Fenerbahce still keen on January deal for out-of-favour Man United man – Reports

first_img1 Turkish Super League giants Fenerbahce are preparing to rekindle their interest in out-of-favour Manchester United defender Luke Shaw, who is a reported target for Tottenham.The 22-year-old left-back is reportedly growing concerned with his bit-part status in Jose Mourinho’s squad, leading to reports he is vying for a move elsewhere.As talkSPORT told you last month, Fenerbahce were considering an audacious double swoop for United duo Shaw and Marouane Fellaini.Interest has since cooled, but according to Fotomac, Fenerbahce are still very interested in prising Shaw away from Old Trafford in January.The former Southampton youngster is still yet to make a Premier League appearance this season and with a World Cup on the horizon, he knows he must secure regular first-team football to enhance his chances of going to Russia.With the future of Danny Rose still up in the air, Spurs have also been linked with the left-back but may now face competition from Turkey. Luke Shaw last_img read more

Police Looking For Suspects Who Fired Shots Outside of Paoli Walmart

first_imgThere were no injuries. Initial investigation determined there were in fact several shots fired by two individuals.This incident is believed to be isolated and no longer active.It is believed there is no continuing danger for Paoli residents.If anyone has any information pertaining to this incident, please contact Detective Shane Staggs with the Indiana State Police Jasper Post at 1-800-742-7475 or Detective Brandon Mesarosh with the Paoli Police Department at 812-723-2836 The Paoli Police Department is looking for two people who are believed to have fired gunshots outside of Walmart in Paoli on Tuesday. On December 17 on or about 7:13 pm the Paoli Police Department was notified of what was believed to be multiple shots fired in the parking lot of Walmart at 735 N Gospel St. Paoli, Indiana.last_img read more

National development is South Africa’s priority

first_img6 May 2015Co-ordinating, monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) is at the top of his department’s priorities, according to Jeff Radebe, the planning, monitoring and evaluation minister in the Presidency.The Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation was committed to institutionalising long-term planning, building on its five years’ experience since it was established, he said on 5 May before tabling his department’s budget vote.It was pleased with the work it had done so far.Operation PhakisaSince the launch of Operation Phakisa, the first project focusing on the ocean’s economy, key initiatives had been identified to realise the immense potential of the ocean’s economy to contribute to radical economic transformation, Radebe said.“Progress made since the launch of the Ocean’s Economy Operation Phakisa includes commitment of R7-billion of public sector investment in our ports by Transnet Ports Authority, amongst other investments made.”Construction of a new berth in Saldana Bay had been started, and progress could also be seen in the extension of the Mossgas Quay and the refurbishment of the Offshore Supply Base, valued at R9.2-billion of public and private investment.The Department of Trade and Industry had also designated that working vessels must meet a 60% local content target. “The Treasury Instruction Note issued will ensure compliance with this in all tenders,” said the minister.Various aquaculture projects had been launched, he said, that were benefiting many rural communities by enabling them to make a living from the seas and inland fresh water reserves.“Furthermore, the Department of Higher Education and Training has developed skills implementation plans aligned with these initiatives. To this end, the South African International Maritime Institute has been identified as the institution that would facilitate maritime skills development, with the support [of the education department].”Health and miningThe second Operation Phakisa initiative introduced in 2014 focused on improving the quality of services in primary health care, said Radebe. A detailed plan for improving service delivery in public sector clinics in all provinces had been developed and approved by the National Health Council.“We call this the Ideal Clinic initiative. It was undertaken in collaboration with provinces, districts, clinic managers as well as the private sector and non-profit sector,” he said.“Operation Phakisa Labs will also be conducted in the mining and education sectors.” In the former, the focus would be on increasing investment, transforming the sector and improving mineral beneficiation to drive radical economic transformation.In education, the focus would be on an information and communication technology approach to enhancing basic education.National Youth PolicyDeputy Minister Buti Manamela would explain the youth aspects in detail in the Budget Vote Speech, Radebe said. His department has a mandate to mainstream, provide oversight and lead the government’s efforts on youth development.“We have taken a different approach to tackling youth issues and we have gotten rid of [the] government’s approach to youth issues whereby we would ask them what they think, ignore what they say and do as we want, and adopted a new approach of consultation,” Radebe said.Manamela recently held several consultative meetings with youth across the country regarding the National Youth Policy (NYP) 2020. These culminated in the NYP 2020 Consultative Conference in March, which resulted in the inclusion of one more pillar to the four that existed initially.“When we commenced with the consultative process of the NYP 2020, we initially had four pillars of the policy comprising skills and education, economic inclusion and participation, health and well-being of young people, and nation building and social cohesion.“Through the inputs received from the youth through this consultative process that took place, we have included another pillar to form part of the policy, which is building youth machinery for effective delivery and responsiveness.”Inputs from the NYP 2020 conference were being finalised and would be adopted during Youth Month, in June. He said the policy would then guide the drafting of the integrated youth development strategy, which will be the blueprint for radically spearheading youth development against the backdrop of lack of skills and high unemployment.“The [Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation] will monitor the implementation of the policy and its impact. As we finalise the youth policy. we give meaning to it by championing the development of the youth who are future leaders of this country,” Radebe said.“Thus, by prioritising youth development through education, entrepreneurship and job creation, it will be both a tribute to the Freedom Charter as well as to the future of our country.”Source: SAnews.govlast_img read more

LP People on the Move: May 2019

first_imgProfessional advancement and building a successful loss prevention career can mean many things to many different people. For some individuals, it may mean reaching a top leadership position at a particular company. Some aspire to be the best at a particular skill or discipline, building a base of knowledge and expertise that sets them apart from the rest. For others, it may involve gaining experience in multiple professional fields in order to establish a versatile role. Still others simply want the recognition that comes with reaching a particular level of performance and the security that it provides.There are many different ways to evaluate our career vision and professional aspirations. But what is most important is that we find the path that fits us best. Whatever our professional goals and aspirations might be; whatever skills and experiences have helped forge our personal loss prevention career path, we have to find and seize the opportunities to learn, grow, and progress.All of us throughout the loss prevention community are proud of the accomplishments of those that have worked hard and earned a new place along the loss prevention career path. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals on their recent career moves and promotions.- Sponsor – May 2019May 23rd – May 29th Walter Palmer has been named executive vice president at CAP Index. Jen Paladino is now a regional loss prevention manager at Holt Renfrew. Dan Nesselroth, CFI, PCI was promoted to senior investigator, corporate security at Sony Electronics. Christopher Joyce, CORCI is now an area loss prevention supervisor at Burlington Stores. Elric Henderson is now divisional manager, security and loss prevention at Purolator International.Henry Johnson, LPC, CFI was promoted to senior manager, logistics loss prevention at Amazon. Elizabeth Rush was promoted to divisional loss prevention manager at Publix Super Markets. Elizabeth Spoden was promoted to cross brand multi-unit loss prevention manager at Gap Inc. Bryan LeFebvre was promoted to group manager, corporate asset protection at Stage Stores. Jordan Shelest is now asset protection and compliance manager at Delta 9 Cannabis. Will Devellis is now a district loss prevention manager at Rexall Pharmacy.Chris Dickman is now a district loss prevention manager at Burlington Stores.Chris Hinger, LPC is now director of loss prevention and corporate security at Warby Parker. Tim Juback MBA was promoted to regional loss prevention and security manager at Amazon. Sean Staron was promoted to asset protection director at Saks Fifth Avenue Flagship. May 16th – May 22ndJoshua Beckler is now a district loss prevention manager at Sephora. Michael Segreto is now corporate fraud prevention manager at City Furniture. Jack Dye is now a senior loss prevention investigator at Goodwill of the Finger Lakes.Denver Culpepper was promoted to manager of investigative analytics, asset protection at The Home Depot. Aaron Leger, LPC was promoted to senior regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.David Zwernemann, CFI was promoted to senior regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Brian Lux was promoted to director, US corporate investigations at Walmart.Nick Ferris, LPC is now an asset protection district leader at Rite Aid.Malik Zaheer was promoted to country security manager at Philip Morris International (Pakistan).Mike Triesch was promoted to director of business resiliency and operations at Nordstrom.Nathan Iniguez was promoted to district loss prevention manager at HomeGoods. Barney Molnar, LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.  Tom Hare was promoted to organized retail crime investigator at The Home Depot. John White, B.S., LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Brent Peters is now a regional loss prevention specialist at HS Brands Global.Jeff Valentine, CFI was promoted to loss prevention training manager at The TJX Companies.John McCourt is now a regional loss prevention manager at Amazon.Stephen Prettyman was promoted to corporate manager of investigations at The Home Depot.Kersonder Williams is now an area asset protection manager at Victoria’s Secret. May 9th – May 15thSean Browne was promoted to corporate manager, organized retail crime – northern division at The Home Depot.Kit Becker was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training manager at The TJX Companies. Jason N. Jones was promoted to global security manager – security operations center at Facebook.Sergio Castro was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Brandy Sluss is now a loss prevention specialist at EG America.  Alexandra Clayton was promoted to loss prevention manager – retail projects at Morrison’s (UK).Steven Bedi was named director of asset protection at The Decurion Corporation. Chris Franzen was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies.Daniel Perkins is now a regional loss prevention manager at L Brands. Benjamin Schwartz was promoted to corporate manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot.Casey Wright was promoted to vice president of operations at US Foods. Thomas Hacker was promoted to director of visual merchandising at The Home Depot. Philip Davey was promoted to regional shrink specialist at Morrisons (UK).Alicia Williams is now a Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. John McDonagh was promoted to training coordinator at Walgreens.Kyle Penoyer was promoted to senior manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Dominik Schwarzbacher was promoted to cluster loss prevention and security manager at Amazon (Spain).Patrick Parris was promoted to market loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Corey Freeman, CFI is now director of loss prevention at Cosentino’s Food Stores. Amanda McHenry was promoted to regional asset protection, operations and safety director at Lowe’s.Kevin Jones is now a Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. May 2nd – May 8thMario Barrientos is now Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Meghan Fechko was promoted to lead area loss prevention manager at Ulta Beauty. Christopher Drayton Ellison was promoted to safety compliance officer at America’s Thrift Stores. Cornelius Miree is now a market investigator at Family Dollar.  Craig Cole is now an asset protection investigator at Selfridges (UK).Chris Carrillo was promoted to corporate manager of investigations at The Home Depot. John Lee was promoted to ORC investigator at The Home Depot.  Kelly Harrington was promoted to senior manager asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Thomas Andersson is now organized retail crime specialist at Albertsons/ Tom Thumb/ Randalls.Chris Reagan is now data center security manager at Amazon.  Rory Stallard was promoted to senior manager of asset protection investigations at The Home Depot. Dennis Lonergan has been promoted to vice president, asset protection at EPIC Risk Solutions. Jacqueline (Wolk) Schloss is now a market ORC manager at Lowe’s Companies.Tobbie West was promoted to regional director, asset protection programs at Macy’s. Jeff Larimer is now an area asset protection manager at JCPenney.Vic DeBlassi is now a regional loss prevention manager at Finish Line. Florian Schwarz, MBA was promoted to cluster loss prevention manager at Amazon (Germany).Bob Kupbens was named president, innovation and new business at ADTSara Mortimore was named vice president, global food safety compliance at Walmart.Frank Panebianco was promoted to vice president sales ICS, NA at Checkpoint Systems.Stephen Fullilove is now an area asset protection manager at JC PenneyJames Stanek is now senior corporate security investigator at Verizon.Dyan Clancy is now executive sales director at FaceFirst Face Recognition Software.Jaclyn Clarke is now corporate investigator at Zurich North America.Daniel Kaiser, Jr – MS, LPC, CFE was promoted to LP inquiries and analysis manager at The Exchange.Jonathan Dalton CFI, LPC is now asset protection manager – solutions at Walgreens.April 25th – May 1stBenjamin Konzag was promoted to cluster manager loss prevention and security at Amazon.Caglar Ari, CFI was promoted to cluster manager, security and loss prevention at Amazon (Germany).Ashley Wengrzyn-Phillips was promoted to market manager at Walmart. Zak Brownlee, CFI, LPC, CFE is now a regional asset protection manager at L Brands. Timothy Hall, LPC was promoted to director of asset protection at 7-Eleven.Jake Sawyer, CFI is now a regional loss prevention manager at Family Dollar. John Lanzon was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at Gap Inc.Anthony Hyberger is now a district loss prevention manager at Loomis. Sherell Burns was promoted to Marmaxx loss prevention training specialist at The TJX Companies. Cameron Wilkinson is now a district Loss Prevention Manager at TJX Canada/Winners Merchants International. John Mearls was promoted to senior director of fraud operations and customer dispute resolutions at Varo Money Inc. Kyle Haynes was promoted to director of global investigations – technology investigations at Walmart.Amanda McClellan was promoted to global investigator III at Walmart.Elizabeth Bolton is now a risk and compliance agent at IKEA Group.  Chase Seitz was promoted to district director of operations and asset protection at Macy’s.Jim Mansour is now a district asset protection leader at CVS Health.  Tim LePelley, CFI is now an area loss prevention manager at Ross Stores. Angela Schorah was promoted to multi-brand loss prevention trainer at TJX Companies. Anthony Auciello, CFI is now a senior regional asset protection manager at Whole Foods Market. Alaina Kring, CPhT was promoted to lead ORC manager at Ulta Beauty. Bob Higgins was promoted to director – Intelligent Retail Lab by Walmart.Aaron Wade is now an area loss prevention supervisor at Bealls.  Douglas Del Campo, LPC was promoted to regional loss prevention manager (global specialty fulfillment) at Amazon. Andrew Crosby, CFI is now director of loss control and compliance at Astreya. Kelley Lederer is now systems and investigations support manager at The TJX Companies. James Stark was promoted to vice president of loss prevention and risk management at Pier 1.  Review the April 2019 “People on the Move.”Many of the loss prevention / asset protection career moves and promotions are reported to us by our career advisor partners. We are grateful for their collective efforts and diligence in delivering this information. If you would like to provide information pertaining to a recent promotion or career move that is not listed here, please send your submissions to peopleonthemove [at] lpportal.com. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more