Universal Surveillance Systems Launches Website to Fight Organized Retail Crime

Universal Surveillance Systems Launches Website to Fight Organized Retail Crime

Universal Surveillance Systems LLC (USS) has engineered www.StopORC.org to provide a centralized exchange for information and education in combatting organized retail crime (ORC). Designed for anyone requiring a comprehensive, ORC resource, such as loss prevention professionals, law enforcement officials, legislators, prosecutors, judges and students writing research papers, the site contains current news, articles, information, terminology and links pertaining to ORC.

The mission of StopORC.org is to fight organized retail crime through information sharing, education and advocacy, while strengthening the cause of loss prevention on a global level. StopORC.org is a non-commercial site that does not endorse any company or product. As a collaborative resource, StopORC.org welcomes article and paper submissions relating to this cause by those focused on fighting organized retail crime. Site direction is provided by an advisory board comprised of ORC experts. There is no cost to utilize the site, but only pre-qualified users can access restricted sections to prevent sensitive, industry information from being dispersed to the general public.

USS President and CEO, Adel Sayegh, said, “Each year, ORC thieves bleed over $30 billion from retailers, and it has to stop. That’s why USS created StopORC.org, to organize and give everyone dealing with ORC the necessary knowledge and resources to stop the bleeding. Our pledge is ‘Justice is coming.’ We urge everyone involved in combatting ORC to join this movement through StopORC.org.  Engage, collaborate, and learn. The time is now.”

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