JSA RAISING FUNDS TO UPGRADE TECHNOLOGY To upgrade its crime-fighting technology, the Jewelers' Security Alliance launched its first-ever fund-raising campaign in July. JSA, the non-profit crime-prevention association based in New York City, hopes to raise $600,000. "We're coming into the 21st century and we had better be ready to meet its crime-fighting challenges," says JSA Chairman Marvin Markman of Suberi Bros. Inc. "The crooks are ready -- they already have the technology." While the organization has no firm plans as yet, Markman says technological upgrades may include putting JSA security seminars on CD-ROM and using the Internet. Being on-line would allow JSA to link its regional representatives by computer, provide members with immediate and direct access to security bulletins and detailed crime information or hold member meetings on the Internet. "We want to become part

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