LERPnet Fights Retail Crime

Shalfi, Marissa
April 2007
Retail Merchandiser;Apr/May2007, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
The article features the Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network (LERPnet), a database which allows retailers to communicate with law enforcers to fight retail crime. LERPnet, composed of the National Retail Federation, Retail Industry Leaders Association and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was formed in response to the rising statistics of retail crime and the TJX Cos. data breach that shook consumer trust across many channels. These addresses both business and life safety issues.


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