WASHINGTON -- The National Retail Federation here and the Retail Industry Leaders Association, Arlington, Va., in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation here, yesterday announced the launch of a secure national database on retail crime. Called the Law Enforcement Retail Partnership Network (LERPnet), the database, which goes live April 9, will allow retailers to share information on criminal activity in their stores through a Web-based network. LERPnet is designed to help ...

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