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The Conference

Why attend?

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Combat Organized Retail Crime (ORC) by attending the Coalition of Law Enforcement & Retail’s (CLEAR) Annual Conference in partnership with the Florida Law Enforcement Property Recovery Unit (FLEPRU) Oct. 9th – 12th in Orlando, Florida.

Have solution-based discussions with the largest police organizations from across the country.  Guarantee your spot by registering today.

The 2023 CLEAR and FLEPRU conference is a training conference comprised of and open to law enforcement professionals, retailers, and industry professionals from around the nation. 

The conference includes specialized training sessions primarily focused around property crimes, trends, investigative tactics, and legislative topics.  These sessions are hosted by speakers who are experts in their field or industry professionals both locally and from around the nation. 

The conference will also include a Vendor Showcase and Retail Fusion Center to support networking opportunities between law enforcement and retailers.



The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR) is a non-profit, non-partisan national association founded in November 2008 by a group of Law Enforcement and Retail Loss Prevention professionals that saw the need for the formation of a partnership. The Coalition provides a forum for public and private sector members, with experience in a wide variety of public safety initiatives, to aid and support the establishment of collaborative efforts that are focused on improving the safety of our communities and advancing the profession of its membership.

CLEAR's Board of Directors recognizes that there are many challenges to establishing collaborative efforts that support the safety of our communities. CLEAR, through public-private partnership arrangements, provides diverse training and education programs, offering timely, relevant information and insights to our Members and training participants as well as providing vital core resources for creating and furthering partnerships nationwide. Training and education events are focused on delivering the most productive and cost-effective training and development opportunities, providing unmatched content that contributes to both the success of our members and the continued success of the organization’s for which they represent.

The first recovery unit in the United States, the Florida Law Enforcement Property Recovery Unit (FLEPRU) has answered the problem of increasing the recovery of stolen property and placing the guilty parties in jail for more than 30 years by creating an educational resource for detectives and law enforcement. FLEPRU recognizes and facilitates information exchanges on both the state and national level and effectively tracks and recovers stolen goods to private and commercial victims.




Proud to bring retail loss prevention executives together with law enforcement professionals from across the country. 

Raul Aguilar

Deputy Assistant Director of Homeland Security Investigations


Lauren Kohr

Senior Director of Anti-Money Laundering in the Americas for ACAMS

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Nathan Bandaries

Asset Protection Manager,
Organized Retail Crime, 
Albertsons- Safeway

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Detective Mitchell Allen

 FIRST Task Force, Lone Tree Colorado Police

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Brendan Deenihan

 Chief of Detectives, Chicago Police Department

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Doug Monda

Co-Founder at Trauma Behind The Badge and the Survive First Foundation

Michele Stuart

PRES at JAG and Owner, JAG Investigations

Raul Rivas

Orlando Police Depart. Retired

Law Enforcement Specialist at N&F Training Solutions & Trauma Behind the Badge

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Carlos M. Ortiz

DHS Country Attache


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Marshall Jones

Florida Institute of




DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Orlando at SeaWorld
10100 International Drive | Orlando, FL 32821
Rooms available for 10/9-12/23 (Cut Off: 9/10/23)
Rate: $199 + tax | Parking: $15 + tax | Resort Fee: Waived

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