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Colorado launches The Colorado Organized Retail Crime Association. Since 2007 Colorado has lost more than $18 million in sales taxes and now they're creating a shared database tool. Chief Deputy District Attorney of the Economic Crime Division Robyn Cafasso said CORCA will open the lines of communication between retailers, law enforcement and prosecutors. Cafasso said the problem is prosecutors look at one incident as shoplifting, a misdemeanor with a possible fine, but criminals involved in retail theft rings are stealing day after day and store after store. CORCA will be launching a website on March 7. It will allow law enforcement and retailers to share input data and information about shoplifters, and exchange information allowing prosecutors to build serious cases, said Cafasso. (Source

New ORC law coming in Colorado and the Colorado news channel continues their series on ORC (A MUST SEE VIDEO) Today, a Colorado lawmaker will lay out his plan to change the law and crack down on these shoplifting gangs. Rep. Mark Barker (R-Colorado Springs) is going to introduce a bill in the State House that will crack down on organized retail crime and give law enforcement more options. "Instead of taking each offense one at a time and dealing with them separately, it allows them to aggregate the offenses over the state and perhaps even over multiple states and charge them under the organized crime act," Barker said. Great article and video that even tapes an ORC investigator selling stolen merchandise to a local c-store. This makes the fourth state in the last six months. (Source

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