WASHINGTON — A long-awaited national database designed to help retailers and law enforcement report, track and investigate retail criminal activity was launched here last week. The database, called the Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network (LERPnet), combines elements of databases already developed by the National Retail Federation here and the Retail Industry Leaders Association, Arlington, Va. The two associations also collaborated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation here in the ...
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