NRF creates loss-prevention database
November 18, 2005-- Home Textiles Today,
WASHINGTON -- The National Retail Federation has launched the Retail Loss Prevention Intelligence Network (RLPIN) -- a Web-based computer database that was created to allow retailers to share information with each other and with law enforcement.
The network should help loss-prevention executives track and report major crime incidents, ranging from credit card theft or burglaries to organized retail crime.
The RLPIN system is available to retailers, regardless of NRF member status, for $1,200 per year and for a one-time per user set-up fee of $200. Early adopters of RLPIN will receive special attention from the help desk and benefit from an introductory price, stated NRF.
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