Retailers are now poised to prevent 80% of loss and safety incidents with Auror’s purpose-built retail LPR solution.
Discover how AP/LP leaders connect the dots to address ORC and recidivist offending at scale, making stores safer and reducing retail theft.
Learn more about License Plate Recognition, or LPR, and how it works for retail AP/LP leaders.
Discover how grocery retailers use Retail Crime Intelligence to identify the people causing the most loss, connect the dots, & improve collaboration.
Learn more about Auror Innovation Week, why it’s important, and how it enables Auror’s partners to keep their stores and communities safe.
Trust is at the center of everything we do. At this center, we hold values that serve as our three essential building blocks – privacy, security, and good intent. Take a closer look at Auror's approach and guiding principles when it comes to these topics.
Traditional case management and legacy loss prevention software won’t cut it as solutions for today’s retail crime problems.
Discover how Auror’s connected ecosystem, the Retail Crime Intelligence Hub, is leading an empowered and unified future for AP/LP.
ALPR can be an effective tool for reducing crime when used carefully. Discover Auror’s privacy-supporting approach to ALPR.
Many retail leaders have questions about how to address ORC with technology. Here, we’ll answer some of those Retail Crime Intelligence FAQs.
Discover the new standard for Retail Crime Intelligence and how communities are connecting the dots with Auror.
The reality of today’s retail environment means there is not a single retailer these days that does not have a problem with Organized Retail Crime (ORC). This makes it more important than ever for Asset Protection/Loss Prevention (AP/LP) teams to find the right solution for the job.
Ensuring associate and guest safety during the pandemic has been a huge challenge for the industry, and as usual, retail professionals have risen to meet it.
2021 was a big year of wins for Auror customers, who reported a record 100,000 events per month in the platform, helping to prevent more loss and harm than ever before.
New Zealand Police will be setting up a National Retail Investigation Support Unit (Retail ISU).
Two of Australia’s largest retailers are breathing a sigh of relief as one of their most prolific and aggressive shoplifters has been arrested
We take a look at the products and features we delivered in partnership with our leading retailers to stop more crime, for good in 2020.
Get an inside look into how Auror Investigate is enabling retail crime investigators to build, manage, track, and resolve more cases, faster.
Watching a retail partner piece together an Organized Retail Crime (ORC) investigation in their 'war room' proved to be the inspiration to building a platform to help them drive more outcomes, faster.
We believe making effective technology investments is one of the most critical things for AP/LP leaders to get right to outperform when it comes to shrink results in the years to come.
We sat down with the Profit Protection Forum to discuss the critical role technology plays in addressing retail crime.
We recently hosted an invite-only webinar with industry leaders and experts on “Suggested Merges: the future of linking retail criminal activity.” In this article we’ll share some of the key concepts discussed.
In the last few months alone, we’ve made over 300 improvements to our platform to support our retail partners to reduce crime.
Bobby (Auror) joins Tom Meehan (LPRC and CONTROLTEK) on a special edition of the LPRC podcast to discuss the pandemic’s effect on solution providers, technological challenges, the importance of remote-in capabilities, and much more.
Preparing for machine learning. If we can upload photos of subjects committing crimes – imagine how powerful it could be if we could scan the entire photo and have it fill out the crime report for us?
Getting good intel from stores is a great first step, but it’s what you do with that intel that can disrupt crime at your stores. See how we're making it easier for LP teams and investigators to solve more crime, faster.
This is the story of re-imagining how reporting retail crime should work so that store teams, support office, and law enforcement can collaborate and connect the dots easily. The ultimate goal is to stop crime in stores because reporting crime without outcomes is just another cost of doing business.