The #1 Digital News Source for Retail Loss Prevention,
IT Security & Safety Executives throughout North America

FREE Daily
eNews Special
Reports Spotlight on
Leadership ORC
News Canadian
Push Vendor
Spotlights LP
Newswire Group LP
ORC 8-4-14




ID theft criminals score during back-to-school time
Individuals ages 29 and younger represent 26 percent of all ID-theft victims. And as the back-to-school season revs up and students in this age bracket begin registering and enrolling in classes, completing health forms and sharing emergency contacts, ID-theft criminals are ramping up efforts to steal personal information. According to the Federal Trade Commission, 6 percent of identity-theft complaints involve victims who are 19 years old and younger. Another 20 percent of complaints involve victims who range in age from 20 to 29, a demographic that includes those who are entering college or are new to the workforce. Those percentages mean that some 786,000 people 19 years old and younger and 2.6 million 20- to 29-year-olds will become identity-theft victims each year. (Source

Three women sought for shoplifting from Victoria's Secret in Taunton, MA
Three women allegedly targeted Victoria’s Secret in the Silver City Galleria Thursday night, making off with items an employee told police were worth $870. The employee told police she noticed three young Asian women standing near the lingerie store’s panty area. She said, when she saw one of them place a shirt in her handbag, she warned the woman to leave the item at the register until she was ready to pay and leave. She told the officer she did an inventory check and found that as many as 60 pairs of panties were missing. (Source

Shoplifting Attempt at Walmart in Corpus Christi Lands Three in Jail
In an effort to shoplift some items from a Wal-Mart store got three people taken down at gunpoint. It happened outside this store at SPID and Greenwood. A CCISD officer working security saw 4 people walk out of the store with a variety of items without paying for them. As she confronted them, three of them tried to run away and one of them took out a hatchet, the officer then drew her gun as she called for help. Two men and a woman in her 20's was arrested. The fourth person turned out to be not involved. Store officials say they tried to steal over $200 of clearance items, including that hatchet. (Source


ORC 8-4-14
Powered by Design By J, LLC
ASP.NET Shopping Cart Software