Posts Tagged ‘retail loss prevention’

Corrective Education CEO Joins Panel at AirWatch Connect

Corrective Education Company (CEC)  CEO Jeff Mitchell joined leaders from BCBG Max Azria Group, Fossil, Macy’s and Starbuck Coffee Company for a retail industry panel discussion at AirWatch Connect in Atlanta on September 11, 2013. The panel of industry experts will discuss Key Mobility Trends Transforming Retail, including their organizations’ mobility programs, cloud-based solutions, mobile device selection process, and Bring-Your-Own-Devices strategies, among other mobile trends and drivers.

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09 2013

Corrective Education Builds Retail Loss Prevention Innovation on AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management Platform

Corrective Education Company (CEC) has partnered with AirWatch®, the global leader and innovator in mobile security and largest Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) provider, to incorporate AirWatch EMM security and management capabilities into the CEC Connect™ retail loss prevention solution.

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08 2013

White Paper Outlines Benefits of Pre-Complaint Education Program for Retailers, Offenders and Communities

Corrective Education Company and Best Best & Krieger LLP released a white paper outlining the benefits of CEC’s theft prevention pre-complaint education program for businesses, offenders and communities. The paper titled “California Business Community Restorative Justice Pre-Complaint Education Program for Petty Theft Offenders,” was written by Grover Trask, former six-term District Attorney for Riverside County and current Special Counsel at Best Best & Krieger LLP’s Municipal Law practice group. CEC’s intervention education program is based on the restorative justice philosophy that aims to address and repair harm done to victims and communities.

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07 2013

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