NEW YORK — Organized retail crime, responsible annually for billions of dollars of theft from retailers, is a “gateway crime” linked to narcotics trafficking, counterfeiting of U.S. and foreign currency, and illegal gun activity, said Dennis Dansak, corporate manager, organized retail crime, Kroger Co.
The association of ORC with more high-profile crimes is helping retailers to attract the attention of law enforcement agencies to ORC, which is sometimes regarded by legal authorities as ...
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