Business Groups Join Together for Retail Theft Initiative

Several business groups including BOMA California, California Business Properties Association, California Business Roundtable, and more have come together for the Retail Theft Initiative. The initiative will address the growing issue of retail theft, organized retail crime, and tackle the scourge of fentanyl. It also aims to encourage the Legislature to finally address some of the issues that it can through statutory action which it has been unable to do through the last two legislative sessions.  Additionally, this issue aims to fix issues with Prop. 47.
Learn more with the following resources:

Short Video Summary on the Retail Theft Initiative
This initiative has also found support by the Oakland NAACP, SF Mayor London Breed, and law enforcement groups across the state.
‘Unintended consequences': Bay Area mayors Breed and Mahan join Republicans in calls for Prop 47 reform
Initiative Campaign Website

COALITION ORGANIZATIONS (alphabetical order):
American Petroleum and Convenience Store Association
Building Owners and Managers Association of California
California Association of Highway Patrolmen
California Business Properties Association
California Business Roundtable
California Chamber of Commerce
California District Attorneys Association
California Fuels and Convenience Alliance
California Grocers Association
California New Car Dealers Association
California Peace Officers Association
California Police Chiefs Association
California Retailers Association
California State Sheriffs Association
Chief Probation Officers of California
League of California Cities
NAIOP California
Peace Officers Research Association of California



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