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Edmonton Police Foundation - Liquor Store Theft - Reality Video 1

Edmonton Police Foundation launched a Liquor Store Theft Challenge whereby a solution was selected to help reduce these thefts. The Legally Sourced Liquor Pledge Program is a new initiative from the Edmonton Police Foundation. The Program is part of a program that was won by the Social Innovation Institute in a global competition hosted by the Edmonton Police Foundation and Alcanna to reduce theft from liquor stores in Edmonton. This initiative is in response to a sharp increase in thefts from liquor stores in Edmonton and across the province. The stolen liquor is often used as a street-level currency, and at times then sold to other establishments that sell or serve alcohol at a much lower price than legitimate suppliers can offer. Therefore, the program asks business owners to make a visible public commitment to buying from legal sources only. Businesses who take the pledge will receive a badge to display on their premises, demonstrating to customers the business is committed to legal sourcing. For more information, please visit
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