On behalf of the Twin Cities Organized Retail Crime Association, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the TCORCA Website. In 2014, we created TCORCA as a non-profit coalition in an unprecedented effort to enhance the investigation and prosecution of organized retail crime.
This successful public-private partnership has enabled corporate entities to provide their expertise and support while allowing law enforcement to apply investigative skills and legal authority in a coordinated effort designed to aggressively tackle organized crime.
We’ve built this secured website as a resource designed to share real-time criminal intelligence and information with our members and partners to improve the identification of offenders and the targeting of criminal enterprises. If you are a law enforcement officer, criminal analyst, corporate loss prevention or fraud investigator, or prosecutor, we invite you to become a member today in order to take advantage of the many tools available through this website. We are proud to offer this resource at no cost to our members.
Additionally, we at TCORCA offer training, quarterly regional information and intelligence-sharing meetings, networking opportunities, and a first-rate annual conference.
Through this multi-jurisdictional collaborative effort, we are not only improving the investigation and prosecution of these cases, but also maximizing the recovery of assets. We are very proud of the work that we have accomplished and look forward to continued expansion and success. We hope you will find the resources of this website useful.
Let’s work together to protect the health, safety and financial well-being of the citizens that we serve!
Working together in order to make our businesses a secure place to work and shop…
…and teaming up to make our communities a safer place to live, rest, and play.
Federal, state, and local law enforcement combining resources
Sharing information and intelligence, conducting investigations, and building strong cases.
Coordination of the private sector industries including retail, finance, manufacturing, logistics, utility, and leisure to partner in the fight against organized crime.
The Twin Cities Organized Retail Crime Association’s Annual Training & Conference