Posts Tagged ‘petty crime’

Corrective Education Company Adds Top Retail Industry Veterans to Its Field Organization

PrintCorrective Education Company (CEC), the leading provider of Restorative Justice Education Programs, today announced that it is building out its customer-focused field organization with the addition of four retail industry professionals. The new team members have dedicated their careers to servicing and supporting the retail industry’s effort to stem losses through the use of innovative technology and services.

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12 2014

DSW, Inc. Adopts Corrective Education Company’s Restorative Justice Education Program

PrintCorrective Education Company (CEC), a leading provider of Restorative Justice Education Programs, announced that DSW, Inc. has made the decision to incorporate the CEC Restorative Justice Education solution into its Loss Prevention program. DSW Inc., headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, is a leading branded footwear, handbag and accessories retailer that offers a wide selection of brand name and designer fashion for women, men and kids.

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12 2014

Company offers free solution to bolster retailers’ loss prevention efforts

Utah-based Corrective Education Company is looking to reduce that burden by offering retailers a free solution when it comes to apprehending and processing what would be considered “low risk” offenders. Under the CEC Correct program, which is either fully deployed or piloted by 10 retailers across the country, loss prevention officers in stores would be issued iPads and fingerprint scanners for on-site offender processing.

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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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