Safety in numbers

Tarnowski, Joseph
September 2006
Progressive Grocer;9/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 12, p94
Trade Publication
This article offers information on the Retail Loss Prevention Intelligence Network developed by the National Retail Federation to address organized retail crime in the U.S. The system was officially launched in June 2006. Thirty retailers are currently participating, representing all retail channels. The data collected covers areas such as the type of crime and how it was committed, how the perpetrators entered and left, what types of tools they used, or whether they threatened an associate or customer.


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