At times, boosters also conspire with current or former store employees. Employees may take goods from storage rooms or receiving areas in stores and provide them directly to boosters. They may also help thieves by disabling store alarms, leaving doors unlocked or providing information about computer passwords, alarm codes, keys, and management and security schedules. Industry studies estimated the proportion of inventory loss due to employee theft. However, it is currently unknown how often employee theft or fraud is directly implicated in cases of organized retail crime.