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Organized Retail Crime Associations: The Complete List

Successful organized retail crime associations are typically independent, multi-jurisdictional, customer-centric, and a recognized non-profit to be best positioned to lead the public/private partnership and combat ORC.
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What Is Organized Retail Crime?

Organized retail crime involves two or more persons obtaining retail merchandise through theft and fraud as part of an unlawful enterprise.
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Use an Internal Audit Video to Appreciate the Big Picture

Throughout my career, I've seen some outrageous behavior captured on surveillance video. From performance and productivity issues—like employees showing up late and doing personal things on business time—to outright theft, I've seen it all.

Two Brothers, Plus 1 Arrested in String of 23 Store and Restaurant Robberies

A pair of brothers and a third man face federal charges after being arrested on suspicion of committing at least 23 armed robberies in...

Cashier Arrested for $30,000 Credit Card Fraud

A Georgia woman was in jail, arrested on theft and fraud charges involving roughly $30,000, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office. Marshelle M....
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Today’s Need for Retailers to Engage with NASP to Prevent Shoplifting

Today, more than ever, retailers need solutions to address the ever-growing problem of shoplifting and theft. The criminal justice system has not been effective in solving this. [Sponsored Post]
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