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Joel Haynes named Asset Protection Senior Manager for
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Before being named Asset Protection Senior Manager for Dollar General, Joel spent more than five years with JCPenney in multiple roles: District AP Manager, Regional Field Support Sr. Mgr, Territory Sr. Manager - Store Ops, and District Ops Manager. Throughout his career, he has also had roles with Academy Sports + Outdoors, JCPenney, Tractor Supply Company, and Sears. Congratulations, Joel!

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LPRC: Humans + AI three times more accurate

New research reveals humans assisted by face matching technology more likely to correctly identify a subject's face

Humans assisted by AI face matching technology were three times more likely to correctly identify a subject's face than without AI, according to new research.

The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) provides evidence-based solutions addressing retail loss, safety, and fraud prevention. Dr. Cory Lowe, LPRC senior research scientist, presented his research results October 4, 2022, during the annual IMPACT conference hosted at the University of Florida.

In a presentation titled "Face Off: Examining the Role of AI in Reducing Bias and Improving Decision-Making," Lowe explained how he pitted unaided research participants against those using AI face matching technology. LPRC selected FaceFirst software for the tests. Researchers installed the software in the LPRC lab and conducted the tests independently.

Lowe showed a diverse array of fictional offender faces to 155 research participants; 78 unassisted, 77 assisted. Among the unassisted group, 77 percent misidentified the fictional subjects in a photo lineup just minutes after seeing the fictional subject image. The assisted group got it right 63 percent of the time. "The assisted group did nearly three times better," Lowe said. "There was a 2.7 times improvement in accuracy when assisted by facial recognition."

For context: Humans were only correct on their own 23 percent of the time, even with a small sample of faces they had been shown just minutes earlier. No technology is 100 percent accurate in the wild, but humans alone are demonstrably prone to error. Lowe noted the participants were not told of the AI's accuracy alone (100 percent accurate in this study), so individuals may have discounted the solution's accuracy.

Watch for more details from the LPRC research, including how facial recognition can be used to reduce error and bias, and how it can narrow the LP focus to those individuals who are most likely to offend in retail locations.

FaceFirst considers use of AI with human oversight vital for retailers. Consider the risks of being caught unaware when a known offender enters your store. If you knew there was a proven solution to keep your valued customers and associates safer from violent offenders, would you implement it? The real risk is answering no. FaceFirst's solution is fast, accurate, and ethical-learn more today at facefirst.com.

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The U.S. Crime Surge
The Retail Impact

ORC: The $100 Billion Crisis
How organized retail crime became a $100B problem that is growing 'dramatically'

Retail crime continues to burden communities, consumers, and store employees across America

President of the National Retail Federation Matt Shay detailed the proposed pieces of legislation that his association is supporting to put a stop to America's "extraordinarily challenging" organized retail crime problem.

"I would say right behind concerns about the economy, the strength of the consumer, monetary policy, the Federal Reserve, inflation, the number one issue is organized retail crime. It is hurting these cities. It is serving urban areas, employees, and team members. And we need a really coordinated effort," Shay told "Varney & Co." Thursday.

The National Retail Federation conducted a survey that revealed organized retail crime has spiked by 26.5% in 2021. As a response to these findings, the NRF is supporting two pieces of legislation that are currently pending in Congress, one being the "Inform Act," and the other the "Combatting Organized Retail Crime Act."

"'The Inform Act,' which would require online marketplaces to provide much more transparency about the source of the goods they're selling, so we can reduce the amount of counterfeit goods that are sold online marketplaces," Shay continued. "And the other is "The Combatting Organized Retail Crime Act," which would put law enforcement together at all levels - federal, state, local, Department of Homeland Security - and share resources."

"The Inform Act" and "Combatting Organized Retail Crime Act," are intended to address organized retail crime, though disorganized shoplifting continues to be a "huge challenge" for local communities. State legislatures, municipalities, and prosecutors across the country have attempted to take a different approach to the so-called "victimless" crimes, however, it is evident that disorganized retail crime is a dangerous problem.  foxbusiness.com

This Home Depot Pioneer's No. 1 Worry: Theft
His #1 Tip for Success: Focus on Gross Margin Return on Inventory Investment
Jim Inglis has played an important role in improving the self-service experience at major home centers around the world. But now he sees this model challenged by a crime wave that he thinks could change the way people shop--and make them like stores less.

"If your shrink goes from 1-1/2% to 4%, you may have just lost half your profitability," Inglis told Webb Analytics during an Oct. 17 interview.

According to the 2022 Retail Security Survey sponsored by the National Retail Federation, 71% of the survey's 63 respondents said responding to organized retail crime has become more important during the past five years, and 74% said responding to all other types of external theft has grown in importance. 

Inglis has spent 60 years in home centers, including five years at San Diego's Dixieline Lumber, before taking on major merchandising and development roles at The Home Depot from 1983 to 1996. Last year, he summed up his learnings and his advice by publishing a book, Breakthrough Retailing.

In the book, Inglis says The Home Depot succeeded in part because one of its key metrics was GMROI--gross margin return on inventory. And he spends many pages discussing his effort to make The Home Depot "Easy to Stock, Easy to Sell, Easy to Buy."

Theft, clearly, disrupts that system.

Inglis cites drug addicts' need for money, the rise of crime syndicates, retailers' fear of violence, police with other priorities, and a legal system that downgrades shoplifting as contributors to the problem. Then, when retailers' loss prevention people are told to solve the problem, they start locking up the store.

What to do? "I think there probably will be some tech advancements," Inglis said. "And I think perhaps there will be a way for customers to come into the store and use their phone to buy the product and then have that product more often picked up at a separate location or perhaps delivered to the home. There's more control over the distribution of the product."

Inglis wants solutions to come from more than just the security team: "I do think that at the end of the day, there's going to need to be bringing together operational people, loss prevention people, digital experts, and just kind of re-look at the whole picture and say 'How can we rethink what we mean by self-service?'"  webb-analytics.com

UK Stores Fighting Theft like the U.S.
How to deal with shoplifting in your store

What steps UK retailers are taking to reduce shoplifting in their stores

Amit Puntambekar, Ash's Shop, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire

"I don't think there's anything you can do to definitely deter it. If someone has decided they're going to steal, then 80% of the time they're going to go for it. But we have certain soft measures in place, like getting the staff to wander about the store and talk to people, asking if they need any help. "We check our stock controls. A dedicated thief will steal, but good stock control is a great way to assess if you're being stolen from and what's being taken. After that, you can ask your staff to be more vigilant around those products.

John Green, Premier Green End Road, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

"It's very difficult to quantify shoplifting's effect on the store or what affect your measures are having, but I find that vigilance and positivity with customers is key. We live in a large village, and there are lots of people coming in. It's a matter of conversing with them and getting to know them. They get to know you, and you give them the idea that if they steal from you, they're almost stealing from a friend. If you treat people with respect, they'll treat you and your property with respect."

Gerald Thomas, Arcade News, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire

"We've got cameras in the store and if we notice anything, we get in touch. We've got two screens, so people can see they're being watched. During the pandemic, we only allowed one person in the store at a time, so that knocked shoplifting on the head. It's relaxed now, but we're watching them and we've still got the Covid-19 screens, which remain a deterrent to theft."  betterretailing.com

The Great Debate Over State Violent Crime Rankings
Is the violent crime rate higher in Oklahoma or New York? A governor's debate raises the question
An exchange during Wednesday night's Oklahoma gubernatorial debate underscored some common misperceptions about crime in the United States.

"The fact is the rates of violent crime in Oklahoma are higher under your watch than New York and California," said Hofmeister, the Oklahoma superintendent of public instruction, who switched parties last year. "That's a fact."

Stitt interjected "That's not true" and laughed. When Hofmeister tried to continue, Stitt, still laughing, addressed the audience, saying, "Oklahomans, do you believe we have higher crime than New York or California? That's what she just said."

John Roman, a senior fellow at NORC at the University of Chicago, told Yahoo News that Hofmeister's numbers were accurate. Citing FBI data, Roman said that "Oklahoma is 12th in violence per 100,000 residents and 7th in property crime per 100,000 residents. California is similar but lower for each, and New York is much safer and below the national averages in both property and violence. Overall, putting violent crime rates and property crime rates together, Oklahoma is on the list of the top 10 highest crime rate states." news.yahoo.com

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Where It All Started - Rolls Out Community Safety Office

New Minnesota Safety Office Created in Response to 'Defund' Movement
Minneapolis moves forward on community safety office after council's OK

The change comes nearly a year after voters rejected a similar measure.

Minneapolis is setting up a new community safety office two years after George Floyd's murder prompted a global movement calling for changes to policing. Mayor Jacob Frey declared it a historic day after the City Council voted 9 to 4 Thursday to create the new agency, which is similar to one voters rejected last year.

The questions of whether to create a new agency - and who should have control over it - have featured prominently in debates about how Minneapolis officials should seek to fulfill a promise to transform public safety in response to Floyd's death.

Minneapolis drew international attention when a majority of City Council members stood in Powderhorn Park after Floyd's murder and pledged to "begin the process of ending the Minneapolis Police Department" and create "a new, transformative model for cultivating safety in Minneapolis."

Voters last year rejected a measure that would have allowed city leaders to replace the Police Department with a new agency providing "a comprehensive public health approach to safety." It also would have eliminated minimum staffing requirements for police and removed the mayor's "complete power" over them, likely granting the council more sway.

Frey and City Clerk Casey Carl said in past interviews that several differences between this proposal and the last one - that the Police Department would still exist as its own agency, that power isn't shifting among elected officials - allow city leaders to make the change without sending it back to voters. startribune.com

More Crime & Safety Closures
'Safety concerns' shutter 20 Starbucks locations, including stores trying to unionize
Starbucks has closed roughly two dozen locations throughout the country - but primarily on the West Coast - since this summer, saying safety concerns have made "providing a safe and welcoming and kind environment" challenging.

"You're ... seeing firsthand the challenges facing our communities - personal safety, racism, lack of access to healthcare, a growing mental health crisis, rising drug use, and more. With stores in thousands of communities across the country, we know these challenges can, at times, play out within our stores too. We read every incident report you file - it's a lot," they wrote.

Stroud and Nelson noted that moving forward, stores may be closed permanently if safety is found to be "no longer possible."

A Starbucks spokesperson later confirmed to Nexstar that 16 locations would close by the end of July, including six in Los Angeles, five in Seattle, two in Portland, and one each in Philadelphia; the District of Columbia; and Everett, Washington.

Since then, additional Starbucks stores have closed throughout the country, all citing safety concerns.

A third location in Portland is set to close Thursday. A nearby business owner told Nexstar's KOIN that homelessness, drugs, and violence have impacted the neighborhood recently.

In early October, Starbucks closed its Canal Street location in New Orleans, again citing safety concerns and a rising level of threat reported by employees. thehill.com

Retailers Reshuffle in Philly Amid Crime & Safety Concerns
H&M store on Chestnut Street in Philadelphia is closing

H&M is pulling back from Philadelphia's Center City and focusing on the Fashion District on Market Street.

The H&M store on Chestnut Street will close in January. The Swedish clothing retailer H&M will be further shrinking its Center City footprint next year, shuttering its operation at 1530 Chestnut St.

The closure of the two-story, 25,000-square-foot retail space marks the second phase of the brand's retreat from Center City. Early in the pandemic, in spring 2020, H&M closed its 1725 Walnut St. store. That space has since been taken over by the Canadian fashion brand Aritzia.

The move comes amid a larger reshuffling of Center City retail, as brands such as Wawa, Rite Aid, and Starbucks have retrenched, citing concerns about vagrancy and safety. (There is no indication such matters came into H&M's calculations.) By all accounts, the sales for these companies' downtown locations have been robust. inquirer.com

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Texas governor points to these policy measures as solutions after mass shootings



COVID Update

632.9M Vaccinations Given

US: 99M Cases - 1M Dead - 96.3M Recovered
Worldwide: 632.1M Cases - 6.5M Dead - 610.9M Recovered

Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 362   Law Enforcement Officer Deaths: 813

COVID Cases, Hospitalizations & Deaths

Post-COVID Shift: Forcing Workers to Return?
As job market cools, companies may regain upper hand with workers
A cooling job market is leading to more than a slowdown in hiring, a pickup in layoffs and growing recession fears. It appears to be the one force capable of prodding America's workers out of their homes and back to offices.

The slowing labor market is starting to shift some bargaining power from employees to employers, allowing a growing number of companies to require workers to return to the office at least a few days a week, staffing officials and consultants say. Many businesses are still struggling to find workers and so the change is in its early stages, but it's expected to accelerate as hiring pulls back further and layoffs spread in the months ahead, experts say.

"Companies are a little less concerned that they're not going to fill jobs if they lose people because of return-to-work policies," says Jim McCoy, senior vice president of talent solutions for ManpowerGroup, a leading staffing firm. "There's starting to be less competition for talent, and employers can be a little more selective." usatoday.com

Positive COVID Trend Could Reverse Itself This Winter
Quick and stealthy 'Scrabble variants' are poised to drive a winter Covid surge
A flurry of new Covid-19 variants appears to be gaining traction globally, raising fears of a winter surge.

In the United States, these are BQ.1, BQ.1.1, BF.7, BA.4.6, BA.2.75 and BA.2.75.2. In other countries, the recombinant variant XBB has been rising quickly and appears to be fueling a new wave of cases in Singapore. Cases are also rising in Europe and the UK, where these variants have taken hold.

As the US moves into the fall, Covid-19 cases are dropping. Normally, that would be a reason for hope that the nation could escape the surges of the past two pandemic winters. But virus experts fear that the downward trend may soon reverse itself, thanks to this gaggle of new variants. cnn.com

What Have Workers Done with the Time Freed up by Commuting Less?

Remote work likely contributed to mini baby boom last year, economists say


The Cost of Toxic Workplaces
Toxic Workplaces Are Bad for Mental & Physical Health, Surgeon General Says

The U.S. surgeon general is telling Americans for the first time that disrespectful or cutthroat workplaces could be hazardous to their health.

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy's office-which is more often associated with warnings about nicotine, Zika and the Covid-19 pandemic-issued a guidance Thursday outlining how long hours, limited autonomy and low wages can affect workers' health and organizational performance.

Chronic stress disrupts sleep, increases vulnerability to infection and has been linked to conditions ranging from heart disease to depression, the document said, citing research from the American Psychological Association and a Stanford University psychologist.

"Toxic workplaces are harmful to workers-to their mental health, and it turns out, to their physical health as well," Dr. Murthy said.

The surgeon general's guidance on the role of the workplace in well-being comes as many workers report work stress and difficulty concentrating. Meanwhile, companies have stepped up spending on mental-health and well-being benefits in recent years. wsj.com

Don't Lose Your Customers at the Checkout Counter
90% of Shoppers Say Smooth Checkout Is Make or Break Experience
As much as retail has changed and become increasingly digital, one thing has remained constant throughout the years: the importance of a smooth checkout experience. Whether it's a swift and friendly transaction at the cash register or a speedy one-click purchase online, new PYMNTS research underscores the age-old axiom that nothing is more important than not leaving a customer waiting when it's time to pay.

In fact, according to "Building A Better Online Checkout Experience: The Key Features That Matter To Customers," a PYMNTS and Checkout.com collaboration based on surveys of over 2,000 U.S. consumers, a whopping 91% of consumers said that a satisfying checkout experience significantly influences the likelihood that they will return to a given merchant, or not.

The high prioritization on the checkout experience not only topped all other factors measured in the survey but stands as a stark make-or-break reminder to retailers of what is really important, especially at a time when sales and conversion are under pressure as a result of the economic stress hitting most consumers. pymnts.com

Register Now for ISC East
ISC East is Only 4 Weeks Away
The International Security Conference & Exposition - also known as ISC East - is the Northeast's leading security & public safety event, hosted in collaboration with premier sponsor Security Industry Association (SIA) and in partnership with ASIS NYC.

Taking place November 15-17 at the Javits Center in NYC (SIA Education@ISC: November 15-17 | Exhibit Hall: November 16-17), ISC East will be co-locating again with Natural Disaster & Emergency Management Expo, a comprehensive trade event and online resource dedicated to the preparation, response, and recovery of physical and human assets of public and private organizations. Qualified professionals who register for ISC East will be granted access to both events.

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The North Face to open 70-plus stores in North America

Big bargains will dominate the holiday season, but shoppers may not be sold

Turkeys Will Be Scarcer and Pricier Than Ever This Thanksgiving

Senior LP & AP Jobs Market

Director, Security, Strategic Security job posted for Walmart in Bentonville, AR
The Director, Strategic Security position is a critical role charged with mitigating risk from sophisticated external threat actors and insider threats that may seek to steal sensitive corporate information and impact Walmart's brand, reputation, and operations. The Director of Strategic Security will help design, develop, and enhance our Strategic Security program, and will work with a team of subject matter experts focused on preventing, detecting, and responding to these threats. walmart.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com

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Director, Security job posted for NASCAR in Daytona Beach, FL
NASCAR seeks a talented professional to join in the position of Director, Security based in Daytona Beach, FL. The Director, Security develops, plans, directs and manages the implementation of a comprehensive security program for the Company. Duties include but are not limited to: Develop, implement, and manage a corporate security and employee safety program for the Company. nascar.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com

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Auror continues growth in North America

Auror is focused on empowering the retail industry to reduce theft and Organized Retail Crime (ORC), a $100 billion problem globally. This movement would be incomplete without an intentional focus on North America, and that's exactly what they've been doing.

Auror's growth in North America includes new hires across the company, new partners, expanded office space, and powerful customer wins in both the US and Canada. And this growth is powered by Auror's guiding principles, with an intentional focus on People Experience.

"We create a space where people can show up as their authentic self each day. We don't just accommodate differences; we encourage them, we welcome them, and we value them. We know that celebrating our differences is what makes Auror such a special place to work, and this will drive our continued growth in North America." - Lauren Spagnuolo, People Experience (PX) Partner

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Weekly Topic: Business Email Compromise

A Definitive Guide to BEC

BEC (also known as the man-in-the-email scam) is a scam in which financially motivated adversaries trick unsuspecting executives and employees into making payments or sending sensitive data to fraudulent accounts. Attackers accomplish this by using a variety of techniques that manipulate users into sending money or data.

These recent statistics from the FBI's 2020 Internet Crime Report show the gravity of BEC:

In 2020, the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received nearly 20,000 complaints about Business Email Compromise.

Reported losses due to BEC increased from $1.29 billion in 2018 to $1.86 billion in 2020.

The IC3 received more than 241,000 complaints on phishing and related attacks in 2020, a 110% increase from 2019.*

Learn more here about BEC here

Retail Cybersecurity in the Metaverse
Privacy and Cybersecurity for Retailers in the Metaverse

What privacy and cybersecurity issues should retailers consider before entering the metaverse?

Which Data Privacy Laws Apply in the Metaverse?

A California retailer in the metaverse may host virtual customers from Virginia, France, and China all at the same time. In this example, the California retailer would not only be responsible for complying with California privacy laws, it also must comply with the privacy laws of Virginia, the European Union, and China.

Each one of a retailer's virtual visitors may be protected by one or more regional privacy law regimes, and retailers are responsible for complying with them all. This creates challenges. Retailers must take reasonable steps to determine each customer's location; determine whether that location has additional or different laws related to the use and collection of personal information; and, if so, comply with those laws, which sometimes may require making business changes to how information is collected, stored and used. On top of these practical challenges, retailers will need to address how these privacy regulations interact and how they can comply with the several different and possibly conflicting regimes at once. Major online platforms deal with challenges like this regularly, but the metaverse makes this a problem for much smaller retailers for the first time.
How to Handle International Data Exchanges in the Metaverse

Retailers processing this type of international transaction will need to be aware of international data transfer and data localization laws. In the metaverse, as in today's digital space, international data transfer laws will govern exchanges of information across borders, while data localization laws will dictate where the information can be stored. Retailers must be aware of these laws and take steps to remain in compliance.

How to Comply With Data Privacy Laws in the Metaverse

It's not too complicated to make a privacy policy reasonably accessible on a website. In most situations, all the company has to do is have a hyperlink on its homepage that links to the policy. However, there are no "homepages" in the metaverse. It's not even obvious when a metaverse avatar moves from one retailer's online space to another's. But in jurisdictions that require conspicuous notification of privacy policies, this complexity must be sorted out.

How to Maintain Data Governance and Cybersecurity - Conclusion: mytotalretail.com

New Security & Privacy Standards for Connected Devices
White House rallies industry support for Internet of Things labeling effort
White House officials convened industry leaders, policy experts and government leaders on Wednesday to discuss plans for security and privacy standards on connected devices.

The meeting - billed as a workshop for a nascent White House Internet of Things labeling initiative - included top White House cyber official Anne Neuberger, Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, National Cyber Director Chris Inglis and Senator Angus King, I-Maine, alongside consumer tech associations, industry executives and the nonprofit consumer advocacy organization Consumer Reports.

Industry leaders from Google, AT&T, Comcast, Amazon, Cisco, Intel, Samsung and Sony attended the meeting, as did officials from the American National Standards Institute and the National Retail Federation, according to the White House.

The meeting focused on the implementation of the program with a focus on issues such as how to ensure labels match international standards, how to design a barcode to ensure consumers can find timely information about a product online and how to raise overall consumer awareness of IoT vulnerabilities.

The labeling program is still in its early stages, but the White House expects to roll out a first set of standards in Spring 2023 and plans to launch the voluntary program with standards in place for particularly vulnerable internet-connected devices such as internet routers.

A White House official told reporters the program will likely rate devices based on standards that include vulnerability remediation, amount of information collected on consumers, whether data is encrypted and interoperability with other products.

"It would be a more sophisticated way to approach cybersecurity than merely saying, 'Oh, if it's manufactured in one country, it's safe; if it's manufactured in another, it's not," a senior administration official said.

Brandon Pugh, senior fellow and policy counsel at the R Street Institute think tank, said he left the meeting with the impression that more extensive privacy standards around data collection and sharing could also be considered as part of the rating system down the road.

Pugh said the lack of cybersecurity in Internet-connected devices merits immediate attention.  cyberscoop.com

LinkedIn Battles Fake Amazon & Apple Employee Accounts
Battle with Bots Prompts Mass Purge of Amazon, Apple Employee Accounts on LinkedIn
On October 10, 2022, there were 576,562 LinkedIn accounts that listed their current employer as Apple Inc. The next day, half of those profiles no longer existed. A similarly dramatic drop in the number of LinkedIn profiles claiming employment at Amazon comes as LinkedIn is struggling to combat a significant uptick in the creation of fake employee accounts that pair AI-generated profile photos with text lifted from legitimate users.

Jay Pinho is a developer who is working on a product that tracks company data, including hiring. Pinho said his scraper shows that the number of LinkedIn profiles claiming current roles at Amazon fell from roughly 1.25 million to 838,601 in just one day, a 33 percent drop.

As stated above, the number of LinkedIn profiles that claimed to work at Apple fell by approximately 50 percent on Oct. 10, according to Pinho's analysis.

Neither Amazon or Apple responded to requests for comment. LinkedIn declined to answer questions about the account purges, saying only that the company is constantly working to keep the platform free of fake accounts. In June, LinkedIn acknowledged it was seeing a rise in fraudulent activity happening on the platform.

KrebsOnSecurity hired Menlo Park, Calif.-based SignalHire to check Pinho's numbers. SignalHire keeps track of active and former profiles on LinkedIn, and during the Oct 9-11 timeframe SignalHire said it saw somewhat smaller but still unprecedented drops in active profiles tied to Amazon and Apple.

In late September 2022, KrebsOnSecurity warned about the proliferation of fake LinkedIn profiles for Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) roles at some of the world's largest corporations. A follow-up story on Oct. 5 showed how the phony profile problem has affected virtually all executive roles at corporations, and how these fake profiles are creating an identity crisis for the businesses networking site and the companies that rely on it to hire and screen prospective employees. krebsonsecurity.com

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Amazon Using 'Secretive Algorithm' to Smash Competition?
Amazon faces $1 billion class action lawsuit in the UK over alleged antitrust breach

The claim is the subject of an antitrust investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority, the U.K. competition watchdog.

Amazon faces a $1 billion class action lawsuit in the U.K., where the company has been accused of using a "secretive" algorithm to abuse its dominant position in e-commerce.

Amazon harms its customers by directing them to its "featured offer," resulting in better-value deals being hidden and consumers ending up paying more for products, according to the suit, which is expected to be filed with the Competition Appeal Tribunal in October.

The suit alleges Amazon exploits its so-called "Buy Box" to steer shoppers toward its own products and items from third-party sellers who use its order fulfillment and delivery services.

The Buy Box is an area on Amazon's product pages that gives customers a one-click option to "Buy Now" or "Add to Basket." Amazon sets certain criteria for sellers to become Buy Box eligible and, if accepted, they gain placement advantages for their listings.

It adds that Amazon uses a "secretive and self-favouring algorithm to ensure that the Buy Box nearly always features goods sold directly by Amazon itself, or by third-party retailers who pay hefty storage and delivery fees to Amazon." cnbc.com

Amazon Selling Suicide Kits?
Family sues Amazon for selling product that led to 16-year-old's death by suicide
A Hilliard family is accusing Amazon of selling a product to their 16-year-old daughter that their attorneys say she used to die by suicide in 2020.

In a products liability and negligence suit filed Sept. 29 in California, the parents of the teen joined other families from around the country in claiming that Amazon assisted in their child's "untimely, painful, and preventable" death by selling her an industrial-grade chemical that cost less than $20.

"This is a case about the most powerful, wealthy, and trusted corporation in America knowingly assisting in the deaths of healthy children by selling them suicide kits," attorneys with the Brooklyn-based law firm C. A. Goldberg wrote in their complaint.

At the heart of the lawsuit is Amazon's sale of the substance, commonly used in minuscule amounts as a coloring agent or food preservative and manufactured by Loudwolf, a California-based industrial equipment supplier. nbc4i.com

Walmart E-Comm Layoffs & Automation Push
What Walmart's warehouse layoffs say about its strategy against Amazon Marketplace

The move comes as Walmart pushes for more automation in its warehouses & stores.

Walmart is letting go of nearly 1,500 workers at one of its fulfillment centers in the Atlanta area, with the company repurposing the e-commerce facility to support third-party sellers.

Walmart filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, or WARN, last week with the Georgia Department of Labor. Federal law requires businesses with 100 or more employees to give 60 days advance notice of mass layoffs or other work disruptions.

A Walmart blog post published on Monday said the company will turn the fulfillment center into "a dedicated facility supporting our growing Walmart Fulfillment Services (WFS) business." The company launched Walmart Fulfillment Services in 2020 to allow third-party-marketplace sellers to ship and store products using the retailer's warehouses.

Close to 200,000 third-party sellers currently list products on Walmart Marketplace - about twice as many compared to the summer of 2021, according to estimates from Marketplace Pulse, an e-commerce analytics firm. For comparison, Amazon said it has nearly 2 million third-party sellers on its marketplace.

Karisa Sprague, Walmart's senior vice president for fulfillment operations, wrote in the blog post that this "strategic move" will include equipment and infrastructure improvements, and the goal is to fully convert the Atlanta facility this fall. businessinsider.com

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Tallahassee, FL: 2 accused of defrauding $47K from Lowe's stores in refund scheme spanning 8 Florida counties
Two men were accused of stealing from Florida Lowe's Home Improvement stores in an eight-county "crime spree". Attorney General Ashley Moody said Alexi Baldivia and Randy Rivero were arrested on outstanding warrants in Sarasota County and charged with grand theft and scheme to defraud. "Organized retail theft hurts consumers as stores must account for losses when pricing items, but we are fighting back, and this latest case is just another example of my office working with law enforcement to stop criminals targeting stores across our state," Moody said. "My statewide Prosecutors will ensure this criminal organization faces justice for their rampant crime spree." Moody's office said Baldivia and Rivero would purchase items and obtain a receipt before travelling to another store. Then, they would allegedly gather up the same items from inside the store and attempt to return them, and repeat the process for multiple stores. The Attorney General's office said the duo racked up a total of $47,000 in losses in Charlotte, Collier, Hillsborough, Lee, Orange, Sarasota, Seminole and Volusia counties. The alleged stolen items included windows, doors and flooring. Moody's Office of Statewide Prosecution has charged both men with grand theft (over $20,000) and organized scheme to defraud (over $20,000), which are both second degree felonies. wkrg.com

Macon, GA: 'I lost $40K': Macon business owners stung by an increase of burglary and theft
In Macon the homicide numbers aren't the only thing you should worry about. "I lost around $40,000 dollars in inventory," a business owner said. CEO and business owner of Girl Factor, Courtney Waters knows the ping of being burglarized. "They broke the cameras, they busted a hole through the wall, a lot of merchandise that was stolen, shoes, clothes, inventory all went missing," Waters explained. At a city hall meeting discussing crime, the sheriff spoke about several crimes outside of the 56 homicides that are leading statistics in Macon-- some of them in particular, commercial burglary seeing massive spikes in frequency. "People have been breaking into stores for as long as there have been stores...Unfortunately, our property crime has increased by 10%, but the commercial burglaries and auto thefts have led the way," Sheriff Davis said.  wgxa.tv

Cranston, RI: Sneaker store hit in 'smash and grab'
Cranston police are searching for the group of suspects accused of breaking into a locally owned sneaker shop. There has been a string of crimes over the last week in the city. Steven Rocchio and Joe Michael got a call early Wednesday morning no local businesses owner wants to get -- their alarm at the Sneaker Spot in Cranston was going off. When they arrived, they found the door smashed and thousands of dollars of merchandise gone from the store. "It hurts to know that there are people out there that do want to take this away," said Steven Rocchio, co-owner of Sneaker Spot. Cranston police said cameras caught a group of five to six people wearing masks and gloves breaking in turnto10.com

Rochester, MN: Convicted Thieves Charged in Massive Theft from Rochester Store
Two men with a history of theft convictions are facing new charges in connection to the theft of thousands of dollars in items from a Rochester store. Olmsted County prosecutors filed felony theft charges against 32-year-old Tyler Lentz of Eyota and 48-year-old Garrick Sneed of Rochester Wednesday. The criminal complaint accuses the men of stealing over $2,000 in merchandise from a store in northwest Rochester on June 19. Store employees were able to obtain a description of the vehicle that investigators later learned had stolen plates. Roughly two hours after the reported theft, the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office received a report of two men, later identified as Sneed and Lentz, seen loading power tools into a vehicle at an Eyota residence. Responding deputies recovered power tools, security cameras, and other items worth a combined $2,065.29 from the trunk of a vehicle at the Eyota residence, according to court documents. Court records indicate Sneed has theft convictions that go back as far as 1992. He was charged in Olmsted County Court last month in connection to a stolen vehicle case. Lentz has five prior theft-related convictions in Olmsted and Winona Counties, with the most recent conviction occurring in 2020. Both men are in custody at the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center. krocnews.com

Elko, NV: Two women accused of conspiracy to steal $11,200 jewelry
One of two women charged in an elaborate jewelry theft scheme has been arrested. T'Neal Stubbs, 34, of Elko was booked into jail Oct. 15 on a felony warrant for attempted grand larceny and conspiracy to commit grand larceny. Stubbs and Rainey Lang are accused of entering a local jewelry store separately and one of them making off with a ring that had a price tag of $11,200. However, the store was not putting its real merchandise out where it could be stolen, so they ended up with cubic zirconium valued at only $300. According to court records, a woman with blue hair entered the store and was trying on engagement rings when a blonde woman holding a dog entered and they began talking about the dog. The blue-haired woman asked to hold the dog. They took pictures and then began bickering when the ring could not be found. The crime occurred on Feb. 28. The next day, police were called to a different jewelry store after two women matching the description entered with a dog. After finding out the ring was not real diamond, they complained that they got "ripped off" at the other jewelry store. Stubbs and Lang were charged Sept. 12 with attempted grand larceny because they had specific intent to steal an item valued at more than $5,000, according to the criminal complaint. They were also charged with conspiracy to commit grand larceny. Stubbs and Lang both have previous criminal records for theft and drugs.  elkodaily.com

Davenport, IA: Police accuse woman, co-defendant, of multiple thefts valued at $2200 from Walmart

Tupelo, MS: Alabama woman charged with felony shoplifting, tried to hide $1,000 of merchandise from Mississippi store

Paducah, KY: Police searching for woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise from Walmart

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Lacey, WA: Duo accused of stealing over $1000 in merchandise from Kohl's, damaging police car

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Akron, OH: Store Clerk charged in Sept. 1 shooting that led to bystander's death
The Akron convenience store clerk who shot a bystander inside the Lover's Lane store on Sept. 1 while in a dispute with another customer has been charged with negligent homicide following the death Wednesday of the bystander. Gurninder Banvait, 55, was arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged in the death of the 48-year-old bystander, Torres Bruster, police said Thursday. Bruster's family members earlier on Wednesday told the Beacon Journal they were upset no one had been charged in the shooting. Bruster had been in a coma and on life support since the shooting, the family said. He had been shot in the head and died early Wednesday morning, according to the Summit County Medical Examiner's Office. Bruster was a bystander in the East Akron neighborhood store when Banvait drew a gun during a dispute with another male customer that apparently started over incorrect change, according to police. The gun discharged and struck Bruster, police said. beaconjournal.com

Boise, ID: Boise Police Officer justified in shooting mall shooting suspect
Police encountered an "ongoing shooting spree" when they arrived at the Boise Towne Square mall last October, an Idaho prosecutor said in a report this month, and a Boise Police Department officer's attempt to use deadly force against the assailant was justified. The Boise Police Department announced in a news release Thursday that Twin Falls County Prosecuting Attorney Grant Loebs determined an officer took necessary action at the mall on Oct. 25. The officer was not named in the release, but previous Statesman reporting from official accounts of that day show that BPD Officers Jason Shofner and Chris Dance were the ones who engaged with shooter Jacob Bergquist. Bergquist walked through the mall for 24 minutes before eventually opening fire, killing two people and injuring several others. He walked away from an encounter with security guard Jo Acker but quickly turned around and shot Acker, according to previous Statesman reporting. That started the assault, with Bergquist "walking backward while shooting down the main corridor of the mall" before heading into Macy's and firing shots. After he left the mall, body camera footage showed Bergquist shooting at two Boise police officers in their vehicle. They had arrived within minutes and encountered Bergquist behind Dave and Buster's, and returned fire, according to police reports. One of the officer's firearms became inoperable, so he attempted to hit Bergquist with a patrol car. Bergquist shot himself in the head behind a building, dying within 7 minutes after he began shooting in the mall, according to police. ktvb.com

Update: Flint, MI: Coworkers of slain Flint Family Dollar Security Guard recall fatal shooting
Bianca Davis was a cashier at the Flint Family Dollar when a young man walked up to her and asked, "where the man was that got into it with a woman." She said she didn't know what he was talking about, and the man walked off. A little while later, another man entered the store and began yelling about a man who hit his wife. "The next thing I know, there was a gunshot," Davis said. Davis' testimony came Thursday, Oct. 20, after being called as a witness in the trial of three people charged with first-degree premeditated homicide and felony firearm in the May 1, 2020, death of Calvin "Duper" Munerlyn, a security guard working at the store. Davis was on the stand when prosecutors played a video of the shooting. It captured a man authorities identified as defendant Ramonyea Bishop entering the store and walking aimlessly from aisle to aisle.
It also captured another man, identified as Larry Teague, entering the store moments later. Munerlyn, wearing a red shirt adorned with a logo from the superhero "The Flash," approached Larry Teague at the front of the store. At the same time, the man police identified as Bishop approached Munerlyn from behind. As Munerlyn turned to face him, the man pulled a gun and fired. mlive.com

St Louis, MO: Robbers burglarize clothing store and shoot at Store Owner
Two robbers burglarized the clothing store on Washington Avenue, exchanged gunfire with the store's owner, and fled in a stolen Hyundai Monday morning, police said. According to St. Louis Metro police, at about 3:20 a.m. two suspects broke into Dictate Never Accept (DNA), a clothing store located at 1311 Washington Avenue. The suspects burglarized the business, which police said was unoccupied when they entered the store. While the suspects were in the store, the store's owner went to the store after being alerted by an alarm. Once the owner got to the store, one of the suspects pulled out a gun and fired at the store owner, to which the owner responded by producing his own gun and firing back at the suspects. Neither the suspects nor the store owner were hit or injured by gunfire, police said. The suspects fled the scene with stolen merchandise in a black Hyundai Sonata, which was reported stolen. About 30 minutes prior to the DNA robbery, a French restaurant in the Central West End was also broken into early Monday. ksdk.com

Stonecrest, GA: Man injured in shooting during fight inside Stonecrest Mall, shots fired
Police are investigating a shooting that happened during a fight at the Stonecrest Mall Thursday afternoon. Officials say the shooting happened inside the mall after two men got into a dispute. At some point during the argument, police say shots were fired - grazing one of the men involved. DeKalb County police say there is no active shooter at the mall, there are no other injuries, and the shooting was not fatal. Investigators have not said if the gunman is in custody and have not released the identity of anyone involved. fox5atlanta.com

Lancaster County, PA: One injured in shooting outside convenience store
One person was injured when a shooting broke out in Lancaster County on Wednesday afternoon. Police were called to the Turkey Hill convenience store on Main Street, East Petersburg, around 4:45 p.m., LancasterOnline reported. A supervisor with Lancaster-Wide Communications told the outlet that one person was transported to a hospital, and an officer at the scene confirmed it was a shooting. LancasterOnline reports that a vehicle at the scene appeared to have a bullet hole in its driver's side window.  pennlive.com

Copperas Cove, TX: Man arrested on suspicion of shooting out window at H-E-B

Parsons, WV: 'Squeak Bennett,' 71, arrested after shooting dollar store light out, barricading himself in West Virginia home

Waterloo, IA - Man sentenced to 10 years in prison in C-store shooting


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Gurnee, IL: Law enforcement task force arrests 3 masked suspects armed with guns in Gurnee Mills Mall
A law enforcement task force arrested three masked suspects who were armed with guns inside Gurnee Mills mall in Gurnee, authorities said. The Illinois Attorney General's Organized Retail Crimes Task Force recently conducted operations targeting retail crimes at suburban Chicago shopping malls. The task force collaborated with the Illinois Secretary of State's Office, local law enforcement agencies and retail partners during an operation at the Gurnee Mills mall in Gurnee. The attorney general's office and law enforcement apprehended three masked and armed suspects inside the mall on October 8. The three suspects were juveniles and a fourth suspect, identified as Jamaree Randle, 19, of Zion, was also charged. The attorney general's office said the four suspects were armed but a spokesperson for the state's attorney's office said Randle was not armed. The Lake County State's Attorney's Office is prosecuting the cases against the four suspects. lakemchenryscanner.com

Guilderland, NY: Watervliet 19 year old had handgun inside Crossgates Mall, Dick's Sporting Goods
A Watervliet 19-year-old has been arrested, accused of possessing a handgun inside Dick's Sporting Goods at Crossgates Mall late Tuesday afternoon, police said. James F. Lunday, IV, 19, of Watervliet, was arrested and charged with second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a weapon in a restricted location, both felonies. Lunday is accused of possessing a loaded Springfield XDS 9mm semi-automatic handgun in the store just after 4:30 p.m. Police were called there then for a report of a man with a handgun. Lunday was arraigned and released to probation supervision to return to court later. The incident comes three days after police said they arrested a 17-year-old on a weapons charge outside the mall. That 17-year-old was spotted by officers outside acting suspiciously and was eventually found to have a defaced and loaded gun, police said.  dailygazette.com

Los Angeles County, CA: Brink's heist saga: How do you fence stolen gems worth millions? Inside the jewelry black market
For people who work in downtown L.A.'s frenetic jewelry district, St. Vincent Court - with its relaxed restaurants and old-world atmosphere - is a charming haven. But on a recent afternoon, jewelers slouched in worn chairs outside of Le Cafe Bonjour considered an urgent question consuming their tight-knit community: What happened to the goods stolen in the multimillion-dollar Brink's heist? As passersby offered greetings in Farsi and Hebrew, the jewelers - all of them men, most of them older - agreed on this: The thieves worked quickly to unload the pilfered merchandise, which could now be anywhere. The theft occurred in July when a Brink's big rig paused at a Grapevine truck stop while transporting jewelry from a Northern California trade show to the Southland. Some of the jewelry might even be in L.A., perhaps in businesses just feet from the bricked alley between Broadway and Hill Street where the men were sitting, they said. The jewelers asked that their names not be published so they could speak frankly about their industry, including its unsavory side. It is likely, they said, that the bulk of the precious wares had been altered to make them unrecognizable. latimes.com

Josephine County, OR: 6 Texas men accused of posing as DEA agents, robbing cannabis farm
An indictment was unsealed in federal court Thursday charging six Texas men for conspiring to travel to Southern Oregon to commit an armed robbery of cannabis while disguised as agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. ktvl.com

Beachwood, OH: Police Log indicates rash of thefts at Beachwood Place
From Oct 12 to Oct 16th, Beachwood Police responded to Dillard and Saks on 9 occasions for shoplifting arrests totaling over $ 4,500 in merchandise.

Denver, CO: Lyft driver charged with sexually assaulting multiple women

Memphis, TN: Bass Pro employee accused of stealing gun, 2 cars while at work

Kansas City, MO: Two 19-year-olds charged for smash-and-grab gun store thefts caught on video

Logan, UT: Woman sentenced to probation for attempting $30,000 in fraudulent purchases on stolen credit cards



Antiques - Camp Verde, AZ - Robbery
C-Store - Burbank, CA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Culver City, CA - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Fayetteville, NC - Armed Robbery
C-Store - New York, NY - Robbery
C-Store - Oregon, WI - Armed Robbery
C-Store - Luzerne County, PA - Burglary
C-Store - Memphis, TN - Armed Robbery
Clothing - St Louis, MO - Armed Robbery / Shooting
Clothing - Lacey, WA - Robbery
Clothing - Cranston, RI - Burglary
Gas Station - Littleton, CO - Burglary
Gas Station - Catlettsburg, KY - Robbery
Guns - Kansas City, MO - Burglary
Hardware - Mount Laurel, NJ - Robbery
Jewelry - Greensboro, NC - Robbery
Jewelry - Wichita Falls Tx - Robbery
Jewelry - Albuquerque, NM - Robbery
Liquor - Wichita, KS - Robbery
Marijuana - Josephine County, OR - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Carpentersville, IL - Robbery
Restaurant - Oakland, CA - Burglary
Restaurant - St Louis, MO - Burglary
Restaurant - St Louis, MO - Burglary


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


Weekly Totals:
• 100 robberies
• 35 burglaries
• 4 shootings
• 3 killed

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