The US House of Representatives has passed decisively the INFORM Consumers Act, bipartisan legislation to protect consumers from counterfeit and stolen goods being sold online.
Join us Dec. 6 from 2:00 – 3:30 pm ET as subject-matter experts from the FBI and Federal Reserve System discuss their approaches to fighting ORC.
The New England Organized Retail Crime Alliance (NEORCA) recently held its annual organized retail crime (ORC) workshop at the Providence, Rhode Island Police Department.
The Organized Retail Crime Task Force (ORCTF) is increasing their presence at shopping centers throughout the state and working with local law enforcement agencies to make arrests and heighten visibility.
The atmosphere was drenched with more than rain this past week at the 2022 Annual Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR) and Florida Law Enforcement Property Recovery Unit (FLEPRU) Conference.
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Join us in this conversation with Homeland Security Investigations' Allen Vanscoy as we discuss the National Leads Development Center and their efforts in the fight against organized retail crime.
The October raid resulted in the recovery of $167,000 in stolen merchandise and 28 firearms including assault rifles, silencers, and 20,000 rounds of ammunition.
Top loss prevention professionals, solution providers, staff from Loss Prevention Magazine and the Loss Prevention Foundation, and members of the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s Asset Protection Leaders Council and Loss Prevention Foundation Board of Directors gathered for the 2022 Annual Meeting this week.
A recent investigation into the theft of several semi-trailers and loads of frozen beef has identified 45 related thefts totaling $9 million in loss.
This rise in crime has caught the attention of policymakers in Washington and they are considering legislation to help. Ahead of Fight Retail Crime Day on Oct. 26, the NRF is asking congress to act—and, in turn, asking retailers to plead with congress as well.