Posts Tagged ‘loss prevention’

CEC Teams With Leading Retailer and Research Scientist to Discuss Positive Impact of Restorative Justice Programs at Upcoming NRF LP Conference and Expo

Corrective Education Company (CEC), a leading provider of Restorative Justice Education Programs, joins one of the nation’s leading retailers and a research scientist from the University of Florida and director of the Loss Prevention Research Council in a session titled “Restorative Justice – The Impact on Retail Efficiency, Recidivism & Shrink” at the National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference & Expo. The session will take place on June 11, 2014 from 3:45 pm to 4:45 pm in rooms 315-316 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center.

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06 2014

Corrective Education Company Removes Handcuffs From Retail Loss Prevention

Corrective Education Company (CEC) announced the latest release of its educational intervention program, which combines technology and online life-skills education to reinvent how petty crimes are handled in the retail industry. The program, which has proven to reduce apprehension time and expenses incurred by retailers by 50-80 percent1, has a number of new features to further streamline apprehension-processing time while improving coordination with law enforcement and prosecutors. The program is currently being used or piloted by 10 retailers across the country.

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06 2013

Corrective Education Company Builds Executive Team for Rapid Growth

“With nearly two years of product innovation, customer deployments and market validation as fuel, we are now ready to take our program ‘Prime Time,'” enthusiastically declared Darrell Huntsman, founder and vice chairman of Corrective Education Company (CEC). “We are firmly committed to reinventing how petty crimes are handled for retailers and reducing recidivism for first-time, low risk offenders using technology to unite law enforcement, prosecutors, and retailers. Today we are announcing the completion of our third round of funding, which will help us accelerate sales and marketing efforts and add resources to support the growing demand for its offender-funded educational intervention program.”

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06 2013