Partnering with Law Enforcement: How Merchants Can Help Law Enforcement Fight eCommerce Fraud
Cody Young -- Pipl; Keven Hendricks -- New Brunswick Police Department / Drug Enforcement Agency; Chris McGourty -- National Anti-Organized Retail Crime Association (NAORCA)
Apr 08, 2021
Law enforcement entities can seem opaque to merchants, who typically lack visibility into the case lifecycle and are often unaware as to why action may or may not have been taken on a given case. In this webinar, Pipl paired up with the New Brunswick, New Jersey Police Department and the National Anti-Organized Retail Crime Association (NAORCA) to help demystify key aspects of working with law enforcement and help bolster eCommerce companies' effectiveness in collecting and presenting data. Three factors central to law enforcement success are also discussed, including merchant considerations corresponding to each. The broadcast closes with Q&A.
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