ALTO in the News
Retail stores are not independent of the communities that they exist in. They are part of an ecosystem with many factors that affect customers, employees, and sales. Loss prevention tries to stay up to date with what is happening in the store’s ecosystem by using the newest technology. But even this isn’t enough because we don’t know exactly what is happening out there. There is a disconnect between retail stores and their communities, we just can’t see it all.
The success of a prosecution is largely dependent on the details that are left in a police report. ALTO recommends documenting the following to increase your chances of success.
District Attorney’s Office Files Charges in Shoplifting Case and Announces Partnership to Combat Retail Theft in San Francisco
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced the filing of 15 charges against Jean Lugo Romero, who is alleged to be the individual depicted in a widely-circulated video of a shoplifting at a San Francisco Walgreens last week.
A closer look at Walgreen’s experience impacting crime with the ALTO Alliance.
Below is an interview with Bill Inzeo, Senior Director, Strategic Analytics, Systems & Support, Walgreens
A Federal Court has handed down a significant jail sentence in a retail robbery case in Southern California, the result of a cooperative effort between
The smell of fresh carne asada, tortillas, cilantro, and lime permeated the air at Northgate Market on South Euclid Street the afternoon of Thursday, April
ALTO, an international firm offering an innovative approach to addressing retail shrink, has announced a significant expansion of its offerings into several new market areas
The abrupt arrival of Covid‑19 in the world has forced us to change many daily things, not only our way of living, exchanging with friends and family, and working, but also the manner in which daily operations are performed and supervised in almost all industries.
ALTO US has announced that Karl Langhorst, executive vice president, recently joined retail loss prevention and security expert Joe LaRocca and Commander Blake Chow with
In what one former prosecutor termed “historic,” a habitual shoplifter who was set to be arraigned on a misdemeanor petty theft charge, had his bail