeria risk

Malls are catering to a new type of customer: gamers

Costco quietly becomes a destination for clothes

This Fourth of July, Americans will shell out $1 billion on beer

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Trump administration wants to ban end-to-end encryption
Ban could help law enforcement but be exploited by hackers & foreign govts

The Trump administration are looking into the possibility of banning encryption techniques that cannot be broken by law enforcement, a proposal that would weaken encryption as a whole for users and businesses, and could make messaging clients like Apple's iMessage stop using end-to-end encryption.

The issues law enforcement agencies have in gaining access to evidence stored on encrypted devices or services has led to a long-running debate between governments, officials of security organizations, and tech companies over the effectiveness of encryption. While the former wants to weaken it, the latter, including Apple, are fighting to keep it strong.

Senior White House officials are said to have attended a National Security Council meeting on Wednesday, discussing the possibility of asking Congress to outlaw end-to-end encryption, three people familiar with the matter told Politico. The second-in-command officials from "several key agencies" were also reportedly in attendance at the discussion, most likely alluding to the security agencies like the FBI, CIA, and others.

A request to Congress to introduce laws banning encryption will face stiff opposition from tech companies and their customers, as it would effectively force Apple, Google, Facebook, and other service providers relying on end-to-end encryption to use weaker security. For consumers, this could make the services less trustworthy.

For lawmakers, banning end-to-end encryption would simplify the process of acquiring data from within encrypted communications, but critics maintain this has a cost. The same backdoors and weakpoints could be exploited by hackers and agencies from foreign governments, enabling the ability to spy on US citizens, while at the same time criminals and terrorists may simply ignore the law and use their own protected systems. appleinsider.com

Closing the perception gap between security pros and executives
For some time, security professionals have talked about the need to have their voices heard at the highest level in the organization. Now, with so many breaches over the years - the first four months of this year alone seeing 5.64 billion records leaked - there are few executive boards, if any, that aren't in some way concerned about cybersecurity.

However, a recent study has proven that there is still more work to be done in terms of aligning security teams with their board-level executives.

Seeing eye-to-eye
Recently, AT&T Cybersecurity took the opportunity to gauge the opinions of more than 700 security professionals on this topic. While around 56 per cent of respondents were mostly or completely on the same page with board-level stakeholders, 44 per cent were either sometimes or not at all in agreement.

Focus by sector
Looking at the results through the lens of industry sectors provides further insights. Financial services, manufacturing, and the public sector, where threats are high and potentially devastating, had a typical distribution curve that matched the aggregate, indicating a higher collaboration with board level stakeholders.

Putting the best foot forward
The threat landscape is ever-shifting. To keep on top of the latest threats requires collaboration with peer companies, robust reporting on system activities, as well as actionable threat intelligence in which the primary goal is to drive the detection of emerging (new) threats and to drive resilient threat detection. This means the ability to detect threats even as IT systems evolve (i.e. cloud migration, IoT, mobility, 5G). itproportal.com

N.Y. man sentenced in 'dark web' credit card fraud scheme
Sungwoo Han, of Queens, NY was sentenced Friday in state Superior Court after pleading guilty on May 10 to second-degree trafficking in personal identifying information of another. Han handed over a fake learner's permit during a traffic stop in Allamuchy, leading to his arrest for trafficking fraudulent credit and debit cards using stolen personal information, has been sentenced to three years in prison. After arresting Han, the trooper seized seven fraudulent credit cards along with a small amount of methamphetamine in Han's possession. A search of his vehicle yielded 30 more fraudulent credit and debit cards, six additional fraudulent identification cards. It was later found Han was obtaining stolen personal identifying information on the "dark web," which was used to generate fraudulent credit and debit cards.
A search of his smartphone revealed more than 400 sets of personal identifying information including names, addresses, Social Security numbers and birth dates, the office stated.

Orvibo Smart Home Devices Leak Billions of User Records



How to Stop Targeted Ads

Google, Facebook and Apple have ad platforms that can send ads based on the information they collect about you, like your name, address, age, gender, internet habits and location. You can opt out of these targeted ads, usually in the platform's settings. This won't change the number of ads you see, but they won't be targeted and in some cases it limits the information the platform can collect.



On the Same Team: LP and IT Working Together
to Tackle Retail Crime

NRF PROTECT 2019 Session with the D&D Daily's Gus Downing

The D&D Daily publisher and editor, Gus Downing, moderates a panel of loss prevention and cyber security practitioners who share best practices on a range of topics such as prioritization, technology deployments, risk management planning and more.

Featured in the session: David Johnston - Sr. Director, Loss Prevention & Corporate Security for Dunkin' Brands; Gail Morris - Director, Loss Prevention for Williams-Sonoma Inc.; Jason Painter - Enterprise Security Manager for Williams-Sonoma Inc.; and Terrence Weeks - Chief Information Security Officer for Jack in the Box Inc.




Deep Dive: How Fraud Runs Rampant In Mobile Ordering
Mobile order-ahead apps are growing more popular by the day, and restaurants are clamoring to get on board. A QSR Magazine study found that 73 percent of diners have used mobile ordering, 63 percent have at least one mobile ordering app on their phones and 35 percent use mobile ordering every time they visit QSRs.

Consumers are eager to utilize these services, but cybercriminals are just as ready to exploit them. Overall digital fraud increased by 13 percent in the past year, with the food and beverage industry seeing an increase of 60 percent - nearly four times above average. It's open season for hacks on mobile order-ahead apps as data breaches continue to make headlines regularly and cybercriminals purchase stolen identities on darknet marketplaces.

Account Takeovers Plague the QSR Industry

Cybercriminals can obtain stolen identities for as little as $4, meaning it's easier than ever for them to launch account takeover (ATO) attacks. They can use individuals' credentials to gain access to accounts and then obtain stored payment information, allowing them to make purchases or drain accounts of accrued awards points.

Such attacks have plagued McDonald's customers in Canada over the past few months, racking up thousands of dollars in fraudulent charges. One consumer in Nova Scotia reported more than $480 CAD in illicit orders over four days, while a victim in Toronto faced more than $2,000 CAD worth of charges in McFlurries, Big Macs, Chicken McNuggets and poutine. The transactions occurred in rapid succession at multiple locations, suggesting that the hacker distributed stolen data to other criminals.

Chipotle's customers reported a similar string of attacks in April, with victims swindled out of up to $500 USD each. One victim did not even have a Chipotle account, but had used the QSR's guest checkout option. Chipotle denied any breach of its databases or systems.

The McDonald's and Chipotle hacks are currently unsolved, underscoring the difficulty of catching and prosecuting cybercriminals. pymnts.com

The Psychology of an Online Shopper: Why Merchants Must Prioritize Security
Consumers are becoming more security conscious when it comes to shopping online. Therefore, online retailers cannot afford to rest solely on their features and benefits, ignoring consumer demand for enhanced safety. However, merchants are faced with the challenge of responding to customer demand and maintaining a secured environment, while fighting to attract loyal customers and keep up with the competition.

The reality is customers believe that they should be able to buy what they want, when they want and how they want. In fact, 50 percent of consumers will abandon a transaction if their preferred payment method isn't offered. Merchants want and need to attract new customers, therefore they must make it easy for consumers to purchase their goods online. They can help them do so by offering the right payment mix and minimizing the risk factor to ensure consumer trust. mytotalretail.com

Why You Still Can't Buy Fireworks on Amazon

Prime Day 2019: The Story Behind How Amazon Started

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Franklin, TN: 'Very Sophisticated' Car heist at dealership leads to almost $700,000 worth of cars stolen
A group of thieves took off with seven luxury cars from the Walker Chevrolet in Franklin and got away with it. "This was a very sophisticated, very well-thought out plan by the suspects in this case," Lt. Charles Warner of the Franklin Police Department said. He's talking about a car heist where thieves got away with seven luxury cars, including a Corvette worth $150,000. Police say the thieves cut giant chunks of the fence out before smashing through a glass door, driving the cars right back out through the fence. fox17.com

Green Bay, WI: Two women allegedly a part of the Felony Lane Gang charged in $50,000 theft
Anjelica Marsala, 26, of Chicago, faces 39 charges, including 19 of forgery, five of fraud against a financial institution, and four of receiving stolen property. Ashley Blevins, 24, of Knoxville, TN., faces a dozen counts, including four counts of misappropriating identification information, and four counts of forgery. According to police, their activity is consistent with a group known as the Felony Lane Gang. Police seized 29 wigs, allegedly used as a disguise, as well as multiple electronic devices. A number of out of state rental vehicles were used and all identified displayed local license plates were confirmed to be stolen. The total loss attributed to them is about $50,000. fox11online.com

Torrance, CA: 4 Arrested After Using Pepper Spray While Stealing Purses
at Del Amo Fashion Center

Three men and a teenage boy sprayed people with pepper spray while stealing purses from a Nordstrom store at the Del Amo Fashion Center on Monday before they were arrested following a brief pursuit. The 4 suspects ranged in age from 16 to 20 years old, were arrested on suspicion of robbery and conspiracy following the crime. . The group sprayed "several" people with pepper spray while helping themselves to handbags, the statement said. It was not clear whether those sprayed were employees or customers. ktla.com

Millburn, NJ Trio Of Shoplifters Caught at Short Hills; Lacoste, Foot Locker and Polo
Millburn Police responded to the Lacoste store at The Mall at Short Hills on a theft report where personnel reported 23-year-old Gerald Green concealed a pair of sweatpants valued at $110 in his pants and left the store without making payment. Tsiah Cook, 21, and 19-year-old Denario Cook were also arrested for shoplifting and receiving stolen property from Foot Locker and Polo, police said. patch.com

Tangipahoa Parish, LA: Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office's Organized Retail Task Force arrests woman charged with theft for shoplifting from the Old Navy store in Hammond Square

Paducah, KY: 2 Arrested for Credit Card Fraud after targeting several O'Reilly's Auto stores

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Shootings & Deaths

Amarillo, TX: Suspect dead after attempted C-Store Armed Robbery
On Monday night at 10:09, Amarillo Police responded to a robbery at H&L Discount Store. Before officers arrived, there was a physical struggle and the suspect in the robbery was shot. The male suspect died on the scene. The Amarillo Police Department Special Crimes Unit is investigating the incident. More information will be released when it is available. myhighplains.com

Colorado Springs, CO: 1 in custody after shooting at people
at Red Rock Canyon strip mall

A man is facing attempted murder charges after he allegedly fired at several people on the west end of Old Colorado City. Two officers heard the barrage of gunfire while on an unrelated call just after 1 a.m. Tuesday and drove towards the noise to investigate. The officers located several victims near the Red Rock Canyon strip mall who reported being shot at while standing outside Walgreens. No one was hit, and the victims were able to point police in the direction the suspect had fled. The officers quickly found a man matching the suspect description hiding behind a business east of the scene. The suspect has since been identified as 22-year-old Jeremiah Brock and is now facing multiple charges. kktv.com

Washington, DC: Person suffers life-threatening injuries following shooting
inside the parking garage of Fashion Centre Mall

Arlington County police said officers responding to the garage, located in the Fashion Centre for a report that shots were fired. A preliminary investigation indicates that the victim was shot after a struggle ensued between them and another person. The victim was transported to an area hospital with a life-threatening injury. A gun was recovered from the scene and both individuals involved with the shooting have been identified. upnorthlive.com

North Charleston, SC: Man dies in Sunday's shooting following an argument outside a C-Store

Macon, GA: Two customers involved in a argument outside a Marathon Station end with a fatal shot

Norfolk, VA: Man dead, two wounded after shooting at C-Store

Chicago, IL: Man killed in drive-by shooting outside Rogers Park grocery store

Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Modesto, CA: C-Store Owners targeted in Thefts for Lottery Tickets
Thieves cashed tickets before flagged by the State

Lottery Commission state that they want to help C-Store Owners, but it is their responsibility to secure the lottery tickets. The area C-Store owner hope that a new system will be put in place as to when and where a lottery ticket would be paid out. In the most recent Smash & Grab, the thieves got away with over $4,000 in tickets. cbslocal.com

Toledo, OH: Police Officer injured while taking an Armed Robber into custody
On Sunday at 5:44 p.m., officers responded to the Gas & Go for a shots-fired call. While en route, officers were told that a man was seen entering the store with a gun and a mask covering his face. After a short foot chase, Officer Megan Schwirzinski confronted Mr. Munn in the backyard and began taking him into custody when he began fighting with her. Officer Schwirzinski injured her left shoulder, and Mr. Munn broke free and fled. Police caught Mr. Munn and took him into custody. He is charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. Officer Schwirzinski was taken to Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center for treatment. toledoblade.com


El Cajon, CA: 2 convicted of murder after man fatally shot during botched holdup outside Burlington in La Mesa
A man and woman were convicted of murder and robbery Monday in the 2017 shooting death of a man in a botched holdup in the parking lot of a Burlington Coat Factory store in La Mesa, after which they made off with cash and three pairs of shoes from the victim. fox5sandiego.com

Fall River, MA: Man sentenced to 6 to 8 years in prison for 3 C-Store Armed Robberies in one night

Ocala, FL: Man gets 15 years in prison for stealing $9,000 in guns from Pawn shop



C-Store - Greenville, TX - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Modesto, CA - Burglary
C-Store - Fort Dodge, IA - Robbery
C-Store - Wilson, NC - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Milwaukee, WI - Burglary
Gas Station - Minot, ND - Robbery
Gas Station - Minot, ND - Robbery (2 of 2)
Gas Station - Columbia, MD - Burglary
Gas Station - Toledo, OH - Armed Robbery
Grocery Store - Westmorland, PA - Armed Robbery
Hair Salon - New York, NY - Armed Robbery
• Jewelry Store - Monroe, MI - Armed Robbery (Kays)
• Jewelry Store - Cuyahoga Falls, OH - Armed Robbery (Jared)
Liquor Store - New York, NY - Burglary
Metro PCS - New York, NY - Armed Robbery
Pawn Shop - Cloquet, MN - Burglary
Restaurant - Everett, PA - Robbery
Restaurant - Vancouver, WA - Armed Robbery
Tanning Salon - New York, NY - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - San Antonio, TX - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
15 robberies
5 burglaries
0 shootings
0 killed




Wayne Getz, CFI promoted to Manager - ORC Investigations for Best Buy
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At the end of most interviews, candidates are given the opportunity to ask questions. Surprisingly enough, most candidates are unprepared for that question, itself. So take the time in your preparation to develop a few well thought out questions that reflect your knowledge of the company, their future plans and how you fit within them. Certainly your questions should also focus around the variables that increase the success of the specific position you're applying for and not deal with the benefits, salary, or work schedule, travel requirements, or expenses. As these questions will turn off an interviewer and are premature. Your questions should be a reflection of the type of executive you are and will be if they hire you and therefore should be designed to show how you'll be successful and valuable for their organization.

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