RxPatrol Pharmacy Safety: Internal Theft and Prescription Fraud
Community pharmacist and NCPA member Toni Sumpter and Retired Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Virginia State Police Landon Gibbs, discuss preventing and dealing with internal theft and prescription fraud. They tour Sumpter’s store, Medicap Pharmacy in Adel, Iowa, evaluating security measures and discussing additional steps that can be taken to prevent internal theft and how to identify fraudulent prescriptions. The goal is to help pharmacists make their stores a harder target for crime and educate them on how they can assist law enforcement in the event of an internal theft incident or prescription fraud.
RxPATROL Pharmacy Safety and Security Robbery Video
This video provides information on security practices to help mitigate a pharmacy robbery and discusses security measures taken to safeguard against a robbery. Created to help pharmacists make their stores a harder target, this video educates on how pharmacists and their staff can assist law enforcement in the event of a robbery. This video was produced in partnership with the National Community Pharmacists Association.
Pharmacy Safety and Security
This video provides information on security practices to help mitigate a pharmacy burglary and discusses security measures taken to safeguard against burglaries. Created to help pharmacists make their stores a harder target, this video educates on how pharmacists and their staff can assist law enforcement in the event of a burglary. This video was produced in partnership with the National Community Pharmacists Association.
Pharmacy Safety - Robbery
This video provides tips for pharmacists to address the problems of pharmacy robberies. The video has interviews with the law enforcement personnel of the North East Indiana Bank Robbery Task Force, namely the FBI in Fort Wayne, Indiana; the New Haven Indiana Police Department and the Allen County (Indiana) Police Department. In addition, a detective from the Robbery Homicide Squad of the Chandler, Arizona Police Department and the Captain of Major Investigations in the Stamford, Connecticut Police Department provide information to the pharmacist that may face a robbery situation.
Scammer who impersonated a police officer to obtain controlled substances by fraud and deceit, escaped prison in Kentucky. His girlfriend was killed when Middleton deliberately ran his car into a Sheriff's Department automobile during a high speed chase. Middleton was interviewed by Purdue and the Louisville Metro Police Department in the Kentucky State Penitentiary where he is currently severing 10-20 years. This video was made with the cooperation and participation of the Louisville Metro Police Department, Warren County (Ohio) Drug Task Force, Las Vegas Metro Police Department, U.S. Marshall's Service (San Diego, CA) and the Tijuana (Baja California, Mexico) Police Department.
"Matt" - An Impaired Pharmacist
This video is an account of a pharmacist and his descent into addiction. The pharmacist is interviewed by Purdue and the Broward County Sheriff's Department as he describes his first abuse of prescription medications and his downward spiral into addiction that led to his arrest, conviction and loss of license. This video was made with the cooperation and participation of the Broward County, Florida Sheriff's Office.
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