You are a loss prevention supervisor, and two company employees report to you that a loss prevention officer is intoxicated while on duty.

You are a loss prevention supervisor, and two company employees report to you that a loss prevention officer is intoxicated while on duty. You approach the officer, engage in conversation, and smell alcohol on his breath. What do you do? An added complication is that this particular officer has a brother in the local police department who has provided valuable aid during past loss prevention investigations. Furthermore, the officer has had a good work record while employed by the company for five years. After you carefully study the advantages and disadvantages of various internal and external ramifications to proposed actions, what do you do?

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