Tag: organized retail crime association


Technology-Based Strategy Fuels Collaborative Program with Law Enforcement to Prosecute Retail Theft and Reduce Recidivism

Technology-Based Strategy Fuels Collaborative Program with Law Enforcement to Prosecute Retail Theft and Reduce Recidivism

How can retailers minimize their exposure to store theft from career criminals, both effectively partnering with law enforcement and prosecutors and ensuring convicted offenders do not return to steal again?

Loss prevention organizations have struggled for decades to protect retail locations from thieves who understand the difficulty of apprehension and prosecution   Read More


From Store Detective to Director of AP: Scott Ziter

From Store Detective to Director of AP: Scott Ziter

Scott Ziter currently serves as the director of asset protection for Price Chopper, a supermarket chain based out of Schenectady, NY. He has been with the company since 2014. Ziter also serves as the chairman of the Food Marketing Institute’s asset protection council and on the board of advisors for   Read More


From Supermarket Store Detective to Director

From Supermarket Store Detective to Director

EDITOR’S NOTE: Scott Ziter is director of asset protection for Price Chopper Supermarkets based in Schenectady, New York. He began his career as a store detective with Stop & Shop where he rose through the organization to director of asset protection and then vice president of asset protection for Stop   Read More


Law Enforcement, Retailers Meet at Fusion Center

Members of eBay’s North America Global Asset Protection (GAP) team participated in the National Retail Federation (NRF) PROTECT conference in Philadelphia June 14–16. Each year the NRF conference is attended by more than a thousand retail professionals representing retailers from across the county, many of whom are eBay clients.

The 2016   Read More


LAAORCA: Taking a Bite Out of Organized Retail Crime

LAAORCA: Taking a Bite Out of Organized Retail Crime

LAAORCA, the Los Angeles Area Organized Retail Crime Association, is still active and growing as a law enforcement-retail loss prevention partnership in the Los Angeles market. As similar organizations are established across the country, LAAORCA provides a model of success that others should consider in the ongoing fight against organized   Read More