What is Organized
Retail Crime (ORC)?
Organized Retail Crime (ORC) is an
organized effort by two or more persons to convert illegally obtained
merchandise or cash into financial gain through theft or fraud. This usually
involves the theft of multiple quantities of similar products or thefts from
multiple stores, multiple jurisdictions or multiple states.
A True Crime-Fighting Partnership
GRAORCA is a statewide
The GRAORCA Alliance allows retailers and law
enforcement agencies to communicate about criminal activity impacting business
on a real-time basis, while preventing other partners from being victimized.
The searchable website and its mapping capabilities are focused on providing a
statewide real-time crime alert system. Through this collaborative partnership,
law enforcement and the business community are able to identify offenders and
resolve cases, all while developing new partnerships and innovative ways to
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Stay Tuned for info regarding our December Webex Meeting!
> Cherokee County Sheriff's Office for hosting our Nov. meeting
> S.A. Crump for Homeland Security for presenting on Human Trafficking
> Walmart, Burlington and T-Mobile for providing refreshments
> Everyone who attended and participated in the Nov. meeting