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By Siddharth Cavale and Arriana McLymore

NEW YORK (Reuters)—Retailers ranging from Walmart to Barnes & Noble are installing cameras or locking away items to deter shoplifters and thieves as they brace for a post-pandemic rush of holiday shoppers this year.

Some, including Walmart, J.C. Penney and Walgreens, put in place new surveillance systems or more security guards. Others, like Target and Barnes & Noble, sealed merchandise behind plexiglass or tethered it with steel cables to store shelves.

The retail industry has decried theft this holiday season as it struggles with excess inventories and a pullback in consumer spending at a time of high inflation.

“Sales are suppressed. Profits are being punished at the time of the highest inflation in 42 years. And now with the cost of preventing crime going up, that’s going to be passed along in higher prices,” said Burt Flickinger, managing director at retail consulting firm Strategic Resource Group.

The effect on holiday sales and profits “will be horrific,” he added. “Nowadays you can see shampoos are locked up, along with acetaminophen and Tylenol and multipacks of toothpaste locked up…. people planning to shop in stores will not want to go in to these locked and over-secured stores. So overall retailers lose both the planned purchase and the impulse purchases.”

Crime has been in the spotlight since a spate of brazen, violent store thefts – including a “smash and grab” incident during the holiday season last year where 80 people rushed into a Nordstrom near San Francisco and ran out with armfuls of merchandise, injuring five employees. One survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF) cited a 26.5% jump last year in “organized retail crime” carried out by groups of people.

But it is unclear whether overall U.S. retail crime is on the rise, with little data available on the problem. Total losses from shoplifting, theft, fraud and errors for U.S. retailers in 2021 remained steady at an average rate of 1.4% of total sales, as it had been over the previous five years.

Still, retailers are diverting more resources towards security this quarter, which could add pressure on margins already squeezed by higher gas, transportation, labor and raw material costs.

Part of the problem is that prosecuting petty crime is a hassle, and some states raised their thresholds for the value of merchandise stolen to around $1,000 to trigger a felony charge.

That puts the onus on preventing crime in the first place, especially during the Thanksgiving weekend that is expected to see a record shopper turnout. The busy holiday season represents nearly 20% of total U.S. retail sales for the year.

SURVEILLANCE AND STROBE LIGHTS

A sign of the times can be seen in the small communities of Paducah, Kentucky, and Opelika, Alabama, where Walmart, J.C. Penney, Walgreens and other major retailers have brought in large, mobile surveillance units that record all activity in their parking lots.

Walmart, for example, said it has nine surveillance units outside three massive Supercenter stores in both cities.

The units, provided by LiveView Technologies as part of a pilot, offer 24-hour live video footage to retailers so they can alert authorities of any suspicious activity, said Brian Laird, Paducah’s chief of police. They also have flashing strobe lights and loud speakers to warn potential thieves that their actions are being observed.

Others retailers have focused their anti-theft efforts inside their stores. A Target in White Plains, New York, for example, placed all Ulta Beauty cosmetics behind locked plexiglass.

At a Barnes & Noble in the Galleria Mall in White Plains, American Girl ‘Wellie Wisher’ dolls are shackled to the shelves with electronic ties. At another Barnes & Noble store in Manhattan, customers have to carry empty Lego set boxes to cashiers and receive the pieces after their purchase.

‘PET PEEVE’

Major consumer products companies such as Procter & Gamble are annoyed—and so are shoppers.

P&G last week said it is investing in in-store displays to avoid having its razor blades stuck in glass casing, while shoppers complain the locked displays and cables slow them down and force them to find staff who can set the merchandise free.

“Target has a new feature!” TikTok user @manifest_makeup wrote in the caption of a video shared in September with her 20,000 followers. “Everything is now behind glass just like Walmart!”

Rex Freiberger, a 40-year-old Los Angeles resident, says he has noticed “more and more items” placed behind plexiglass at the Walmart where he shops for holiday gifts.

“My biggest pet peeve about having so many items behind locked doors is when stores don’t have enough workers on the floor to help unlock those doors,” he said.

Retailers rarely openly acknowledge the threat of theft or crime because they generally don’t want to spook shoppers.

But Target last week said it saw a “precipitous decline” in discretionary spending and disclosed that theft could wipe out more than $600 million in gross profit this year. That represents nearly 2% of the $31 billion in gross profits it earned last year.

“Along with other retailers, we’ve seen a significant increase in theft and organized retail crime across our business,” Target CEO Brian Cornell told investors on a November 16 conference call.

“As a result, we’re making significant investments in training and technology that can deter theft and keep our guests and store team members safe.”

(Additional reporting by Doyinsola Oladipo, editing by Deepa Babington)




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SAEMA 2022: How DIA, Army, Police, NDLEA Others Shone at 4th Security and Emergency Management Awards in Abuja

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SAEMA 2022: How DIA, Army, Police, NDLEA Others Shone at 4th Security and Emergency Management Awards in Abuja

The security officers at SAEMA SCA Awards 2022
The security officers at SAEMA SCA Awards 2022

The Nigerian Army, the Defense Intelligence Agency, Nigeria Police Force, and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) were among the key security agencies that were honoured at the 4th Security and Emergency Management Awards (SAEMA) held in Abuja on November 23, 2022.

While the Intelligence and Safety Award went to the DIA, the NDLEA won the award for Crime Prevention.

Lieutenant Colonel Ishaya Aliyu Manga of the Nigerian Army won the award for Gallantry while ACP Daniel Amah of the Nigeria Police was honoured as Security Officer of the Year.

There were also a couple of winners cutting across public service and private sectors.

IMPR Staff with SAEMA Awards
IMPR Staff with SAEMA Awards

The award ceremony was organised by Image Merchants Promotion Limited (IMPR), publishers of PRNigeria, Economic Confidential, Spokespersons Digest, Politics Digest, Tech Digest and other publications.

The SAEMA recognizes outstanding gallantry, and contributions to safety, security and Emergency Management in Nigeria was hosted in collaboration with the Centre for Crisis Communication, CCC, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre, CISLAC, the International Emergency Management Society, TIEMS, and The Media Today, TMT.

The Executive Secretary of Centre for Crisis Communication (CCC), Air Commodore Yusuf Anas (rtd) was the Chairman of SAEMA Jury Panel.

Guests at SAEMA, SCA Awards
Guests at SAEMA, SCA Awards

The chairman of the occasion was President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman, Femi Adesina, who also went home with the Distinguished Fellow Award.

Other dignitaries present were the President of Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, Mukhtar Sirajo, who was the keynote speaker, Director of Defence Information, Maj Gen Jimmy Akpor, erstwhile Director of Defence Information and Chairman Forum of Spokespersons of Security and Response Agencies (FOSSRA), Maj Gen Chris Olukolade (rtd); former Army spokesman and currently a Director at Nigerian Army Resources Centre, Brig Gen SK Usman (rtd), Dr Sule Yau Sule, Chairman NIPR Membership Committee, and Alhaji Ismail Sani CEO Wonderland Television.

SAEMA Winners/Finalists

INDIVIDUAL

Award SAEMA Journalist Daily Trust Reporter, Salim Ibrahim Umar,
Award SAEMA Journalist Daily Trust Reporter, Salim Ibrahim Umar,

Humanitarian Journalist of the Year
Salim Ibrahim Umar, Reporter, Daily Trust – Winner

“Umar has been consistently reporting on humanitarian issues, especially on flood victims and recurrent building collapse. He persistently reported on the plight of flood victims around Kano-Jigawa axis which draws the attention of the government and other concerned authorities for necessary intervention.”

Award SAEMA Journalist Osita Sunday U. of the Guardian
Award SAEMA Journalist Osita Sunday U. of the Guardian

Certificate of Excellence
Osita Sunday U., Security Editor, The Guardian
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Military Officer of the Year
Navy Commodore Malami Haruna, Nigerian Navy – Winner

“The Commander of the Nigerian Navy Ship, NNS BEECROFT, Commodore Malami Haruna, has over the years been very instrumental in restraining criminals’ activities along Nigeria’s coastal ways. In early June 2022, he thwarted an attempt by some criminal elements to smuggle about 463 bags of illicit substances suspected to be Cannabis Sativa worth N500m through the sea, into the country.”

Certificates of Excellence
Late Flight Lieutenant Abubakar Muhammed Alkali and Late Flight Lieutenant Elijah Haruna Karatu (Posthumous), Nigerian Air Force, NAF
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SAEMA Security Officer of the Year, ACP Daniel Amah, DPO Bompai Police Station, Kano
SAEMA Security Officer of the Year, ACP Daniel Amah, DPO Bompai Police Station, Kano

Security Officer of the Year
ACP Daniel Amah, DPO Bompai Police Station, Kano – Winner

“ACP Daniel Amah is the Divisional Police Officer, in charge of Bompai Division in Nassarawa, Kano State Command.
In August 2022, his sound professionalism and patriotism led to the arrest of an armed robbery syndicate which offered him a bribe of humungous sum of $200,000 to look away, which he ultimately rejected and never compromised.”

Certificate of Excellence
Sector Commander Yusuf Abdullahi, Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Bauchi Command
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Law Enforcement Officer
Comptroller of Immigration Rabi Bashir Nuhu, Kebbi State Command – Winner

“In October, the Kebbi State Command of Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, under the leadership of Rabi Bashir Nuhu, arrested a cleric while he was trying to traffick 21 children from Nigeria to Mauritania and Senegal through the Kebbi border post.
Also, in early September, he handed over to NAPTIP a 13-year-old girl (Temitope Marvellous) who was rescued from human traffickers while on their way to Sokoto aiming to cross border and reach Libya illegally.”

Certificate of Excellence
Controller of Correction Ben-Rabbi Freeman, Lagos State Command
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SAEMA Crisis Manager of the Year
SAEMA Crisis Manager of the Year

Crisis Management
Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, Spokesperson, Nigerian Air Force, NAF – Winner

“Ever since he assumed duty as the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) spokesperson in 2021, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet has been providing regular updates on the operational activities of the NAF. He always embraces the press thereby making it easy for information to flow. Rather than issuing press statements, he provides the enabling environment for third-party narratives on the successes on counter-insurgency operations. Meanwhile, he is always there to confirm and expatiate on the developments.”

Certificate of Excellence
Tochukwu Ikenga, Spokesperson, Anambra Police Command
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SAEMA Gallantry Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Ishaya Aliyu Manga, Nigerian Army,
SAEMA Gallantry Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Ishaya Aliyu Manga, Nigerian Army,

Gallantry
Lieutenant Colonel Ishaya Aliyu Manga, Nigerian Army, NA

“Lt. Col. l.A. Manga is one of the most unsung heroes in the Nigerian military whose participation in various Counterinsurgency and Counter-terrorism operations has contributed to returning of peace to some troubled communities in Nigeria. He has participated in almost all the designated military operations theaters in the northeast region.
His efforts in clearing terror spots in the northeast region was very remarkable that he has been assigned for similar tasks in the Northwest, especially in banditry axes where he is also leading team that conducted long range patrol in clearing prone environs.”

Certificate of Excellence
Late Inspector Ilyasu Abraham, (Posthumous), Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC
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INSTITUTIONAL

Community Service
Nigerian Correctional Services, NCoS, Kebbi State Command – Winner

“The Kebbi State Command of Nigerian Correctional Services, NCoS, has been deploying lesser offenders under non-custodial sentences to serve in various communities while they are under supervision by the Prison wardens.
They perform activities like sweeping the streets, drainage, and Strategic government buildings. This is very vital for the maintenance of environmental hygiene while at the same time help in decongesting the prison.”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigerian Air Force, NAF, Enugu State Command
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SAEMA Intelligence Safety to DIA
SAEMA Intelligence Safety to DIA

Intelligence and Safety
Defence Intelligence Agency, DIA – Winner

“Being the highest military intelligence body, its behind the scene efforts have resulted in the elimination of many terror commanders in the Northeast and bandits’ kingpins in the Northwest alongside their followers. Their secret operations have averted many national security breaches across the country.
After from tracking in arrest criminals and their informants, it also successfully rescued many abducted citizens from captivity of terrorists and bandits.”

Certificate of Excellence
National Intelligence Agency, NIA
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SAEMA Crime Prevention Award to NDLEA
SAEMA Crime Prevention Award to NDLEA

Crime Prevention
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA – Winner

“Between January 2021 to September 2022, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested 19,341 drug traffickers, seized 5452 kilograms of illicit drug worth N420billion, as well as recorded 3111 convictions. In September, the agency achieved its all-time record in a single operation by busting a major warehouse in Ikorodu estate, Lagos State where 1.8tons (1,855kgs) of cocaine worth over $278,250,000, equivalent of about N194.7billion was seized.”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigerian Navy, NN
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Civilian-Military Relations
Defence Headquarters, DHQ – Winner

“As part of its strategy to ensure the return of lasting peace to troubled communities across Nigeria, the Defense Headquarters, DHQ, has been employing non-kinetic approaches such as consultations with stakeholders in the community, medical outreaches, drilling of boreholes, building of schools and public toilets among others. Thus, more than 50,000 of Boko Haram fighters in the Northeast have called it quit and surrendered themselves to the Military.”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigerian Army, NA
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SAEMA Public Information Awards presented to ICPC
SAEMA Public Information Awards presented to ICPC

Public Information Management
Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission, ICPC – Winner

“As one of the Anti-graft agencies in Nigeria, ICPC provides well and thoroughly scrutinised media updates for any of their activities in order to keep people abreast of their progress.
In September, the Commission revealed how it uncovered about N400 billion fraud in the 2022 budget. In late June, ICPC raided an Abuja residence in Wuse where billions of naira and foreign currency were stashed. Currently, the commission is probing about 721 constituency projects in 20 states.”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigerian Customs Service, NCS
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SAEMA Emergency Management Award presented to NSCDC Kaduna
SAEMA Emergency Management Award presented to NSCDC Kaduna

Emergency Management
Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, Kaduna State Command – Winner

“In terms of response and disaster management, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC has on many occasions placed vulnerable communities on red alert against flooding.
In August, it can be recalled how the Kaduna State Command, of NSCDC has placed Divisional Officers and residents on red alert over the dangers of floods in the state, a development which helped a lot in mitigating the occurrence and managing the disaster.”

Certificate of Excellence
Federal Fire Service
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SPECIAL RECOGNITION

Lt Col Manga Congratulate Mr Chidi Omeje of CISA
Lt Col Manga Congratulate Mr Chidi Omeje of CISA

Volunteer Group
Citizens Initiative for Security Awareness, CISA – Winner

“Citizens Initiative for Security Awareness, CISA, is a Non-Governmental Organisation which has over the years contributed more than its fair share of quota in drawing the attention of government and the international community to the security situation in parts of the country. The group focuses on drawing the attention of relevant government agencies and security outfits to loopholes or developments that may jeopardize the security of the people. It also draws the attention of humanitarian agencies to the plight and challenges of people who have suffered from one security crisis or the other.”

Certificate of Excellence
Federal Fire Service

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SAEMA Cybercrime Prevention Award presented to EFCC
SAEMA Cybercrime Prevention Award presented to EFCC

Cybercrimes Prevention
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos State Command – Winner

“The Lagos Zonal Command of EFCC has been very relentless in their efforts towards restraining the activities of cyber fraudsters. Their clamp down on Bureau De Change operators across the major cities was very influential on how Naira is fast regaining its strength against the US Dollar. ”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigeria Police Force
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Humanitarian Service
North East Development Commission, NEDC – Winner

“The giant strides of the North East Development Commission, NEDC, in the zone are very commendable. This ranges from the building houses for the IDPs, the provision of empowerment skills and scholarship schemes to the teaming of youth and graduates in the region.
NEDC also trains women and empowers them with vital skills to be able to earn a living, add value to their lives and contribute to the economy of their respective homes.”

Certificate of Excellence
Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC
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SAEMA Award for Training presented to the Nigeria Customs Service NCS
SAEMA Award for Training presented to the Nigeria Customs Service NCS

Training Institute
Nigerian Customs Training College, Ikeja – Winner

The Nigerian Customs Training College, Ikeja has over the years contributed immensely in training Cadets which later graduate and contribute immensely to the economic and security sectors in Nigeria. In January 2022, the college had trained and graduated about 415 cadets which the country had since started benefiting from the expertise gained from the college.”

Certificate of Excellence
Nigerian Immigration Training School, Kano
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Data Security Management
Nigeria Data Protection Bureau, NDPB

“Ever since the establishment of the agency, there has been considerable improvement in the issue of data privacy and its regulation in the country through legal framework provided.
In June, the bureau commenced thorough investigations into reports of alleged breaches of data privacy involving Wema Bank PLC and KC Gaming Networks (Bet Naija). Also, in August, NDPB revealed that it is investigating Philips Consulting and the United Bank for Africa plc for violating the Nigeria Data Protection Regulation.”
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The screw is turning on Russian kleptocrats and their corrupt accomplices

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A Russian businessman has been arrested by the National Crime Agency (NCA)

A Russian businessman has been arrested by the National Crime Agency (NCA)

Late last week, at a sprawling, multi-million pound property in London, National Crime Agency officers arrested a wealthy Russian businessman who we suspect of offences including conspiracy to commit perjury, fraud and money laundering.

Even for our officers, who work daily to tackle the highest risk and most complex crime threats facing the UK, arresting this profile of suspect isn’t an everyday event.

But what is happening, all of the time, is the NCA taking meaningful action against the corrupt wealth linked to Putin’s regime.

The foundations for this were laid following the tragic poisonings in Salisbury four years ago.  We created a team that for the most part worked covertly gathering intelligence on individuals we suspected of corruption who were active in the UK, and sharing it to enable action by partners across government, law enforcement and the security services.

But after Russia launched its brutal full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24th, we set up our Combatting Kleptocracy Cell, which allowed us to rapidly expand our activity against corrupt elites and bring that work to the forefront of NCA operations.

In the nine months since, the Cell has achieved close to 100 disruptions – which is law enforcement jargon but simply refers to actions that have tangibly reduced or removed a crime threat linked to Russia.

These include court orders freezing millions of pounds linked to people with suspected ties with the Russian regime, while across Europe, North America and beyond, the NCA’s work has assisted partner countries in freezing assets including luxury houses, yachts and aircraft suspected of being illegally held by sanctioned individuals.

But it isn’t only the people directly involved in expropriating wealth and assets from Russia we’re taking action against.  We’re also targeting their UK-based enablers – those who either turn a blind eye or knowingly facilitate the transfer and concealment of dirty money.

These enablers can be wealth managers or accountants, estate agents or solicitors, auctioneers or private security. They are relatively few in number, but the impact they have is far reaching. They undermine the UK economy, making all of us poorer, while helping to fuel Russia’s war

We know that our work is helping to protect our public and institutions from kleptocracy. A number of Russian oligarchs have removed their suspicious or illicit assets from the UK, or chosen to use global financial hubs other than London to move money through. But these corrupt elites have spent decades fine tuning how they abuse UK structures to protect their wealth, and changing the perception of London as a destination of choice for kleptocrats will not be quick. It will take time, legislation, and resource to have the lasting impact that we seek.

Our work continues apace, and is not restricted to  kleptocracy. We’re stepping up NCA activity, upstream, overseas and online as we go after the highest harm criminals and groups affecting the UK, wherever they are and how ever well resourced they may be.  All of them can be assured that there will be no let up from us.


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Biden Admin Dissolves Parent Council on Education After Complaints About its Left-Wing Bias

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The Biden administration is dissolving a council created to address parental concerns with education after critics claimed it was filled with left-wing activists.

A lawsuit filed by conservative education groups in July accused the National Parents and Families Engagement Council of being “partisan” and “influenced inappropriately.” The council was created a month prior to create “effective relationships” between educators and parents. Under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, advisory groups must be bipartisan and free of outside influence by any special interest.

“The Department has informed Plaintiffs that it is immediately and permanently disbanding the Council and that the Council will not hold any future meetings,” according to the court dismissal obtained by the Daily Caller.

The council included several liberal advocacy groups, the Daily Caller reported:

The council included The National Parents Union, a group that believes schools should be transformed “to eradicate generational, institutions of oppression.” Keri Rodrigues, the president of The National Parents Union, defended a letter by the National School Board Association which compared parents “to domestic terrorists” and requested that federal law enforcement monitor school boards. 

Also on the council was The National Action Network, a group that works towards “a modern civil rights agenda,” and The League of United Latin American Citizens, a group which pushes “educational attainment and political influence” of Hispanic Americans.




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