ALTO Announces new Advisory Board
ALTO, the multi-national company specializing in the prevention of property loss, announced a new Advisory Board to support its growth throughout the US market. The Advisory Board members bring their extensive experience and practical knowledge from different backgrounds to ALTO’s 13-year presence in the Loss Prevention industry.
The six Advisory Board members are:
Louis Anemone retired from the NYPD after 34 years of increasingly responsible command positions, ultimately to the rank of Chief of Department. He is a graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute, a member of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Honor Legion of the NYPD. He is a former Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Nyack Hospital and a former member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of New York City. Post retirement from the NYPD, Chief Anemone served as a Deputy Director of the New York State Office of Public Security and later as the Deputy Director/Security for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. He currently provides management and training consulting services to law enforcement agencies worldwide.
Gary M. Johnson, CPP
Gary Johnson specializes in corporate security and loss prevention and is a Senior Advisor at Prevention Advisors a boutique consulting group. He has LP expertise in specialty, big box, and grocery companies. During his 11 year career as Vice President of Loss Prevention for Vitamin Shoppe he gained extensive experience in asset protection; physical security, fraud detection and transformed the Loss Prevention department into a business focused partner. Gary is a former Vice President of Asset Protection for Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and Director of Loss Prevention for Barnes & Noble. He is also an active authority in the loss prevention community as a National Speaker and Industry Advocate. He is a past Chairman of the NRF’s Loss Prevention Advisory Council, member of ACFE, ASIS, and has been a member of LP Magazine’s Editorial Board. Gary has been involved with the LP Foundation and is currently serving on the LPF’s Benevolent Fund steering committee.
Carol A. Martinson
Carol Martinson is a corporate security, asset protection, and risk management executive with multiple industry experience in finance, big box, discount, and grocery. Carol’s most recent ventures include being the COO of Accentus-Ludus, President of Intentional Security Design and an adjunct faculty member for the Master of Science in Security Technology program at the University of Minnesota. She was the Vice President of Asset Protection for Supervalu, Risk Management Director for Lund Food Holdings, Assets Protection Director for Target, and Vice President of Corporate Security for First Bank System. Carol is a former Certified Financial Services Security Professional, active in ASIS International, past member of ISMA, IAFCI, and has served on the planning commission and boards of Bank Administration Institute, Food Marketing Institute, and Crime Stoppers, Inc.
William Morales is a retired Police Detective who started his career in Law Enforcement with the Miami-Dade Police Department in 1985. He has worked in several areas including uniform patrol, general property crimes investigations, street gangs and sexual crimes task forces throughout his career. Additionally, he has been assigned to the Special Events Section, coordinating major events as the NFL Superbowl and MLB World Series. He was assigned to the TOMCATS Cargo Crimes Task Force, where he investigated and still conducts training related to supply chain loss and testifies as an expert witness. He was last assigned to the Organized Crime Section, investigating organized criminal enterprises prior to retiring in November 2013, after 28 years of service. Currently president of Willie Morales Consulting, he consults on how to enhance risk management efforts to efficiently and securely move goods within the supply chain and foster a system that can withstand evolving threats and rapid recovery from disruptions. He also identifies, assess’, and prioritizes efforts to manage risk, adapting measures to the security and operational environment of each client.
Loren M. Naiman
Loren Naiman retired in January 2017 from his last assignment in the Post Conviction Litigation and Discovery Division of the Office of the Los Angeles County District Attorney. While there he was recognized with a CLAY award as one of the 2015 California Lawyer’s Attorneys of the Year. As a career prosecutor, he was twice assigned to the Los Angeles County Auto Insurance Fraud Division, serving as both an assigned trial deputy in the division and as the Assistant Head Deputy. He is a former Deputy in Charge of the High Technology Analysis and Litigation Team of the Office of the Los Angeles District Attorney, serving as the lead prosecutor for a team of investigators handling the prosecution of high technology cases. Loren was a member of the Southern California Chapter of the High Tech Crimes Investigators Association. He also served as the Assistant Head Deputy in the Hardcore Gang Division of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. He spent approximately 4 years in the training unit of his office and continues to provide legal education in a wide range of fields.
Bill Williams had an extensive career at the Los Angeles Police Department where he rose to the rank of Captain. He commanded a variety of Police Divisions, including Commercial Crimes Division, during which he oversaw city wide investigations of cyber crimes, significant theft and burglary crimes, commercial auto theft, and fraud and identity theft. He was a founding member and law enforcement chair of the Los Angeles Area Organized Retail Crimes Association, LAAORCA, formed to combat organized retail theft crimes in the southern California region. Bill continues to serve on the national board of the National White Collar Crimes Center, NW3Cs, a private and nationally recognized organization which assists law enforcement agencies in combating cyber crimes and fraud.
With presence in 7,000 stores in more than 100 cities in Latin America, Europe and the United States, ALTO is committed to making environments more secure. Through technology, data analysis, deterrent marketing and intelligent prosecution, ALTO reduces theft-related loss, improves companies’ environments and helps the private and public sectors to collaborate effectively. This unique approach not only serves its clients but also society as a whole.
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