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CAP Index Inc

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150 John Robert Thomas Drive
Exton, PA 19341
About CAP Index Inc
  • CAP Index, Inc. is the world leader in crime forecasting, Since 1988, the company has provided innovative solutions for Fortune® 1000 corporations and government agencies looking to minimize a broad range of losses, including shortage, general liability, fraud, lawsuits and crimes against persons and property.

    CAP Index’s CRIMECAST products are derived from an advanced evaluation system designed to accurately identify the risk of personal and property crimes at any location in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. CRIMECAST reports assist CAP’s clients with ranking and comparing multiple locations, site selection, security resource allocation, litigation, and underwriting.

    CAP Index® provides crime forecasting models for 81 of the top U.S. Fortune® 100 Companies, as well as leading retailers, financial institutions, insurance companies and quick service restaurant (QSR) companies nationwide.
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