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RLPSA Announces Newly Elected President and Board Members

The Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association (RLPSA) announces its new President, Wendy Hans, Director of Fraud and Loss Control for AMC Theatres, as well as its newest restaurant Board Members:

Jason Swanson, Senior Manager of Asset Protection at MOD Pizza
Dan Lieberman, Director of Loss Prevention at Southeast QSR, LLC Restaurants
Heather Hearn, Senior Security Advisor at Wawa, Inc.

Solution Provider Liaison New Board Members:

Basia Pietrawska, Vice President, Consulting and Analytics at CAP Index
David Donna, Attorney at Donna Law Firm p.c.

"It's very exciting to announce Wendy Hans as the first female president of RLPSA," said Octavio Jara, Sr. Manager of Security for McDonald's and outgoing President of the RLPSA. "Wendy is a phenomenal leader and true expert in her craft. She will lead RLPSA over the next two years executing RLPSA's mission with a unique perspective and experience at AMC Theatres."

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ADT Reports First Quarter 2022 Results

- Record-high customer retention and highest-ever recurring monthly revenue balance
- 18% revenue growth versus prior year with continued growth in subscribers
- Affirming 2022 guidance metrics provided at Investor Day

BOCA RATON, Fla., May 05, 2022 -- ADT Inc., the most trusted brand in smart home and small business security, today reported results for the first quarter of 2022.

"The momentum we've built in our business is producing results, illustrated by strong improvements to our revenue and earnings, growth in subscribers, and record-high customer retention," said ADT President and CEO Jim DeVries. "At our Investor Day earlier this year, we laid out a plan to meaningfully grow our revenue, earnings, and cash flows through 2025. With several of our achievements this quarter - from launching the Google Doorbell, to a strong start for ADT Solar, to expansion of our customer-friendly virtual service options - we are already showing progress against that plan as we lead the way in delivering safe, smart, and sustainable solutions."

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Senior NRF Job Posting

In Case You Missed It
VP, AP & Retail Operations job posted for the NRF in Washington D.C.
The National Retail Federation (NRF) has represented retail for over a century. Every day, we passionately stand up for the people, policies and ideas that help retail thrive. As the nation's largest private-sector employer, retail contributes $2.6 trillion to the annual gross domestic product (GDP); no other industry comes close. Wherever the industry goes, the nation follows - so we're committed to helping retail go further.

NRF has an excellent opportunity for an experienced leader who will develop strategies, operational and educational programs, and products and services for the retail loss prevention (LP) / asset protection (AP), security, and operations communities.

The candidate will oversee the development of innovative strategies, programs and solution which help retailers mitigate loss and reduce total retail risk; Direct oversight of the NRF Loss Prevention Council and Retail Operations Council; engage in member outreach to ensure an active, robust and diverse Council membership; Identify and support the development of partnerships; engage in regular outreach and communication with existing and potential partners to maintain and enhance NRF's reputation and value to asset protection and operations communities. recruiting.paylocity.com

The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

Throughout the U.S. the Push is on to Crackdown on the ORC Epidemic
And it seems like most politicians are not only behind it but a number appear to be leading the charge

Albuquerque Journal, N.M.: State must keep the heat on shoplifters

Pass ORC House Bill 29

More often than not, shoplifting is a fairly low-disturbance event with the perpetrators simply walking away with an armload or shopping cart full of stolen goods. That is egregious enough. But two recent violent incidents at Walmart and Cabela's caused pure mayhem, and created a significant threat to public safety with gunfire and distraction arson.

The good news is these brash incidents resulted in arrests. And the Organized Retail Crime Task Force, spearheaded by the Attorney General's Office, has taken on the Sisyphean task of shutting down shoplifting rings and teamed up with law enforcement agencies and retail stores to "aggressively target, arrest and prosecute repeat offenders." We say about time, thank you and please don't let up.

Candidates for public office are making much of Albuquerque's crime problem as we head toward the June primary. They all say something needs to change. No argument there. Besides the most obvious fix - putting more officers on the street - lawmakers need to revive and pass legislation like ORC House Bill 29 that specifically calls out these serial thieves and does not allow them to steal $499.99 over and over again and walk away with misdemeanor charges.

This editorial first appeared in the Albuquerque Journal. It was written by members of the editorial board and is unsigned as it represents the opinion of the newspaper rather than the writers. abqjournal.com

NM Attorney General & Albuquerque's Mayor View ORC As Major Safety Issue

Albuquerque's ORC Task Force Has Been Busy & Successful
The task force was launched last summer in an effort to stop retail crime around the state.

March 28, 2022: Retail crime operation nets 16 arrests
A week-long law enforcement operation targeting shoplifters and thieves at big-box stores netted 16 arrests and uncovered thousands of dollars in stolen items, authorities reported on March 28th, 2022.

From working undercover in stores like Walmart, Target, Kohl's and others, to serving existing warrants and even two suspects arriving at the stores in stolen vehicles.

"Families in New Mexico deserve safer communities and the task force will continue targeting emboldened felony offenders in our retail centers to disrupt crime at all levels," NM AG Hector Balderas said in a statement.

"We're seeing the results of our heightened coordination between businesses, APD and prosecutors to stop the organized retail crime that wreaks havoc on businesses and residents who are just trying to shop safely," Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller said in a statement. "These latest arrests make it clear - if you are committing these brazen robberies, you will be caught and prosecuted." abqjournal.com

   Feb. 8th, 2022, AG Reports on Two-Day Organized Retail Crime Operation; Nets 17 Arrests

   NM Bill 331 Extends Property Crimes Task Force Until Jan. 1, 2026

   Editorial: Finally, NM's violent shoplifting rings are in legal system sights

Target Gift Cards #1 Choice for Scammers
In San Fran. They're the #1 Choice for Shoplifters

Lowe's and Target Just Issued This Major Warning to Shoppers

The two retailers are at the center of a concerning problem.

According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), scammers have gained quite a foothold in the U.S. over the past few years through the use of gift cards. "Both the number of reported gift card scams and total losses have increased every year since 2018," the agency warned in a Dec. 2021 report. The FTC also released data showing that in the first nine months of 2021 alone, around 40,000 people had reported $148 million stolen through gift cards. And this is hardly even the full scope of the problem, as the agency said most incidences of these types of scams actually go unreported.

On May 5, NBC-affiliate WFLA in Tampa, Florida, reported that a Bay Area man recently lost more than $7,000 because of a gift card scam. The man, who is a disabled veteran with a traumatic brain injury, said it all started when his laptop froze and a message appeared directing him to call a listed phone number for help. According to the victim, the person at the end of the call demanded he buy gift cards from both Lowe's and Target to clear up a credit card issue and was "extremely convincing" in that he could face criminal charges if he did not comply.

Target is "aware of the prevalence of gift card schemes and takes them very seriously," company spokesman Brian Harper-Tibaldo, told WFLA. According to Harper-Tibaldo, Target has signs in its stores alerting shoppers to the issue and has also been training team members to watch out for this type of scam. "This year, we've made additional efforts to help prevent gift card schemes, including communication to all of our stores, team member training and new system restrictions," he added.

This is the top retailer targeted by gift card scams

The FTC said that scammers usually demand gift cards be bought from specific retailers-and at the top of that list is Target. According to the agency, shoppers reported losing a total of $35 million from Target gift cards scams, which was more than twice as much money that was reported lost through any other brand. "In the first nine months of 2021, people who reported losing money buying gift cards mentioned Target stores more than other retailers," the FTC noted. "Reports suggest that Walmart, Best Buy, CVS, and Walgreens stores are also popular with scammers."  bestlifeonline.com

Manhattan DA Has More Problems - New Progressive Laws
Why Hundreds of New York City Prosecutors Are Leaving Their Jobs

New burdens, low pay and pandemic malaise prompted the resignations of a fifth of the legal work force in Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn.

New York City's prosecutors are leaving in droves, citing pandemic burnout, low salaries and two intersecting laws that fundamentally changed the nature of their jobs.

This year alone, 36 have left the Brooklyn district attorney's office and 44 Manhattan's. At least 28 have left the Bronx, and the nine Staten Island assistant district attorneys who have left this year represented about 10 percent of that office's prosecutorial staff. The Queens office told the New York City Council that it was on track this year to more than double last year's resignations.

In the past year, the Manhattan and Brooklyn district attorneys, who have about 500 prosecutors each, lost almost a fifth of that work force, a sharp increase from attrition averages before 2020. The Bronx is shedding lawyers at a similar pace, a total of 104 since July.

When the pandemic arrived in New York two years ago, it disrupted nearly all court proceedings. At the same time, two new state laws took effect governing discovery - the sharing of all evidence, potential evidence and other case-related material. Prosecutors say the measures, which were intended to make trials fairer to defendants, create onerous amounts of paperwork. nytimes.com

84% Decrease in Law Enforcement Deaths - 99 Year-to-Date
5 Deaths in April: 2 Vehicular Assaults - 1 Illness - 1 Gunfire - 1 Heart Attack
In April, 5 law enforcement officers died in the line of duty. The cause breakdown (April 2022 only) is: 2 vehicular assaults, 1 duty related illness, 1 gunfire, and 1 heart attack. This means that the year-to-date total for line of duty deaths is at 99, a 84% decrease from the same time last year.

The Officer Down Memorial Page extends our deepest condolences to the families, friends, and agencies who lost a loved one to a line of duty death this past month. We encourage our supporters to read the memorials of each of the officers who died in the line of duty.   odmp.org

Banning Masks in Stores to Curb Theft?
Supermarket in France tries to ban masks inside 'to fight shoplifting'

The director of the Carrefour franchise store in southeast France said that people wearing masks during Covid had made it more difficult to identify thieves

A Carrefour supermarket in southeast France has attempted to ban customers from wearing masks completely in a bid - the shop director said - to combat shoplifting. The manager of the shop in Grenoble (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes) put up signs at the entrance saying that masks were "forbidden" inside and that customers' "faces must remain visible" when shopping.

Speaking to Libération, the director admitted to putting up the signs and said that the measure was "only taken for security reasons". He said that when masks were obligatory (due to the Covid crisis), it had no longer been possible to differentiate between honest customers and shoplifters.

The manager said that he was invoking the law of October 11, 2010, which bans the covering of faces in public. However, this law does not apply to face coverings worn for health reasons, and refers more to the use of several items (such as a hat and sunglasses) to obscure the face deliberately.

Wearing a mask to protect against Covid has no longer been legally required in France since mid-March, but people who wish to continue wearing one are free to do so. connexionfrance.com

More Federal Police Funding?
'We should not defund': Democrats press Pelosi for vote on police funding

Nearly 20 House Democrats are urging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to hold a vote on bipartisan legislation to boost funding for police as crime surges ahead of the midterms.

In an effort to address rising crime rates, 19 mostly moderate House Democrats are urging Speaker Nancy Pelosi to hold a vote soon on bipartisan legislation that would increase funding for police departments across the country.

"As national crime rates increase, including homicides, car jackings, and assaults, now is the time to support local law enforcement through passage of bipartisan, bicameral commonsense legislation," the Democrats wrote Friday in a letter to Pelosi, D-Calif., that was first shared with NBC News.

The letter is the latest sign that Democrats, fighting to preserve their fragile majority this fall, are concerned about rising crime and the "defund the police" messaging from progressives that contributed to the party's loss of 13 House seats in the 2020 election.

"Cutting to the bone only weakens any profession; it pushes good people out, diminishes overall quality, and fuels a race to the bottom. That's especially true in law enforcement," the lawmakers wrote. "To make our communities safer, build a future with less crime, and save lives, we should not defund - instead, we must invest to protect." nbcnews.com


COVID Update

579M Vaccinations Given

US: 83.5M Cases - 1M Dead - 80.9M Recovered
Worldwide: 517.3M Cases - 6.2M Dead - 472.1M Recovered

Former Senior Loss Prevention Executive
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Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 356   Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 766
*Red indicates change in total deaths

Massive COVID Wave Coming?
White House preps for cold-weather wave of 100M COVID infections
The White House is preparing for as many as 100 million Americans to get infected with COVID-19 during a wave this fall and winter if Congress does not provide new funding for vaccines and tests, a senior administration official said Friday, warning new money is needed to have enough vaccines for everyone.

A senior administration official told a small group of reporters on Friday that the estimate is the median of a range of models from outside experts that the administration consults, meaning it is also possible significantly more Americans catch the virus, especially if there is a major new variant.

That compares with the roughly 130-140 million Americans who are estimated to have been infected over the omicron wave this winter, which led to a significant spike in deaths. thehill.com

Apple workers in Shanghai riot over COVID restrictions
Factory workers at a Shanghai facility that makes Apple products rioted on Thursday, clashing with guards in hazmat suits and jumping across security barriers in an apparent mutiny against strict coronavirus restrictions, dramatic social media video shows.

The news comes more than a month into a citywide lockdown in Shanghai that has seen desperate residents confined to their apartments - some without adequate food - as police patrol the streets.

Meanwhile, many Shanghai facilities including the Apple factory have sought to keep operating during the lockdown though a "closed loop" production system. Under this system, employees are generally banned from leaving company facilities even during off hours and are forced to live and sleep in the factory or at a nearby dormitory. They are not allowed to see other people, including their own family members. One Apple facility is now not letting employees return to the dormitory's and requiring them to sleep at their stations.

A subsequent Reuters investigation revealed that workers at the factory had to survive off worm-infested food while living in rat-filled dorms without running water. Workers said they were forced to sleep on the floor in dormitories, with up to 30 women sleeping in a single room.

This is far from the first time factories making Apple products have been accused of maintaining brutal working conditions. nypost.com

Are COVID surges becoming more predictable? New Omicron variants offer a hint



Imposing Sanctions on Surveillance Vendor - Unprecedented Step by U.S.
Report: U.S. may impose sanctions on Hikvision

Biden administration looking at taking punitive action against company for allegedly enabling human rights abuses

According to a report published Wednesday by the Financial Times, the U.S. government is considering imposing sanctions on video surveillance giant Hikvision for its alleged role in enabling human rights abuses by the Chinese government.

The publication cited unnamed sources who say the Biden administration has already begun discussing the proposed sanctions with allies given the wide-reaching implications it could have on nations that use the company's cameras and other surveillance products. However, the report also noted that a final decision has not yet been made nor did it specify which specific sanctions would be used.

Just last week, it was reported that government officials in the UK are now more closely scrutinizing the use of Hikvision products by agencies there. Department of Health reportedly banned Hikvision from competing for new contracts within the Department of Health over concerns that the company's technology has been used to keep tabs on China's minority Uyghur population by government officials in Xinjiang province.

List of Punitive Actions Grows

While imposing sanctions would be an unprecedented step, Hikvision, along with several other China-based surveillance vendors, including Dahua and Hytera, have already faced a string of punitive measures taken against them in recent years, beginning with the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in 2018 that included an amendment that bans federal agencies from purchasing surveillance equipment from the aforementioned vendors.

Just a month later, former President Donald Trump signed an executive order prohibiting U.S. companies and individuals from investing in Hikivsion as well as other companies previously identified as having links to the Chinese military. President Joe Biden amended this investment blacklist last June by adding nine additional companies. Hikvision was still included on the list and placed along with Huawei within a new subsection labeled, "Surveillance Technology Sector of the Economy of the PRC."

Among the most significant actions take against these companies, however, occurred last November when President Biden signed the Secure Equipment Act into law. The legislation requires the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to adopt a rule banning new equipment authorizations for Hikvision, Dahua and other manufacturers on its so-called "Covered List" of organizations whose equipment and services have been deemed as posing a threat to national security. The FCC was given a year from the law's enactment in which to enact the rule, which will essentially eliminate the ability of these companies to bring new products to market in the U.S. securityinfowatch.com

   Biden signs 'Secure Equipment Act'

   UK increases scrutiny on government use of Hikvision cameras

The Retail Union Fight
Employees everywhere are organizing. Here's why it's happening now
After years of declining influence, unions are having a resurgence. Employees from companies across the country are increasingly organizing as a means of asking for more benefits, pay and safety from their employers.

Between October 2021 and March of this year, union representation
petitions filed at the NLRB increased 57% from the same period a year ago, according to recent data from the U.S. National Labor Relations Board. Unfair labor practice charges increased 14% during the same period.

More than 250 Starbucks locations filed petitions, and after notching a first win late last year, 54 Starbucks company-owned stores have formally organized. Workers at an Amazon warehouse in New York City recently voted to form the first union at the second-largest U.S. private employer and join the Amazon Labor Union. Google Fiber contractors in Kansas City successfully voted to unionize their small office in March becoming, the first workers with bargaining rights under the one year-old Alphabet Workers Union.

These efforts are resonating with the broader public. A Gallup poll conducted last September showed 68% percent of Americans approve of labor unions - the highest rate since 71% in 1965.

- Experts say the biggest factor was the Covid-19 pandemic.  Continue Reading

Cisco's Investigations Team IDs Sophisticated Warranty Claim Scheme
Texas Man Gets 1 Yr 3 Months for Defrauding Tech Companies Out of Over $1.9 Million in Computer Hardware and Electronics
Vaugh Simon, 29, of Pearland, TX, was sentenced today to one year and three months in prison, and was ordered to pay a total of more than $1.9 million restitution, including more than $1.7 million to Cisco Systems Inc., for operating a sophisticated warranty claim scheme which targeted multiple tech companies.

In June 2020, the defendant pleaded guilty to 22 counts of mail fraud, eight counts of wire fraud, two counts of filing a false tax return, and one count of tax evasion. Simon's conviction stems from a complex scheme he perpetrated with several co-schemers in order to defraud Cisco, Sony Electronics, The Neat Company, Canon USA, APC by Schneider Electric, iRobot Corporation, and Skullcandy, Inc., out of various electronics and expensive computer hardware, by submitting to these manufacturers hundreds of false warranty claims seeking the advance replacement of more than $4 million worth of products. While not every false claim was successful, more than 200 of the claims did deceive the manufacturers, and Simon successfully induced them to ship more than $1.9 million worth of merchandise to him, most of which he sold via the internet or to computer equipment resellers.

The primary victim of Simon's fraud was Cisco. With respect to Cisco, between November 2014 and June 2017, Simon and two co-schemers submitted 284 false warranty claims using false identities for products they did not own. Of these, 209 successfully deceived Cisco into shipping Cisco hardware worth more than $1.7 million, all of which Simon and his co-schemers sold. Simon's scheme was uncovered through the work of Cisco's internal investigation team, which identified the suspected fraud and contacted the FBI, which then began a joint criminal investigation with the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CID). justice.gov

DOJ: Baltimore: Retail Bookkeeper Pleads Guilty - Stealing More Than $1.8 Million From Salisbury, MD. Retailer
Duane G. Larmore, age 47, of Salisbury, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to a wire fraud conspiracy and to aggravated identity theft in connection with the theft of more than $1.8 million from Shore Appliance Connection, where Larmore worked.

From mid-September 2016 through about March 2020, Larmore conspired with others to steal more than $1.8 million from a Salisbury, Maryland company, Shore Appliance Connection, owned and operated by Owner #1 and Owner #2, that sold household appliances as well as mattresses and bedding, a family owned discount appliance store. Larmore was an employee at Shore Appliance whose duties included maintaining the books and records for the company.

Specifically, Larmore and his co-conspirators stole over $1 million from Shore Appliance to use for their own purposes, including to make investments and to pay business expenses for the co-conspirator's business. The charges included wire transfers from Shore Appliance's account to a co-conspirator's business account and from there to banks in the U.K. and Hong Kong.

To conceal how much money had been removed from Shore Appliance and to obtain cash, Larmore used the identities of the owners to enter into factoring contracts. Factoring is a means by which businesses, like Shore Appliance, can obtain cash quickly by leveraging accounts receivable. In addition, Larmore used his position of trust with Shore Appliance and signature authority over its bank accounts to draw on Shore Appliance's lines of credit with two separate financial institutions to obtain another $200,000 in cash to conceal his use of Shore Appliance's funds.

For all of Larmore's conduct, actual cash losses to Shore Appliance totaled $1,850,488.94 and intended losses totaled $2,137,674.74. Larmore will be required to pay restitution in the full amount of the victims' losses, which the parties stipulate is $1,850,488.94

Larmore faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison for a wire fraud conspiracy and a mandatory sentence of two years in federal prison, consecutive to any other sentence imposed, for aggravated identity theft. Sentencing July 29, 2022. justice.gov

Baltimore's Downtown 'Hard-Hit' Retail & Hospitality Sectors Continue to Struggle

And 'Record-High' Homicide & Other Crime Rates Aren't Helping.

"If people don't feel safe, then it prevents us from having a vibrant downtown neighborhood," Stokes said. "It is an extreme focus for us."

Downtown also has struggled with a drop in retail sales as a result of closures and fewer visitors during the pandemic, and that trend continued last year. Sales fell to $961 million in 2021 from more than $1 billion in 2020. baltimoresun.com

American Dream reports nearly $60 million in losses in 2021

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Retailers Deploy Armies of Investigators to Tackle ORC
Secret surveillance, mining customer data: How retailers help bag shoplifting kingpins

National chain stores employ their own investigators who build criminal cases against shoplifting rings. But legal experts say concerns abound.

Robert Whitley smiled wide as he showed off the mountains of merchandise inside his sprawling warehouse. He may not fit the profile of a crime boss, but federal prosecutors have described Whitley, who goes by Mr. Bob, as the leader of a multimillion dollar shoplifting ring.

From 2011 to 2019, he sold more than $6 million worth of stolen goods - everything from razors to Rogaine to teeth-whitening strips - on Amazon and other online marketplaces, according to court papers. Prosecutors say he paid professional shoplifters to steal specific items from drug stores, supermarkets and big box retailers across Georgia.

The case against Whitley was built not just by federal agents but corporate investigators with CVS, Target and Publix, representing the kind of collaboration that has grown more prevalent amid what industry groups say is a historic spike in organized retail crime. nbcnews.com

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Tally Releases 2021 Smart Shelf Alerts
Summary Report

Average incident $ amounts for four ORC categories

Longmont, CO -- Tally Retail Solutions released its 2021 Summary Analysis of Store Alerts.

The Smart Shelf provides retailers an effective proven on shelf inventory monitoring tool and case management platform to combat ORC, customer theft, manage inventory levels, and forecast customer demand based on real-time product movement. Incident reporting results for 2021 continued to prove the Tally Smart Shelf is a strong deterrent to all forms of customer theft especially ORC and provides on shelf availability status alerts.

"We are pleased the Smart Shelf is once again proving to be a more permanent solution to retail theft," said Sean Ryan, Tally's Chief Revenue Officer. He continued," Smart Shelf was tested in the Loss Prevention Research Council Lab at the University of Florida. It received the highest test scores for 'Get It' and 'Fear it'. The LPRC's methods, criteria and insights are proven to help retailers and solution providers create solutions that are a strong deterrent to retail theft. Our retailer categorized incident results for 2021 are further proof that support LPRC's research and conclusions regarding our solution."

Trey Ryan, Tally's Chief Technical Officer, stated,"2021 was a very positive year for Tally. Our solution was selected as top 10 from among nearly 200 innovations. We were scheduled to present our solutions to retailer and CPG executives at both the ECR and FMI conferences. The response so far has been very positive leading to more retailers and CPG's considering the Tally solution to solve their most challenging loss and on shelf availability problems."

This year's data was collected from six separate retail chains that deploy the Tally Smart Shelf in their most challenging stores. The alerts and incident details were categorized and recorded in the Tally Portal. An event description along with the $ value of the recovered merchandise was recorded in three possible theft categories:

1. Deterred Theft - Offender, upon hearing the announcement returned the product to the shelf or abandoned the product in the aisle.

2. Recovered Merchandise - Offender was approached and surrendered the products. Many times, items not protected by the Smart Shelf were also recovered.

3. Shoplifting - Shoplifter or gang members identified with items and amount stolen used to create evidence-based record for local prosecutors.

Four categories of merchandise were included in the 2021 analysis.

1. Laundry Detergent
2. Energy Drinks
3. Baby Formula
4. Hair Care

Tally Smart Shelf 2021 Summary Results

Average $ amount recovered
per incident:


% Incidents per category where offender was deterred and/or merchandise was recovered:


For a more detailed discussion about these and other findings and to arrange a demonstration please contact Sean Ryan at 954-422-2222 or email at sean.ryan@tally.solutions






New 'Better Cybercrime Metrics Act' Will Improve Investigations, Prosecutions & Prevention
US Passes Law Requiring Better Cybercrime Data Collection

DOJ, FBI Tasked With Compiling Detailed Stats, Developing Taxonomy to Sort Data

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday signed into law the Better Cybercrime Metrics Act, which was proposed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers to improve data collection on cybercrimes. The law requires the Department of Justice and the FBI to compile detailed cybercrime statistics and develop a taxonomy to help contextualize and sort this data.

The bipartisan law is also expected to give law enforcement officials and policymakers more tools to combat cybercrime in the country. The bill was passed by the U.S. Senate in December 2021 and by the U.S. House of Representatives in March 2022.

The act will offer law enforcement officials a clearer picture of online crimes in the U.S. by requiring the FBI to integrate cybercrime incidents into its current reporting streams. Better Cybercrime Metrics Act will improve how the federal government tracks, measures, analyzes and prosecutes cybercrime.

"Until the enactment of the Better Cybercrime Metrics Act, there have been no standardized metrics for tracking cybercrime, which has hindered law enforcement's ability to fully understand its impact across the country. With these standardized metrics in place, it will be easier for state and local law enforcement to collect and report data on cybercrime incidents, leading to better investigations and prosecution of these crimes," said Bill Johnson, executive director at the National Association of Police Organizations.

"It is important, for example, to distinguish at minimum between computer-related crimes that attack human judgment or exploit edge cases in business processes from crime that is enabled through specific hardware or software flaws that can be exploited by criminals attacking an organization's IT infrastructure.

The impact of this legislation depends entirely on the usefulness of the taxonomy itself, says Jennifer Fernick, senior vice president and global head of research at security consultancy NCC Group.

"The authors of that taxonomy need to meaningfully answer what data points about cybercrime will enable meaningful intervention for the future prevention of these crimes," Fernick. govinfosecurity.com

The Race to Catch Crypto Hackers
Cryptocurrency regulators scrambling to catch up with hackers swiping billions
Just four months in, 2022 has been a banner year for hackers and fraudsters targeting the industry have swindled more than $1 billion from cryptocurrency investors, according to separate estimates by cryptocurrency analysis firm Immunefi.

AdvertisementThe rise in fraud has put U.S. regulators on the offensive. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which has positioned itself as the industry's main regulator and enforcer, announced on Tuesday that it was going to double its staff working to resources to combat the rise in fraud.

"Crypto markets have exploded in recent years, with retail investors bearing the brunt of abuses in this space. Meanwhile, cyber-related threats continue to pose existential risks to our financial markets and participants," Gurbir Grewal, director of the SEC's Division of Enforcement said in a statement. "The bolstered Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit will be at the forefront of protecting investors and ensuring fair and orderly markets in the face of these critical challenges."

The unit, established in 2017, has brought more than 80 proceedings against companies and individuals in relation to "fraudulent and unregistered crypto asset offerings and platforms," according to a SEC press release.

The ramped-up enforcement is just one example of how regulators and policymakers are trying to keep up with the growing problem of fraudsters and cybercriminals targeting cryptocurrency consumers.

Other agencies have joined the SEC in tackling the problem. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission - the preferred regulator for some in Congress and industry - and states including New York have also ramped up enforcement of regulations applicable to the industry. Congress and the White House have also taken steps to shape consumer protections. One key to that effort, experts say, will be cybersecurity. cyberscoop.com

NIST updates guidance for cybersecurity supply chain risk management
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has updated its guidance document for helping organizations identify, assess and respond to cybersecurity risks throughout the supply chain.

"[Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Systems and Organizations (C-SCRM)] encourages organizations to consider the vulnerabilities not only of a finished product they are considering using, but also of its components - which may have been developed elsewhere - and the journey those components took to reach their destination," NIST explains.

The document's revision is part of NIST's effort to help organizations put into practice mandates from Executive Order 14028, for improving United States' cybersecurity posture. helpnetsecurity.com

What We've Learned in the 12 Months Since the Colonial Pipeline Attack




40 Years And Still Driving Forward

As WZ celebrates our fortieth anniversary this year, it's tempting to focus on celebrating past successes. But truth be told, keeping your eyes on the rearview mirror distracts you from the turns you could be taking up ahead.

We understand the importance of looking back because we know that where we've been is how we arrived at where we are. However, over the last 4 decades, there existed a necessity for change and adaptation to the needs of the client.

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Hong Kong Based Online Fake Review & Rebate Broker Identified
Amazon ramps up action against 'fake review brokers'
Amazon took additional steps to rid its online marketplace of fake reviews by filing lawsuits Friday against a company Amazon alleges is running a scheme to push misleading reviews on the platform.

Amazon sued Hong Kong-based company Extreme Rebate, which it accused of being a "fake review broker" in lawsuits in the U.S. and Germany.

Amazon's vice president of customer trust, Dharmesh Mehta, said in a blog post the fake review brokers approach customers on their own websites and solicit them to write misleading or inflated reviews in exchange for incentives, including money and free products.

Amazon alleges Extreme Rebate's "fraudulent scheme" provides free products and pays members up to $4 per review for five-star reviews that are at least 15 words long and include pictures or videos.

The latest action against Extreme Rebate follows lawsuits Amazon filed earlier this year against three other alleged fake review brokers. Those three companies have stopped their "fraudulent schemes," Mehta said. thehill.com

This Will See Court & Amazon's Union President Becoming Well Connected
Amazon Abruptly Fires Senior Managers Tied to Unionized Warehouse

Company officials said the terminations were the result of an internal review, while the fired managers saw it as a response to the recent union victory.

After Amazon employees at a massive warehouse on Staten Island scored an upset union victory last month, it turned the union's leaders into celebrities, sent shock waves through the broader labor movement and prompted politicians around the country to rally behind Amazon workers. Now it also appears to have created fallout within Amazon's management ranks.

On Thursday, Amazon informed more than half a dozen senior managers involved with the Staten Island warehouse that they were being fired, said four current and former employees with knowledge of the situation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity out of fear of retaliation.

The firings, which occurred outside the company's typical employee review cycle, were seen by the managers and other people who work at the facility as a response to the victory by the Amazon Labor Union, three of the people said. Workers at the warehouse voted by a wide margin to form the first union at the company in the United States, in one of the biggest victories for organized labor in at least a generation.

Workers who supported the union complained that the company's health and safety protocols were too lax, particularly as they related to Covid-19 and repetitive strain injuries, and that the company pushed them too hard to meet performance targets, often at the expense of sufficient breaks. Many also said pay at the warehouse, which starts at over $18 per hour for full-time workers, was too low to live on in New York City.

The managers were told they were being fired as part of an "organizational change," two people said. One of the people said some of the managers were strong performers who recently received positive reviews.

Amazon's Union President Gets Biden's Ear at White House Meeting

Christian Smalls, the president of the Amazon Labor Union, testified on Thursday before a Senate committee that was exploring whether companies that violate labor laws should be denied federal contracts. Mr. Smalls later attended a White House meeting with other labor organizers in which he directly asked President Biden to press Amazon to recognize his union. Mr. Biden had long supported collective bargaining and workers' rights to unionize.

The votes came during what could be an inflection point for organized labor. While the rate of union membership reached its lowest point in decades last year (about 10 percent of U.S. workers) petitions to hold union elections were up more than 50 percent over the previous year during the six months ending in March,

Since December, workers at Starbucks have won initial union votes at more than 50 stores nationwide, while workers have organized or sought to organize at other companies that did not previously have unions, such as Apple and the outdoor apparel retailer REI. nytimes.com
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Bronx, NY: $150K in Jewelry Stolen in Smash-And-Grab Heist; Owner Thinks Group Tied to Other Thefts
For the second time in less than a week, surveillance video caught a group of thieves smashing their way into a jewelry store and making of with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise - and the store's owner believes the incidents may be connected. The latest incident occurred around 5:30 p.m. Friday in Brooklyn. Video showed the trio of thieves take a sledgehammer to the front window of the jewelry store on Liberty Avenue in East New York. The robbers take everything in sight, running off within seconds, video showed. A store worker was seen chasing them down, but by then it was too late, the culprits were gone. nbcnewyork.com

Washington, DC: Smash-and-Grab Thieves Snatch $20K in Goods from D.C.-Area Eyeglass Store
Five suspects carried out the robbery on April 19 at My Eye Dr. in the 6300 block of Richmond Highway in Alexandria, Virginia, just south of Washington, DC, the Fairfax County Police Department said in a release. Officers responded to the scene at 6:22 p.m. Surveillance video released by the FCPD shows the suspects smashing glass display cases and clearing out shelves. "The cops are on the way, man," one person seems to tell suspects. The group secured $20,000 worth of glass frames before fleeing the store, according to the FCPD. The FCPD described the suspects as four black males between the ages of 17-23 who wore masks, hoods, and gloves. The release noted a fifth man waited for the suspects "in an older-model black Toyota Camry with tinted windows and black hubcaps." breitbart.com

Merced, CA: Jewelry Robbery suspect pepper sprays himself while trying to rob JC Penney
A man from Minnesota attempted to steal jewelry at a JC Penney on Friday and ended up pepper spraying himself while being taken down by two good Samaritans, police said. Merced Police were called to a JC Penney department store 3:25 p.m. for multiple people fighting inside the store. When they arrived, police found Stephan Stanley, 39, being held down by two other men. According to witnesses, Stanley was by the jewelry counter and smashed the glass display, and started taking items. The two men saw this happening and decided to step in to try and stop the man. Stanley started fighting back, even hitting one of the men with a hammer and pepper-spraying them but ended up hitting himself with the painful spray. mynews4.com

Tupelo, MS: Man charged with $1,600 felony shoplifting from Belk; active warrant for felony shoplifting

Memphis, TN: Three men steal $600 worth of laundry detergent from Dollar General

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Shootings & Deaths

Albuquerque, NM: Three dead in shooting near Cottonwood Mall
Three people were shot to death - including two teenagers - in the parking lot of a northwest Albuquerque shopping center on Mother's Day in an attack that left bodies on the asphalt next to a busy road. Police believe the shooter, a 53-year-old man, committed suicide after shooting a 16-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl. The shooting occurred outside of the Party City near Cottonwood Mall on Sunday afternoon. It was one of several shootings in Albuquerque over the weekend. "All indications are that the shooter is on scene and did take their life," Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina told reporters at the scene. Officers were dispatched to the shooting at around 12:30 p.m. after a caller reported that a man had put a gun to his head and committed suicide in the parking lot. abqjournal.com

Grand Prairie, TX: Customer shoots, kills armed robbery suspect inside business
An armed robbery suspect was shot and killed by a customer inside a Grand Prairie business Thursday night, police say. Around 9:10 p.m., Grand Prairie police officers responded to a reported robbery in progress at a business in the 1600 block of West Polo Road. When officers arrived, they located the alleged robbery suspect suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. Police said the suspect was transported to a local hospital and was later pronounced dead. During the investigation, detectives determined the armed suspect was in the act of robbing the business and an employee, when they were confronted by a customer. The customer, who police say is a concealed handgun license holder, told detectives that he feared for his life and the life of the employee, so he intervened and shot the suspect. Detectives said the customer is cooperating with the investigation and no charges have been filed or are expected at this time. wfaa.com

Bessemer, AL: One dead, teen injured in early morning C-Store shooting
One person is in custody after a Sunday morning shooting at a Bessemer convenience store left one person dead and a teen girl with life-threatening injuries. Lt. Christian Clemons of the Bessemer Police Department said the shooting happened at approximately 6 a.m. Sunday morning at the Stop and Go on Dartmouth Avenue. Police believe the shooting came after an argument inside a car at the scene. The male victim was shot inside the car and was pronounced dead at the scene. The teen girl was also wounded in the shooting but police said it is still unclear whether she was a part of the incident or an innocent bystander. She was taken to the hospital. abc3340.com

Concord, CA: Saturday shooting outside Sun Valley Mall; dozens of shell casings found
Police in Concord are investigating a Saturday night shooting outside the Sun Valley Mall. The gunfire was reported shortly after 9:00 p.m., and when officers arrived they said they found dozens of shell casings in the mall's parking lot. Police said there was no sign of any shooting victims and gave no word on any arrests. There have been two other shootings at Sun Valley Mall in the past year. ktvu.com

Gwinnett County, GA: 1 hurt after argument inside Target escalates to shooting
One man is hurt after a shooting at a busy Gwinnett County shopping plaza Saturday afternoon. A shooting suspect is in custody, according to authorities. Gwinnett County Police were called to the plaza at 875 Lawrenceville Suwannee Rd. at 1:30 p.m., where a Target is located. The plaza is not far from Gwinnett Memorial Park. Officers said two men who knew each other got into an altercation inside the store and it escalated with one of the men pulling out a gun and firing at the other. The victim was shot in the arm, police said, and is expected to survive. Authorities added he's currently stable at the hospital. Gwinnett Police have taken the shooting suspect into custody. He is currently charged with aggravated assault, reckless conduct, and cruelty to children in the 3rd degree. 11alive.com

East Lansing, MI: Police holding second meeting regarding officer-involved shooting outside Meijer
Monday another meeting will be held with East Lansing Police to discuss the officer-involved shooting outside of the Lake Lansing Meijer last month. The East Lansing Independent Police Oversight Commission has more questions to ask about what happened that day. Video of the shooting was released by East Lansing Police last week. The release of the video was in the spirit of transparency according to East Lansing Police Chief Kim Johnson. Who is generally responsible for investigations after an officer has shot someone?" and "what is the scope of that investigation?" They are also asking East Lansing City Council to authorize a professional analysis of the incident footage to see how officers behaved and how they can improve. A meeting was held on April 28 as the Oversight Commission voted unanimously to mandate East Lansing Police release video footage of the incident within seven days. wilx.com

Tampa, FL: Robbery suspects sought after shooting at Deputies
Deputies are searching for two men who robbed a Save A Lot store and then fired a shotgun at a cruiser during an attempted traffic stop Sunday night, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said. The men were fleeing after they stole groceries from the Save a Lot at 150 W Fletcher Ave about 8:30 p.m., according to the Sheriff's Office. The men filled up bags with groceries and one of them brandished a shotgun and threatened an employee who confronted them as they left, deputies said. news.yahoo.com

Update: Whitehall Township, PA: Man Gets 45 to 100 Years for Custody Exchange Killings in Walmart Parking Lot

Atlanta, GA: Police Officer Shot During Robbery Investigation at A Ma Maniére


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Fort Lauderdale, FL: Armed robbers force staff at Burger King into freezer, steal cash
It was a terrifying night on the job for employees at a Burger King in Fort Lauderdale. According to Fort Lauderdale Police, robbers targeted the fast food restaurant on Northeast 17th Terrace and East Sunrise Boulevard, just after 10:45 p.m., Saturday. Investigators said the subjects forced the staff into the freezer at gunpoint before they stole cash and drove off. Cellphone video captured heavy police activity outside the restaurant. No injuries were reported. As of Sunday night, the robbers remain at large. wsvn.com

New York, NY: Man arrested in NYC smash-and-grab handbag robbery
A crew of five thieves walked into a Soho boutique during business hours, and smashed display cases with a hammer before allegedly grabbing $24,700 worth of designer handbags, according to authorities. Police chased down one of the alleged robbers - 25-year-old Ricardo Forde - after Thursday's daylight heist at Rebag NYC, a high-end designer resale shop at 390 West Broadway. The detective saw multiple people run from the Jeep, leaving the handbags inside. Forde was stopped by police as he ran north on Sullivan Street, the court document shows. He was charged with robbery, grand larceny, assault and reckless driving among other counts. Forde was arraigned in Manhattan criminal court Saturday where bail was set at $25,000. nypost.com

Detroit, MI: FBI busts TikTok star after identifying his sneakers
The FBI arrested an aspiring social media influencer after it connected him to a series of robberies by identifying his sneakers in TikTok videos. Michigan resident Chozen Terrell-Hannah, 22, could be seen dancing while wearing Nike sneakers with red spots on them that matched the shoes worn by an armed robber who'd held up four stores from December to February, Fox 2 Detroit reported. An anonymous tipster pointed agents to the "ChozenWrld" page on TikTok, which has more than 149,000 followers and 1.6 million likes. Terrell-Hannah allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven twice, and also robbed a gas station and a smoke shop, the station said. nypost.com

New York, NY: NYPD seeking suspects in brazen string of armed robberies

Washington, DC: Man Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Armed Robbery of Northwest Washington Liquor Store

Silver Springs, FL: Woman sentenced to 3 years for strong armed robbery of Dollar General


Cargo Theft

Newark, NJ: Suspect Stole Shipping Container With $260,000 In Goods
Police are searching for Fernando Cunningham, 52, of Union, as the suspect who stole a trailer that had a shipping container filled with merchandise valued at $260,235 in Newark last month. That trailer was recovered in Newark, and the products were found in an Elizabeth warehouse, the Newark Police Department said. According to Brian O'Hara, Public Safety Director in Newark, the trailer was taken around 9:47 p.m. on April 5, from the parking lot of a trucking security company on Avenue L in the city. shorenewsnetwork.com



Auto Dealership - Chicago, IL - Burglary
Best Buy - New York, NY - Armed Robbery
Boost - New Orleans, LA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Botetourt County, VA - Armed Robbery
CVS - Longmeadow, MA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Aiken County, SC - Robbery
Eyewear - Washington, DC - Robbery
Grocery - Seattle, WA - Burglary
Grocery - Tampa, FL - Armed Robbery (shots fired)
JC Penney - Merced, CA - Robbery
Jewelry - New York, NY - Robbery
Jewelry - Aurora, OH - Robbery
Jewelry - Glendale, AZ - Armed Robbery
Liquor - Arlington Heights, IL - Burglary
Restaurant - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Armed Robbery (Burger King)
Restaurant - Los Angeles, CA - Burglary
Restaurant - Oakland, CA - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Walton County, FK - Burglary
Restaurant - Village of Oregon, WI - Burglary
Shoe - Atlanta, GA - Burglary
Walgreens - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Dayton, OH - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Boise, ID - Robbery
7-Eleven - Evanston, IL - Armed Robbery


Daily Totals:
• 17 robberies
• 7 burglaries
• 1 shooting
• 0 killed

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