A Crime Fighting Partnership
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Property Crimes Represent 85% of All Crime Reported
Property crime is an offense that impacts many citizens each year. For the business community, crime is an economic development issue because of its impact on the economic well being of its citizens and industry.
Community Policing - A True Crime Fighting Partnership
Our website and its mapping capabilities are focused on providing real-time intelligence that will allow law enforcement and retailers the ability to identify and resolve cases that impact the "larger picture" or property related crimes
A true crime fighting partnership!
Through a collaborative partnership, law enforcement and the business community will be able to work together to develop new, and innovative ways to combat illicit Organized Retail Crime (ORC) networks.
What is LAAORCA - Who Should Participate - Join Now
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Announcement Congratulations to the 2014 LAAORCA Award Winners!!!
Industry Investigator of the Year - This
award is bestowed upon a non-law enforcement investigator (private
sector) for their excellent investigative skills and outstanding
performance that reflects the intent and mission of LAAORCA. The
nomination must be based on the investigators personal achievement not
that of task force or team.
Ruben Banuelos, Home Depot
Law Enforcement Officer of the Year - The
award for Law Enforcement Officer of the Year is based on the
recipient's investigative pursuit, professional skills, and overall
impact made toward the reduction of organized retail crime. The
nomination must be based on the investigator's personal achievement not
that of task force or team.
Detective Matthew Mahoney, Los Angeles Police Department
Member of the Year Award - The Member of the
Year Award honors a LAAORCA member who goes the extra mile for the
association. This member has dedicated time and effort in exemplifying
and furthering the organizations intent and mission.
Detective Joseph Hopkins, Los Angeles Police Department
next LAAORCA General Membership meeting is scheduled for April 24, 2014,
at 10:00 A.M., at the LAPD, Police Administration Building, 100 West First
Street, Los Angeles, California 90012. The meeting will take place in the COMPSTAT Room located on the first floor. Mr. Glen Garrity of G2 Identity Management will provide some information on training employees how to recognize fraudulent identification.
Should you have any cases you would like to present during the meeting, please log in and click on "Case Presentation" to obtain the LAAORCA power point. Please place your presentation on the LAAORCA power point prior to forwarding it to Oliver Caceres at Oliver.email@example.com. All cases need to submitted by Thursday, April 17, 2014.