Crowley was promoted to Head of Profit Protection
for John Lewis
Mark was previously the Senior Manager of Profit Protection for
the London retailer and has been with the company since 2014. He has also held
other loss prevention and asset protection positions such as Senior Manager,
Global Asset & Profit Protection Operations for Burberry, District LP Manager
for Gap Inc., and Audit/Head Office LP Manager for Arcadia Group. Mark earned
his Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology with Business
Information Systems from Middlesex University. Congratulations Mark!
The ISIS Terror Threat in America
Homeland Security Committee compiled an ISIS Terror Threat Snapshot in America
for the month of July 2016.
At the 2016 RLPSA Annual Conference, from Charles "Buck" Hamilton, Protective
Security Advisor (PSA) with the Department of Homeland Security, described
restaurants as having the characteristics of soft targets.
Click here to download the ISIS Terror Threat in America Snapshot.
Extra Firearms Police
Sent to Patrol London Streets, Malls, Public Spaces
London's Operation Hercules - American Woman
Antiterrorist firearms officers have
been deployed to patrol the streets and shopping malls of London
as the city woke up on Thursday to the murder of an American woman in
Russell Square by a man wielding a knife.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has announced the
start of Operation Hercules, which provides for an extra
600 armed officers pulled from various parts of England to protect London
against the threat of terrorist attacks similar to recent ones in France and
The Met said the armed officers would be on "proactive
operations and targeted patrols," both on foot and in vehicles, across
London. Some have been given BMW motorcycles to ensure a quicker response to
The police deployment comes just hours after an American
woman in her sixties was knifed to death in Russell Square by a teenager
said by police to be mentally ill. Five others were injured in the attack,
which police have described as spontaneous with victims selected at random.
Russell Square is near The British Museum, the Brunswick Centre - a
shopping mall with an arts cinema - and a host of show venues during
The Met's move comes as France and Germany step up
public security in the wake of attacks large and small that have killed and
injured hundreds in past months. wwd.com
Recent Tragedies Spark Interest in Active Shooter Training
School administrators and business owners are tackling the question:
What can be done to prepare?
Across the country, including Kern County, many are
turning to "active shooter training." A Google search Friday turned up
articles related to recent active shooter training events in Florida,
Nebraska, Georgia, Arkansas and Texas.
Roswell, GA: Suspect
arrested in shooting deaths behind Publix
20-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and will be charged in the shooting
deaths of two 17-year-olds, police said. But investigators declined to
discuss a possible motive or whether the suspect knew the teenagers. Jeffrey
Hazelwood of Roswell was taken into custody early Wednesday at an area gas
station, Roswell police Chief Rusty Grant said. He was being held at the
Roswell detention center, but will be taken to the Fulton County jail, where
he will be charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of Natalie
Henderson and Carter Davis, both of Roswell, Grant said. Hazelwood was
already in custody by the time officers executed a search warrant at a small
ranch on Gilhams Road, off Mabry Road and just outside of the Roswell city
limits. Grant declined to discuss how that search was related to the case,
but said currently, there are no other suspects. "We believe he acted
alone," Grant said. The chief said cellphone records from various phones
were crucial in identifying Hazelwood as the suspect. He also mentioned
messaging apps on cellphones as being useful in the investigation.
$72M Bitfinex hack could shake faith in bitcoin
The hack and cybertheft of nearly 120,000 bitcoins from the exchange platform
Bitfinex could scare away future investors in the cryptocurrency, experts warn.
Bitfinex announced that it had suspended trading on the platform Tuesday and
that it had discovered a security breach. In all, 119,756 bitcoins were
reportedly stolen, worth $72.3 million at the price when Bitfinex suspended
Requests Court to Keep Identities of Executives Under Seal
Executives At Bankrupt
Sports Authority Ask For Bonuses, Get Denied
Executive protection at the key of the request. The company
asked to keep the identities of the executives under seal to "minimize
detrimental impacts on employee morale," which prompted an outcry from some
of the 14,000 former staffers.
A U.S. bankruptcy judge refused on
Tuesday to allow Sports Authority to pay up to $2.85 million in bonuses to
four executives for overseeing the winding down of the national sporting
goods chain. Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy in March with hopes of
keeping some of its 464 stores open, but battles among lenders and suppliers
eventually scuttled those plans. Its final stores closed last month.
Bankrupt companies often get court approval to make special bonus
payments to top executives for hitting performance targets designed to
maximize value for creditors.
The New $9.5B Expense No
One Was Prepared For
Retailers prepare to deal with new overtime
federal overtime regulations set to take effect near the end of the
year, retailers are analyzing their staffing and pay structures to find the
most efficient route to compliance. Without action, they could see labor
costs significantly rise, and experts say employers will experience a
dramatic increase in administrative costs even if actual payroll costs
remain the same.
Under the new rules, employers will be required to
overtime to most workers who make up to $47,476 per year when they work
more than 40 hours a week - more than double the current threshold of
$23,660; the level will automatically increase every three years based on
If nothing is done to block the rules, overtime will be
required for an additional 2.2 million workers in the retail and restaurant
industries alone, mostly managers and assistant managers currently paid a
fixed salary, according to a
2015 study conducted for NRF by Oxford Economics. That would
cost retailers and restaurants an additional $9.5 billion a year.
The Central Station
Alarm Association, CSAA, looks for experts to form new tech standards
New standards apply to monitoring centers,
CSAA is looking for
subject matter experts on a variety of up and coming technologies to join
its new Emerging Technologies Committee-a division of its Standards
Committee-to help form new standards. The committee is looking for
individuals knowledgeable about GPS/mobile services including mPERS, active
shooter systems, video technology, telehealth, home automation and mass
notification systems. CSAA is seeking experts from PSAPs, fire and medical
services, and law enforcement, as well as those in the monitoring industry.
The feds are cracking
down on counterfeits in Tampa Bay
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a division of the Department of
Homeland Security, has initiated cases against at least seven people in the
past year in U.S. District Court for Florida's middle district, which
includes the Tampa Bay area, alleging the counterfeiting of consumer
products, chiefly women's handbags.
A Hernando County couple is
accused of selling nearly $1.4 million worth of purses infringing on the
trademarks of Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada, Hermes and Gucci. A Pinellas
couple sold more than $878,000 worth of the stuff.
group supervisor of fraud investigations for Homeland Security said "But
it's more accessible. It's out there on every corner. The volumes we
see are just gigantic."
Worker crushed by
packages at Buffalo FedEx facility
packages were against the back wall of the truck when the pallet carrying
them tipped over, pinning Reese. Although several employees tried to free
Reese, it took a fork lift to get the pallet off of him. He died at the
scene after paramedics tried to save him. oshatoday.com
Director, Field Asset
Protection for lululemon athletica in Vancouver, B.C., Canada
The director of field asset protection's (AP) primary responsibility will be
to create an environment that unlocks the full potential of the high
performing field AP team. This position will provide strategic leadership
while fostering high-level cross-functional partnerships to gain alignment
for AP initiatives throughout North America. linkedin.com
survey shows 11.5% increase in shopping - $75.8B
Weis Markets Opens
Five Stores In Baltimore County; More than 500 former Mars Super Markets
employees find positions with Weis
July Same Store Sales
Costco down 2%
Fred's down 4.6%
The Buckle down 10.8%
Quarterly Same Store
Canadian Tire Q2 comp's up 2.9%, FGL Sports
comp's up 5.8%, Mark's comp's up 4.6%, sales up 3.1%
Party City Q2 comp's
up 3.8%, sales up 5%
Restaurant Brands Int. Q2 - Tim Hortons comp's up
2.7%, Burger King comp's up 0.6%, sales flat
Ingles Markets Q2 retail
grocery comp's up 2.6%, sales up 1.2%
Sally Beauty Q3 comp's up 2.5%,
sales up 3.1%
Fiesta Restaurants Q2 Pollo Tropical comp's up 1.4%, Taco
Cabana comp's down 3.8%, sales up 5.6%
Jack in the Box Q3 comp's up 1.1%,
Qdoba comp's up 0.6%,
hhgregg Q1 comp's down 3.9%, sales down 4%
Cato Q2 comp's down 6%, sales down 5%
Ignite Restaurants Group Q2 comp's
down 6.7%, sales down 9.4%
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Is Changing Way Companies Assess Risk, Fraud - Part 3
Scott Stephenson, chairman and chief executive of Verisk Analytics, a
provider of data, analytics and decision support software primarily for the
insurance, natural resources, and financial services sectors, discusses how
analytics is changing risk assessments and how analytics helps companies
How does that list differ from what you would have said if I
asked you this question two years ago?
Stephenson: Cyberrisk may not have made our list a couple of years
ago. Instead, we probably would have highlighted regulatory and compliance
risks as stronger emerging risks at that time.
What are some
below-the-radar risks companies need to be thinking about but may not be
Mr. Stephenson: Below-the-radar
risks can have high impact and strike at any time, but they're also
unpredictable and perhaps infrequent, so we tend not to think about them.
Three come to mind: business interruption due to natural or man-made extreme
events, risk to intangible assets such as intellectual property and
reputation and long-term sustainability considerations.
business interruption are all around us. Power disruptions due to Superstorm
Sandy affected eight million businesses and households across 12 states.
Intangible assets can carry tangible risks. Intellectual property gets
stolen or misappropriated all the time. Brands can suffer irredeemable
damage based on single events that are then broadcast instantly to the
In considering long-term business sustainability,
remember that companies can make data-based decisions quicker and with more
insight and accuracy using sophisticated data analytic tools. When applied
across the enterprise, such decisions in production, sales or service create
a virtuous cycle of continuous improvements-producing a corporate culture of
analytically driven, sustainable performance. Read
Part 1 and
Part 2 from the Daily.
Feds might force your board
to be cyber-aware
The Cybersecurity Disclosure Act of 2015 would require
Boards to specify which
of their directors is a cybersecurity "expert"
The Cybersecurity Disclosure Act of 2015 (S.2410 of the 114th Congress) is a
law proposed on Dec. 15, 2015 which states that if your business is publicly
held (shares of your stock are sold on the open exchanges such as NYSE, NASDAQ
and others) your official filings with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)
must state who on the board is a cybersecurity expert.
Moreover, if your board doesn't have a designated cybersecurity, you'll
have to explain why.
In government-speak it intends "To
promote transparency in the oversight of cybersecurity risks at publicly traded
companies." If the board does not have a DCE the company must explain why it
feels that it does not need one and what measures it is taking to protect itself
from cybercrime and cyberattacks.
The law is still in the pending/proposed
stage but if it is passed, the SEC will create and publish guidelines within a
year of its approval specifying what publicly traded companies must publish in
their annual reports in regards to cybersecurity threat prevention.
June 2014 Luis A. Aguilar, commissioner at the US Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) said:
"Boards that choose to ignore, or
minimize, the importance of cybersecurity oversight responsibility, do so at
their own peril."
Sally Beauty board named
global cyber security expert Erin Nealy Cox as an independent director,
effective Aug. 1
Credit card thieves could
still counterfeit despite chip technology, researchers say
Researchers at NCR Corporation, a credit card processing technology company,
discovered the EMV chip-based system, which has been praised for making it
difficult to counterfeit credit cards, could be jeopardized by credit card
thieves if they rewrite the code in the card's magnetic strip, which is
supposed to tell payment machines to use the chip, to appear the card has no
chip at all.
The code can be rewritten because many retailers do not encrypt transactions
through their payment machines. This makes card information vulnerable. Payment
machines are not encrypted by default, so stores have to pay more to do so and
thus protect their customers.
Two examples of this occurring in national
retailers are the hacks that
Target and the
Home Depot experienced two years ago, where many customers experienced
credit card theft.
"There's a common misperception EMV solves everything.
It doesn't," said Patrick Watson, one of the researchers.
advised that retailers "encrypt everything" during a transaction and encouraged
customers to pay by app or another high-tech option when available. aol.com
BSI teams up with Worldwide Golf Enterprises to help the Retailer maintain its
existing EAS Infrastructure while reducing repair and replacement costs
Worldwide Golf Enterprises is one of the nation's largest discount golf
equipment retailers with 85 stores in 18 states. Its stores operate under the
names of Edwin Watts Golf, Roger Dunn Golf Shops, The Golf Mart, Van's Golf
Shops, Golfers' Warehouse and Uinta Golf. It is also an authorized dealer for
all major golf brands including Titleist, Ping, TaylorMade, Callaway, Nike, Puma
and Adidas to name a few. With its huge selection of golf products, apparel and
accessories, it is tremendously popular with its customers but unfortunately
with shoplifters too.
Worldwide Golf Enterprises has deployed electronic article surveillance (EAS)
systems in many of its locations to help protect its high-end, highly
sought-after merchandise. Not only is its merchandise coveted by the avid
golfer, it also can fetch a fair price on the grey or black market making it a
target for both amateur and professional shoplifters. The problem Mike Mata,
Worldwide Golf's Director of Loss Prevention, faced was keeping his fleet of EAS
systems in proper working order to maintain their effectiveness while staying
within the allocated budget.
Mata was approached by BSI Director of EAS Sales August Polito with a proposal
to replace Mata's existing non-working EAS systems with
BSI Certified Pre-owned
Ultra Post units at a cost that would be lower than repairing the old ones. In
addition to replacing the original systems, Polito also proposed adding another
pre-owned system to provide additional coverage at the front of the stores.
"I must admit I was skeptical when I first heard about the certified pre-owned
EAS option that could replace my non-working EAS system as well as add an
additional system for the store entrance for about the same price as the
original equipment manufacturer's repair bill," said Mata. "I thought it was too
good to be true, as it turned out it wasn't."
Certified Pre-Owned EAS systems offer retailers the ability to extend their
original investment in their EAS infrastructure. BSI specializes in providing
hard-to-find legacy equipment, completely refurbished and delivered in "like
new" condition with a warranty that is comparable to ones that are provided with
new products. BSI also offers accessories like detachers, deactivators and tags.
Certified Pre-Owned EAS systems can deliver significant savings while offering
the same quality as new systems. All of BSI certified pre-owned systems and
accessories are re-conditioned back to their original specifications and subject
to stringent testing to guarantee the highest quality.
Mata chose to deploy BSI's Certified Pre-Owned Ultra Posts in several locations
where the original equipment was no longer operational. He believed that this
was a win-win option for his organization where he would be getting a working
EAS system along with additional coverage from a "new" EAS system at the front
entrance. Mata was impressed with the fact that the certified pre-owned systems
looked new and brought his boss to a location to see first-hand how the systems
looked and operated. Mata also chose the optional advertising sleeve for the
pedestals as a way to generate additional funding by selling advertising space
to his suppliers.
"We have been very happy with the quality of the systems and the professionalism
of the BSI team. We are pleased with our partnership with BSI and continue to
add additional BSI certified pre-owned EAS systems to our other stores. These
systems are an option worth considering, you save money, reduce shrink and they
look great," concluded Mata.
How to have the best
ever year of your career...
Many employees receive a year
end evaluation and are given the challenge of writing their own self review.
Some have their entire yearly performance feedback condensed into a one-hour
snapshot. Does that seem fair?
In an outstanding, practical career and personal development
presentation Christopher McDonald - Senior Vice President of Loss Prevention
Compass Group NAD and Gary Moncur - Director of Loss Prevention Compass
Group NAD, two of loss prevention's leading experts on career development -
will share their invaluable insights into both delivering and receiving an
employee evaluation at Retail Risk - New York on 1st September. You will
gain direct insight into what senior executives are looking for in their
colleagues and how to make the right impression in the challenging world of
risk and loss prevention.
Their roles as leaders have, over the years, given them the
opportunity to present hundreds of reviews. At Retail Risk - New York they
will share their experiences, observations and suggestions to help guarantee
you a more productive discussion.
Importantly this session will
not only help you to develop skills that will serve you well in advancing
your career, but also in getting your own viewpoint across persuasively,
being taken "seriously" and acquire the power and influence to be of value
in shaping your company's future.
For further information or to
register for your free VIP delegate pass, go to
Retail Risk - New
York is a free to attend event for all retailers, academics, risk
professionals and law enforcement agencies.
is also hosting a workshop on maximizing your POS data at Retail Risk - New
York. For more information on this workshop, visit
Innovating for a smarter,
Within retail, video surveillance systems have traditionally been used for
safety and security.
network video solutions take such systems to a new level by not only offering
HDTV image quality both in real time and recordings, but also by combining this
with the latest intelligent video functions and invaluable analytic tools on the
Hedgie Bartol, Retail Business Development
Manager for Axis, tells us how this can improve your entire business, from
safety and loss prevention to merchandising and store operations.
LPNN Quick Take #5
Dan Doyle, SVP, Chief Human Resources
Officer, Bealls Inc., and
Dr. Richard Hollinger
of the University of Florida, discuss National Retail Security Survey trends,
diversion program effectiveness, and the impact of higher felony threshold laws.
Providers, have a video or commercial you want to publish?
Wal-Mart in Talks to Buy
Web Retailer Jet.com for $3B according to sources
Wal-Mart has scrambled to keep pace with Amazon, which overtook Wal-Mart by
market capitalization a year ago and now sports a market value that is 50%
larger. Wal-Mart's e-commerce sales reached nearly $14 billion, or 3% of its
$482 billion in annual revenue last year. Amazon's revenue was $107 billion
last year, including its Web-services business.
Ark.-based retailer has pledged $2 billion to boost e-commerce sales,
building new fulfillment centers and supporting a two-day free shipping
service that targets Amazon's popular Prime service. It has also tried to
goose sales with local grocery delivery and curbside pickup services. But
online growth has slowed for nine straight quarters. wsj.com
Google will test
delivery drones in the US
The White House announced
as part of an initiative to push research and safety measures for
PayPal Fraud and Carding
Are More Popular Than Bitcoin On The Deep Web
Many people often associate Bitcoin with illegal and fraudulent activity on
the Internet. But a new study goes to show Bitcoin is not being used for
illicit activity as often as one might think. In fact, carding and PayPal
fraud remain the two biggest payment threats on the internet right now. A
renewed interest in these types of activity is coming from the deep web,
which will hardly surprise anyone.
To put this into perspective, the
number of products related to carding sits at 1263, across 16 out of 17
marketplaces. Paypal-related tricks are ranked second with 1103 results
across 16 markets. The number of vendors for both of these "items" is well
above the 300 mark. This seems to indicate a significant number of internet
criminals are focusing their attention on these particular items.
There are illicit Bitcoin materials sold on the deep web as well. It is
unclear if this pertains to stolen funds, phishing sites, or other ways to
steal users' funds, though. A total of 443 search results came up for
Bitcoin, putting it well out of the top 10 of most commonly sold products on
the deep web.
CCROC 2016 Training and Conference Set for August 23-24
now to attend the 2016 Cook County Regional Organized Crime Training and
Conference in Oak Brook, Illinois. Registration is only $80 and includes
parking, beverages, breakfast, lunch, and snacks, as well as all speakers and
There will be over 500 attendees from law
enforcement, retail, security and investigations to train and network. Topics
will include cyber crime, analytics and the latest trends in Organized Retail
Crime, among others. This training is meant to provide attendees with useful
information that they can bring back to the field.
For more more information and to
County, FL: Smash & Grab Crew hitting stores and car dealerships in 3
counties caught in the act
recent smash and grabs in three counties could all be connected to the
Orlando-based crew. Citrus County deputies say they caught them in the act
during a burglary at Plaza Dodge in Inverness. "We all share information
that's what the bad guys don't realize," says Lindsay Blair from the Citrus
County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's office credits Intelligence Led
Policing for busting this ring and 2 other area drug operations recently.
Deputies know what crime trends are happening in other communities across
the county line and work together to stop it.
IL: $15,000 in purses stolen from Chanel on the Magnificent Mile
Two young men stole several purses Wednesday morning from a Chanel store
on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, just days after a police alert about thieves
targeting stores selling expensive purses. The store was only open for 30
minutes when the robbery occurred. In seconds, the thieves stole several
bags that were on display near the front door, police said. The purses could
be worth at least $15,000. Thieves have hit four stores in the past two
months near the Mag Mile.
Newark, DE: Acme
shoplifters steal $5,000 in medicine
stole 26 over-the-counter medications, including Nexium, Claritin, Mucinex,
Prilosec, Prevacid and Zegerid, as well as boxes of Crest Whitestrips
Mahwah, NJ: Man charged
with robbery after fighting with Home Depot Loss Prevention; 3 Deactivation
Michael S. Macleish, 61, was
recognized by the guard from a previous theft. On Tuesday night, police
said, he had drill bits and other items in concealed in his possession.
Police estimated the merchandise is valued at over $900.
Rush Twp, PA: PA State
Troopers discovers a Detacher and Booster Bags during traffic stop for
When the trooper approached the vehicle,
he detected the odor of marijuana from inside the SUV. Calling for backup,
troopers initiated a probable cause search. The search revealed a magnetic
security tag detacher, bags lined with foil and duct tape and marijuana. All
3 suspects in the vehicle were arrested.
Sunnyvale, CA: Two women arrested for
shoplifting at Target and Macy
entered a Macy's and purchased four bags. They then went to Target and
filled the bags with merchandise and left without paying for the items. They
returned to Macy's and started filling the bags with Macy's merchandise.
Columbia, PA: Police say
a woman attempted to apply for a job at the same store she stole from
Authorities say Rhonda Diehl, 44, had 16 items in her purse when she
attempted to apply for a job at Musser's Market. Police were already
investigating two retail thefts from the store from earlier in the week. The
third time, police were able to intercept Deihl and make an arrest.
Elk Grove, CA: Four
arrested for Toys R Us $1,600 theft
adults and one teenager are accused of stealing more than $1,600 worth of
goods from a Toys R Us store. Elk Grove police reportedly found most of the
merchandise in a suspect's car that had an infant passenger.
Owensboro, KY: Juvenile charged with
$1,195 theft from Walmart
Egg Harbor, NJ: Boscov's reports the
theft of over $1,000 in merchandise; Police release photos
Sunnyvale, CA: Two adult females
charged with the theft of $945.76 worth of baby formula from Safeway
Youngstown, OH: Two men and two women
reportedly stole $800 worth of merchandise, including DVD players, from
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Covina, CA: Home Depot
Robbery suspect swings hatchet, bites Loss Prevention
A man suspected of stealing from The Home Depot tried to hit
employees with a stolen hatchet and bit one in the arm during a fight
Tuesday. Covina Police said two security guards detained the suspect until
police arrived. He said the man allegedly took three pairs of work gloves, a
hatchet and a claw hammer.
KY: Man trying to steal $1,200 of merchandise from Walmart, pulls gun on
Customer trying to help
Benjamin L. Comer,
26, of Paducah, has been charged in warrants with first-degree robbery and
first-degree fleeing or evading. Illinois State Police have also warned some
residents in Massac County to be on the look out for Comer. They said they
consider him armed and dangerous. A customer service manager told officers
she saw a man exit the store with two shopping carts full of merchandise
without paying for the items. She said she followed him and asked him to
stop, but he cursed her and continued into the parking lot. A 50-year-old
customer saw what was happening and followed the man into the parking lot
trying to stop him. The customer said the man put some of the merchandise
into a car, then pulled a pistol from the floorboard of the car and pointed
it at him. The man then got into the car and left.
Tustin, CA: Police are looking for two women
who allegedly stole a watch while distracting a store employee, officials
At 4 p.m. June 28 the
two women entered Atlantis Watches. The women distracted the employee as one
woman stole a watch, valued at about $8,000.
OK: Heroic bystander tackles man Assaulting a Police Officer during credit
card fraud arrest
A heroic bystander rushed
to the aid of an Oklahoma police officer who was attacked while trying to
arrest a credit card fraud suspect. The unnamed civilian reportedly tackled
the suspect as he struggled with officers outside a dance studio in Edmond.
The officers chased the suspect and an accomplice, who escaped, after
receiving reports of cloned credit cards had been used at a local grocery
UK: London: Officer seriously injured during
Jewelry store Smash & Grab arrest
Machete-wielding thieves were dramatically stopped by plain-clothed police
officers as they tried to rob a luxury jewelry shop in London. The gang,
riding two mopeds, were ready to pounce in Piccadilly in central London at
around 11.25am when officers from Scotland Yard's anti-robbery Flying Squad
took them out. One Police Officer remains in a serious condition in
Mahwah, NJ: Man charged with robbery
after fighting with Home Depot Loss Prevention
Thousand Oaks, CA: Blood left at scene
part of case against jewelry store robbery suspect
Baton Rouge, LA: Police searching for
Armed Robbery suspects targeting Circle K stores
Jackson, TN: Man Indicted on 14
Burglary charges; hit Outdoor Inc, Office Max, Best Buy and Dick's Sporting
Martin, TN: ATF Reward
for info about fatal Dollar General Arson
employee died in the fire, which took place at the Dollar General in Martin
around 5 a.m. on July 27. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco announced the
reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction
of the person or persons responsible for the fire. The fire caused around
$250,000 in damage to the building.
Fresno, CA: Police seeking to ID
suspect in Walmart Arson case; photo released
South Bend, IN: Four area business searched for
Counterfeit Merchandise; 3,000 items seized
Investigators seized shoes, hats, purses and other clothing.
Police say it's believed those items are "imitations of name brand
merchandise" such as Nike, Michael Kors, Timberland, North Face, Polo, NFL,
NBA, NHL, and MLB. More than 3000 items of suspected counterfeit merchandise
Denver, CO: 4 men face
racketeering charges for selling counterfeit Denver Broncos merchandise
Sales went on for 9 years at Mile High Flea Market in Commerce City;
$868,0000 of merchandise sold, conspiracy had ties to China.
UK: Peterborough, England: Police seize
20,000 counterfeit cigarettes from store
ATM skimmer found in Moonpark, CA
Houston, TX: ATM skimming device on ATM
hits for $60,000 in damages
Westerly, CT: Man charged in theft of
Porsche; investigation reveals alleged credit card skimming operation
Rock Hill, SC: First Citizen's Bank
Customer foils ATM skimming attempt
Atlantis Watches - Tustin, CA - Robbery / $8,000
BP - Madison, WI - Burglary
Circle K - Baton Rouge, LA - Armed Robbery
Circle K - Auburn, ME - Robbery
Custom Counters - Schaumburg, IL - Burglary
Dollar General - Midwest City, OK - Armed Robbery/
Dollar General - Dayton, OH - Robbery
Dollar General - New Orleans, LA - Robbery
Dollar General - Opelousas, LA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Van Buren, AR - Robbery/ Assaul
Kaufman by Design - Little Rock, AR - Burglary
Liquor Barn - Indianapolis, IN - Robbery/ Assault
Log Cabin Liquor - Ventura, CA - Armed Robbery
Mustang Firearms - Grass Valley, CA - Burglary/ 20
Rite Aid - Falmouth, ME - Armed Robbery
Rod & Gun Sport Shop - Barron County, WI - Burglary
/ 8 handguns stolen
Sheraden Mini-Mart - Pittsburgh, PA - Armed
Robbery/ toy gun
Super Mercado - Racine, WI - Armed Robbery
Walmart - Fresno, CA - Arson
7-Eleven - Las Vegas, NV - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Odessa, TX - Robbery
7-Eleven - Romeoville, IL - Robbery
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operations as well as certain investigations in the home and international offices. A minimum of 15 years experience in executive protection and/or
corporate security with international security experience. Experience managing teams of people and administering a budget. Previous military or law enforcement
experience is a plus. Proven ability to partner with local, state, federal, and international law enforcement.
Director of Loss Prevention
Rocky Mount, NC
This is a retained search for the D&D Daily.
specialist, asset protection, will oversee safety practices within an assigned
group of stores. This position will execute the safety program designed to
minimize associate and customer accidents...
Senior Manager Region Asset Protection
The Sr. Manager, region asset protection, is responsible for providing oversight
in the protection of company assets and executing asset protection programs
designed to minimize inventory shrink, workers compensation claims, general
liability claims, bad checks and cash losses within an assigned region. This
leader will direct and supervise a team of asset protection professionals and
will have complete responsibility for managing investigations and auditing
programs to ensure effectiveness and departmental compliance...
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