Group LP Selfies
2016 Pizza Party Winners
Walmart Mexico & Central America (Walmex) AP, Security &
"Improved loss metrics are the result of an
improved customer experience"
Toys R Us/Babies R Us
Asset Protection Team East
"Investigating the National Archives" while
at a recent Staff Meeting in
PayPal Global AP Team
The Home Depot Gulf Region
Operations Manager Team
"Driving A Culture of Operational Excellence Through Process and People"
Toys R Us Regional AP Managers Central Region
"Aligning Asset Protection team with
the customer experience."
Bob's Discount Furniture
Loss Prevention & Safety Team
"No gimmicks, just pure value!"
2016 NRF Protect Winner
Bi-Mart Loss Prevention Team
"Achieving Results Through
The Story Behind the Winning Selfie
Corporate LP Manager for Bi-Mart, shares the story behind the
'50s-themed photo that won him a free trip to NRF Protect.
View all of the year's best Group LP Selfie's on
The Great Debate #1
Active Shooter Response
Are You Ready?
The LPM Profile of the Future & Importance of Community Relations
ORC - The Great Debate #2
NYPD Commissioner William Bratton Speech
Trooper Frankie Williams
Before becoming a trooper, Williams
worked more than eight years at a Lowe's store as a Loss Prevention
Manager and customer service associate.
Nate Nathanson, An Industry Veteran
He is remembered by many co-workers for his friendly smile and
commitment to customers at Bed, Bath and Beyond, where he worked in LP
management for twenty years.
Food Lion Security Guard
Police said a heavy-set, light-skinned black male got into a
confrontation with the security guard that led to the shooting.
Jay Ferguson, Walmart LP Officer,
killed pursuing suspected shoplifter
when Ferguson confronted the suspect about not paying for flat screen
televisions, the man pulled a gun and shot him in the stomach.
Top 12 Stories of 2016
Walmart is closing 269 stores, laying off
thousands of employees
Walmart is closing 269
stores and laying off thousands of employees. The move will affect more
than 16,000 employees, including 10,000 in the US.
Netflix's Making a Murderer: An
A Must Read for All Investigators
Right or wrong, guilty or innocent, and regardless of how you feel about
the series or the case, this blog is one you should take the time to
Credit card terminal goes from safe to
compromised in less than three seconds
In a video
released by Miami Beach Police, two men work as a team to install a
credit card skimmer at a local gas station. In less than three seconds,
the terminal goes from safe to fully compromised.
Kmart, Sears closing 78 stores,
holding liquidation sales
At the end of the
fourth quarter, the company operated 731 Sears stores and 941 Kmart
doors, for a total of 1,672 locations.
New video released in Albuquerque
K-Mart death investigation
KRQE News 13 has
obtained new video following a controversial death at an Albuquerque
Retail Meltdown: Which Chains Are
Closing Stores in 2016?
With some retailers
closing all of their stores, and others, like Aeropostale, teetering on
the edge of heading into the great strip mall in the sky, this has been
a difficult year for brick-and-mortar retailers.
'Total chaos': 30-person brawl in
N.Y. Walmart includes metal bats, thrown canned goods
Video footage posted to Facebook shows someone toss a large trash can
through the air, garbage flying onto the floor.
Virginia toddler suffers horrific
injury after pallet falls from Sam's Club shelf
toddler and his father are recovering after a pallet crashed down on
them from a high shelf inside a Virginia Sam's Club.
Gap Distribution Center Fire
Authorities say a massive
blaze that ripped through a Gap Inc. distribution center in New York was
intentionally set. The firecaused heavy damage to part of the Fishkill
facility about 50 miles north of New York City.
National Business Emergency
Operations Center (NBEOC) has been activated in response to Hurricane
The NBEOC will hold daily calls to hear
from partners regarding employee wellness needs, business continuity
issues, and any supply chain impacts that may be affecting your
organization as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
Macy's is about to close more
stores - here's where they will likely shut down
The retailer revealed plans in August to shut down 100 stores in early
2017 as it battles slowing sales and growing online competition.
CVS Health to close 70 stores
CVS Health has embarked on a three-step streamlining initiative with a
goal of saving approximately $3 billion from 2017 to 2021.
for the year's Top 5 Retail Data Breaches and more notable stories from
12 ORC Cases
Leader Of International, $200 Million Credit
Card Fraud Scam Sentenced To 80 Months In Prison
New York man was sentenced to 80 months for leading one of the largest
credit card fraud schemes ever charged by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Five Arrested in $1M+ Florida Cargo Theft Ring
Once the defendants stole both the cargo and trailers, they returned to
Miami to sell the stolen property on the black market.
$500,000 Major CC Fraud Gang Busted in
Atlanta hitting Best Buy Stores
nearly 400 fake credit cards inside an apartment along with multiple
New York, NY: Bikini model charged in
$2M identity-theft ring
An identity theft ring that
included a sultry bikini model racked up $2 million in fraudulent charges to
bankroll lavish trips, luxury cars and fancy shopping sprees, authorities
Woman gets 3 years for role in $200M
credit card fraud scam
The Department of Justice says
the New Jersey-based crime ring created more than 7,000 fake identities to
get tens of thousands of credit cards. Nineteen people were charged.
Westwood, CA: 9 charged with robbing 10 jewelry stores of $6 million
in designer loot
The 10 crimes attributed to the men occurred at several
different shopping centers where they snatched up 30 Rolex watches worth
more than $450,000.
Filipino man admits running $9M
global credit card cybercrime ring in Newark, N.J.
According to court
documents, Virtucio purchased stolen debit and credit card numbers from
computer hackers and encoded new cards with the stolen data.
Six member fraud gang busted for $9M scheme
Hit Home Depot
& Target Stores
Over a period of four years, the defendants conspired to
steal more than $9 million by defrauding retailers, banks, credit card
processing companies and credit card holders.
"Operations Pandora" sends 3 to prison for the theft of over $800,000 in
Three men were sentenced to prison Friday as members of an
organized retail theft ring that stole over $800,000 in jewelry in New
Jersey and five other states.
Miami, FL: Five
charged in theft of 23,000 Apple iPhones valued at over $7 million
FBI arrested five people who are accused of stealing 23,000 iPhones worth
nearly $7 million.
Stratford, Conn., man
guility in $3.9M fencing scheme
The man participated in a conspiracy to
purchase stolen property from "boosters," who typically were shoplifters
with opioid addictions, and then resell the property at online websites.
NYPD recovers $7 million in counterfeit Apple
and Samsung electronics
Police scored big on Thursday, when they
recovered several million dollars in cash and counterfeit Samsung and Apple
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reports and a complete list of this year's ORC leaders, visit