What’s RxPatrol

About the Program

In an ongoing effort to combat the abuse and diversion of prescription drugs, Purdue Pharma L.P. has conceived, developed and funded an information clearinghouse for data related to pharmacy robberies, burglaries and theft that involve the loss of controlled substances. RxPATROL® (Pattern Analysis Tracking Robberies and Other Losses) is an initiative designed to collect, collate, analyze and disseminate pharmacy theft intelligence to law enforcement throughout the nation.

RxPATROL program is overseen by individuals with former law enforcement experience within Purdue Pharma's Corporate Security Department. This group works with law enforcement, the pharmacy community and security professionals to populate the data base with detailed crime information utilizing a leading incident analysis software platform capable of analyzing data, identifying trends and incorporating streaming video and photos.

Theft related data can also be uploaded directly to RxPATROL® by law enforcement and the pharmacy community on all incidents of pharmacy theft involving controlled substances. RxPATROL® will in turn analyze the information and provide it to the respective law enforcement agencies for action as they deem appropriate.

In addition to the intelligence value of the program, RxPATROL, in cooperation with local Crime Stoppers programs offers rewards of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect(s) in a pharmacy burglary or robbery, where the motive is the theft of scheduled prescription medication.

Meet the RxPATROL Team

Luis Bauza, Program Director
Retired-Lieutenant, NYPD

Adrienne Baker
Former-Principal Agent, Georgia State Medical Board

Ed Cartwright
Retired-Supervisory Narcotics Agent, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General

Shane Tiernan
Former-Deputy Director, Utah Insurance Fraud Division

Elizabeth Percheson
Corporate Security Associate

To provide an anonymous tip about pharmacy crime and qualify for a reward of up to $2,500,
please call: 1- 888- 4Rx-Tips (1-888-479-8477)