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History of Northern California Organized Retail Crime Association (NCORCA)

Featured in this picture (left to right): Jason Rudolph, Al Moody, Lee Fraiser, Tim Sands, Kelby Newton, Deborah Lanford,
​Tyson Roberts, Denver Floyd, Taylor Magaziner, John McCallister, Sean Smith, Heidi Harman and Ryan Bal

Written by Al Moody, Crime Prevention Programs - Coordinator
NCORCA/Inter-Faith Task Force/InfraGard - Sacramento
City of Roseville Police Department


The Northern California Organized Retail Crime Association (NCORCA) was founded in 2010 by the City of Roseville, California Police Department and a core group of Retail Loss Prevention Managers. The initial goal of the group was for retail establishments and local law enforcement to partner in reducing organized retail crime. The boundaries of NCORCA have grown to include crimes along Interstate 80 between Sparks, NV and San Francisco as well as Interstate 5 between Fresno, CA and the Oregon border. 

The group stays organized through monthly newsletters that provide new trends in organized retail crime as well as educational tips to reduce retail theft both internally and externally. Both Retailers and Law Enforcement issue alerts via CrimeDex to share criminal incidents. NCORCA is also on the forefront of developing a Crime Lab to share current criminal activities with the goal of solving crimes that impact Retailers and Law Enforcement and to expedite prosecution. 

Current membership continues to grow with over 300 Retailers and Law Enforcement members. Prospective NCORCA members can apply via "CrimeDex.com". For more information about NCORCA contact "NCORCA Coordinator" Al Moody and Roseville Police "Detective" Ryan Bal at amoody@roseville.ca.us

The co-founders are Ryan Bal (Detective - RPD) and Al Moody (retired retail executive / volunteer).


NCORCA Board of Directors