- ASIS International-San Diego Chapter -
The San Diego chapter was established in 1964 as the 16th national chapter under the rules of ASIS International. Initial members were representatives of US government contractors and other security management professionals. Chapter membership now exceeds over 300 specialist security professionals from many commercial, industrial local and federal government organizations in the Greater San Diego area. Meetings are held monthly in San Diego with guest speakers representing interests of security professionals and the community.
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) -
The ACFE is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 55,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud world-wide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.
- California P.O.S.T -
The California organization for training mandates for law enforcement.
- Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI) Certification -
The objective of this certification program is to create comprehensive, universally accepted professional standards combined with an objective measure of an interviewer's knowledge of those standards.
The ultimate goal is that every person and every organization with a stake in interviewing will benefit from the program, as will the reputation and effectiveness of the entire profession.
- Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR USA) -
The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail was formed in November 2008 by a group of Law Enforcement and Retail Loss Prevention professionals that saw the need for the formation of a partnership.
- CrimeDex online Database -
3VR's CrimeDex is an online community leveraged by over 600,000 fraud, loss prevention, and law enforcement professionals collaborating to prevent check fraud, organized retail theft, and other white collar crimes. Integrated with 3VR's intelligent video management platform, CrimeDex allows professionals to share, search, and leverage relevant information on criminals between businesses and law enforcement.
- DHS-IPR Coordination Center -
Protection is Our Trademark The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) stands at the forefront of the U.S. Government's response to global intellectual property (IP) theft. As a task force, the IPR Center uses the expertise of its member agencies to share information, develop initiatives, coordinate enforcement actions, and conduct investigations related to IP theft. Through this strategic interagency partnership, the IPR Center protects the public's health and safety, the U.S. economy and the war fighters.
- Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) -
The Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) was established in 2007 as an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Today, the GIPC is leading a worldwide effort to champion intellectual property rights as vital to creating jobs, saving lives, advancing global economic growth, and generating breakthrough solutions to global challenges.
- International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC) -
The International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition is the world's largest non-profit organization devoted solely to protecting intellectual property and deterring counterfeiting. Our membership spans from automotive, apparel, luxury goods and pharmaceuticals, to food, software and entertainment. From the small privately-owned companies to large multinationals, we share one common goal-to combat counterfeiting and piracy.
- International Association of Financial Crime Investigators (IAFCI) -
The Association, a non-profit international organization, will provide services and an environment within which information about financial fraud, fraud investigation and fraud prevention methods can be collected, exchanged and taught for the common good of the financial payment industry and our global society.
- International Association of Property Crime Investigators (IAPCI) -
The International Association of Property Crime Investigators is a non-profit organization committed to educational activities in the United States of America, by assisting, instructing, and training individuals, particularly those involved in law enforcement, so that they may improve and develop their skills and capabilities for property crime investigations and prevention, all to advance the social betterment of our communities.
- Investigative Consultants -
Investigative Consultants is a fully licensed and insured professional investigative company specializing in intellectual property investigations and enforcement. IC has the resources to conduct investigations throughout the United States and abroad and our team is comprised of the nation's leading experts in the field of intellectual property matters. Our investigators have years of experience in conducting all types of investigations. Our team has spent countless hours "Protecting the Rights of Creative Minds."®
- Jewelers Security Alliance -
Jewelers' Security Alliance (JSA) is a non-profit trade association with 21,000 members that has been providing crime information and assistance to the jewelry industry and law enforcement since 1883.
- LeadsOnline (eBay) -
The Nation's Largest Online Investigation System used by law enforcement to recover stolen property, help stop meth makers, reduce metal theft, and solve crimes. With hundreds of millions of records in our database (and increasing by the minute), our secure, easy-to-use Web-based electronic reporting service is trusted by thousands of law enforcement agencies and participating businesses nationwide. And getting started is free.
- LERPnet -
LERPnet2.0 is a product of ISO Crime Analytics, Inc., a subsidiary of Verisk Analytics. ISO Crime Analytics specializes in industry specific and national data share initiatives and provides the technology and support resources to a variety of such programs around the world.
- Los Angeles Area Organized Retail Crime Alliance (LAAORCA) -
- LAAORCA is a public/private business sector partnership for the Los Angeles Area retail investigators, law enforcement personnel and prosecutors.
- LAAORCA members share information on this on-line website and share cross jurisdictional cases, i.e. crime elements, suspect descriptions, resource deployment by law enforcement, and retail investigations at monthly meetings.
- LAAORCA provides a benefit of traditional retail competitors to collaborate with law enforcement agencies to resolve ORC investigations.
- Loss Prevention Foundation -
The Loss Prevention Foundation is a 501 c(6) not-for-profit organization. That means that the Foundation is an organization which is designed to provide a service to an industry without making a profit. The organization has to have revenue to operate, however any revenue brought in that exceeds cost (i.e.- profit) has to be put into a reserve account and can only be used at the direction of the Board of Directors. Unlike a for profit entity, which gives its profits to its investors or shareholders, the Foundation will not give money to any investors or shareholders.
- Loss Prevention Magazine -
The digital version of the Loss Prevention Magazine. Current trends, technology and concerns facing the LP community in a magazine made by professionals, for professionals.
- National Retail Federation -
As the world's largest retail trade association and the voice of retail worldwide, NRF's global membership includes retailers of all sizes, formats and channels of distribution as well as chain restaurants and industry partners from the United States and more than 45 countries abroad. In the U.S., NRF represents an industry that includes more than 3.6 million establishments and which directly and indirectly accounts for 42 million jobs - one in four U.S. jobs. The total U.S. GDP impact of retail is $2.5 trillion annually, and retail is a daily barometer of the health of the nation's economy.
- NRF's BIG BLOG -
The blog for the National Retail Federation that features current news, articles and issues in an immediate format for the Loss Prevention professional. The topics cover all aspects of the Retail Industry.
- San Diego County Crime Stoppers -
San Diego County Crime Stoppers was established in 1984 by a small group of concerned citizens seeking a safer community. This group established a nonprofit organization that brings together community volunteers, law enforcement, and the media with a shared goal-solving crime in San Diego.
- San Diego Regional Training Center (SDRTC) -
Our services are aimed at enhancing the ability of public sector organizations and the skills of their individual employees, to meet the needs of the individual citizen and the community at large. We recognize the individual citizen as the ultimate beneficiary of our services
- SIRAS -
Founded in January 1999, SIRAS is the pioneer in Point-of-Sale Electronic Product Registration, which encompasses patented business methodologies, including the creation of a unique "fingerprint," for tracking products, validating return and warranty eligibility and creating dynamic product data analytics. SIRAS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nintendo of America Inc.
- Stolen Jewelry -
Jewelers' Security Alliance (JSA) is a non-profit trade association with 19,500 members that has been providing crime information and assistance to the jewelry industry and law enforcement since 1883. JSA fulfills its mission of informing and alerting jewelers about crime through publications, a web site, seminars and consulting activities. JSA also works closely with the FBI and local law enforcement agencies, sharing its data and analysis in order to further the war on jewelry crime.