WASHINGTON — Federal and local law enforcement officers around the U.S. will gain access to information on retail crime through a new partnership between retailers and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Retail Federation here has announced. Through the FBI's Law Enforcement Online Network, law enforcement will be able to directly connect to the retail industry's Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network (LERPnet), a secure national database where retailers track and report ...
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