The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (C.L.E.A.R.), would like to invite you to their upcoming 9th Annual Training Conference. This year’s conference will be held at the Crown Reef Beach Resort, Myrtle Beach, S.C. on October 8-11, 2018. They are offering one free registration for each 5 paid attendees from the same company or agency. C.L.E.A.R. is made up of law enforcement and retail loss prevention professionals, who are dedicated to creating partnerships to combat this international problem. Be sure to get your room reservations early, to insure you get the conference rate.
Training topics include:
Federal Resources in ORC Investigations – Panel Discussion
ORC Case Building: Trends – Resources – Tools
Opioids and Retail Crime
D&D Daily ORC Statistics
Interview and Interrogation: Interviewing External Subjects
Pawnshop Investigation Case Study
Leadership in ORC- Leading private sector and LE Teams
E-Commerce On-Line Investigations: Partnering with E-Commerce Investigators
ORCA Leadership Meeting
Major ORC Case Study
Product Diversion-The cycle and flow of large scale product theft
Advancements in Credit Card Fraud/Identity Theft Investigations
For full agenda details and registration information, go to their website.
The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail was formed in November 2008 by a group of Law Enforcement and Retail Loss Prevention professionals that saw the need for the formation of a partnership.
The following are the goals and objectives to this partnership:
- To encourage mutual cooperation between all law enforcement agencies and retail corporations throughout the United States toward the goal of detection, prevention, and investigation of property crimes and the apprehension of the perpetrators.
- To promote and encourage municipal, county, state, and federal organizations to create and support enforcement and detection units to combat property such as but not limit to; organized retail crime, fencing of stolen property, cargo theft, identity theft and fraud, burglary, theft, and organized property crime schemes.
- To organize on a national basis those departments and associations who qualify for membership.
- To accumulate and disseminate information of interest to all members in an effort to facilitate the duties of Law Enforcement and Retail property crime investigators.
- To track and propose, both state and national legislation concerning property crime investigations as brought forth by individual states and organizations.
- To encourage and promote state and other national associations that share similar goals as the Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail.
- To provide educational seminars to its members for the purpose of furthering the above enumerated objectives.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Curt Crum at 208-570-6232, or Mitzi Perry at 727-893-7592. You can also visit the C.L.E.A.R. website.