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We are pleased to announce that the Recipero Helpdesk website has recently been updated to be fully responsive. Users continue to be able to email support via the usual addresses published on each of of our product sites if they prefer. Christmas brings the busiest shopping weeks of the year and for many retailers often accounts for 70% of their annual revenue. TIP 1: Deterring would-be criminals is one of the most effective forms of crime prevention. TIP 6: Keep your curtains, drapes and window blinds closed at night, making sure valuable items are out of sight. We hope that you find these tips useful and encourage you to share them with your family, friends and colleagues.
Recipero is pleased to announce its partnership with SaferGems, a service provided by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA). Focusing initially on jewellery and watch traders, the partnership is set to dramatically improve the benefits of the SaferGems Watch Register service which helps members report and be alerted to lost and stolen items. The Watch Register is operated by SaferGems, a joint initiative established by the BSIA in partnership with a number of prominent organisations including TH March Insurance Brokers, the National Association of Goldsmiths (NAG) and the British Jewellers’ Association (BJA).
In 2014 alone, over ?9m worth of watches was stolen from individuals and jewellery stores, often inadvertently being sold on through the UK’s wide network of pawnbrokers and second-hand jewellery traders.
SaferGems are now entering into partnership with Recipero to improve the operational capabilities of the Watch Register.
Whilst reviewing the operational needs and costs of providing a fast and easily accessible checking service for Watch Register, it became clear that Recipero’s CheckMEND service already provided a very comprehensive service that is well proven in thousands of retail premises nationwide and with a little cooperation could incorporate the Watch Register data that we already hold.
This collaboration is another positive step forward in assisting the Police service to work more effectively with the business industry, to identify and recover stolen property. SaferGems members will further benefit through discounted use of Recipero’s CheckMEND service.
In the long-term, the Watch Register will help to reduce crimes against the jewellery industry by making it more difficult for thieves to resell stolen watches without getting caught. The British Security Industry Association is the trade association covering all aspects of the professional security industry in the UK. The Sunderland Echo have reported that Police in the area are offering vital ‘sheducation’ to the public – in a bid to keep opportunistic burglars locked out.
Crime-fighting cops in South Tyneside and Sunderland are reminding householders of the importance of shed security – after a recent surge in the number of sheds being broken into, with bikes being stored inside being the main target for crooks. People often don’t realise the value of the items they are storing inside their shed but if they’ve got expensive tools and bikes in there it all adds up and unfortunately, burglars are wise to this.
Home security is vitally important and most people install security measures to protect their home however, they then don’t have adequate security on sheds and outbuildings leaving these types of buildings vulnerable to being targeted by thieves.
A good quality lock could make all the difference over whether or not a burglar chooses to break-in to a particular building. When we recover property we suspect has been stolen we will search immobilise to see if the property has been registered – if it has not only can we return the property but we can clearly identify the person in possession of the property as not being the owner and arrest them for handling stolen goods. Following a spate of recent burglaries targeting building sites York Police are taking proactive steps to deter criminals and ensure property is easy to identify.
Officers are attending a building site in Clifford Street, York, today (Tuesday 27 October) to security mark and log all equipment there, ensuring would-be thieves would find it impossible to sell on. The site was recently targeted by burglars, and police are now inviting other building firms in York to get their equipment marked too. Property on the site will be security marked using dot peen marking, in conjunction with the Hermes recording system to log it on Immobilise, the UK national property register database.
Property marking sessions at other sites are also taking place, and officers are now inviting firms in York to get in touch so their equipment can also be security marked and registered.
Plant kit and power tools on building sites can be worth thousands of pounds, which is why it’s so important to get it security marked and registered. Dot peen marking involves using a tungsten carbide-tipped pin to indent an object with dots to create a visible, permanent unique number. Any businesses or organisations in York interested in getting their property marked should contact their local police team by dialling 101 and selecting option 2. We are pleased to announce that the full Recipero Crime Reduction Ecosystem is now available in the Netherlands. The Recipero Crime Reduction Ecosystem is set for a rapid rollout as part of a joint venture between Recipero and PortingXS.
In the UK and the US, these services have proven to be highly effective in identifying and reducing mobile device crime. PortingXS headquartered in the Netherlands, is a well respected provider of IT and Telecoms solutions throughout the world. The platform, consisting of valuable information about mobile phones and other electronic devices, will be the link between consumers, retailers, police, insurers, banks and recyclers.
Residents in south Liverpool are taking advantage of the Immobilise National Property Register to help them to protect their belongings, and deter burglars at the same time.
South Liverpool Homes (SLH) has joined up with Merseyside Police to offer the free scheme to all SLH tenants. The landlord is making it as easy as possible for tenants to take part in the scheme by registering their belongings for them if they are unable to access the internet.  This can include anything of value from mobile phone, tablets and game consoles to TV’s, bikes and watches. I thought this was a great idea so I jumped at the chance to register.  It took about 15 minutes to do and now I have peace of mind that if any of my belongings do get stolen, there’s a good chance I’ll get them back. SLH and Merseyside Police launched the scheme following consultation with residents in Speke. Police are urging people to get their new gifts logged to keep them out of the hands of thieves.
And those who received iPads, iPhones and other similar smartphones and tablets for Christmas are urged to activate built-in GPS systems and download apps which help locate stolen property. The immediate crime prevention activity will mean if new property is stolen and later recovered it can be returned to the rightful owner, as well as potentially catching criminals in possession of stolen goods.
The advice is part of Operation Soundwave – a campaign aimed at cutting volume crime and tackling opportunist thieves – which is ongoing over the festive season.
Immobilise is the world’s largest register of property where members of the public can log their valuables – anything such as mobile phones, bikes, tools, electricals and gardening equipment. Ownership details can be viewed by police across the country on the National Mobile Property Register (NMPR), which allows officers to check a recovered item and instantly find the owner. Many people will have received devices such as iPhones, games consoles and laptops for Christmas and I’m sure crime prevention is not something which is at the forefront of people’s mind when they have just received gifts and are enjoying festivities. But I’d like to remind people that it’s important to take a few moments to take a note of the serial number and register with immobilise where an image can be uploaded and the serial number recorded. It means if it is stolen and recovered, it can be returned to the rightful owner as well as ensuring those found in possession of it can be dealt with, potentially preventing further crime.
The more people that register with immobilise, the easier it is to return stolen property and the more difficult it is for criminals to profit from their crimes. Gadget-lovers are also being urged to make the most of tracking technology to stay one step ahead of thieves. We of course would urge everyone to protect their property from thieves in the first place, such as making sure phones are secured in zip pockets or handbags, not leaving items lying around on pub or cafe tables and never leaving electronic items on show in a vehicle.
However, if such equipment is stolen, taking this simple step can make the difference between losing the item forever or having it tracked, located and seized by police. Modern technology has its place alongside the more traditional police work and we’ll continue to combine all investigative techniques to cut crime across Northumbria and stop thieves in their tracks. It’s also vital residents report anything suspicious to police straight away so they can investigate. Starting on Wednesday December 3rd, retailers will give customers the opportunity to register their new electrical and valuable items recorded and uploaded onto the national property registration site for FREE. The online Immobilise property registration system used by all UK police forces via the NMPR, and second hand traders via CheckMEND to check whether property that is recovered or offered for sale they come in contact with is stolen. The scheme is being rolled out to tackle the issue of victims not being able to provide full details of their property when it is lost or stolen. Over the past few years we have adopted a very successful partnership with Carmarthenshire Community Safety and attended community events encouraging members of the public to take measures registering and securing their property.


We have currently rolled this initiative out for Cycles with Halfords in Llanelli and Carmarthen and are confident our decision to expand the initiative to the other retailers will benefit all in our commitment to prevent crime. Starting Sunday 31 August 2014, the store will give customers the opportunity to register their new electrical and valuable items recorded and uploaded onto the national property registration site for FREE. Immobilise is an online property registration system used by all UK police forces and second hand dealers to check whether property that is recovered or offered for sale they come in contact with is stolen. Over the past few years police have attended community events and other engagement opportunities to encourage members of the public to register all their property on the site. I am delighted that ASDA have agreed to offer this service and builds on the strong links we have the stores in this area. If the immobilise registration proves a success in ASDA I hope other retailers will follow suit and look at the possibility of offering a similar service to their customers. Gadget owners across West Berkshire are being encouraged by local police to register their goods online so that officers can easily track them in the event that they are stolen. Sgt Alan Hawkett who is part of the local policing team for Bucklebury and Downlands is leading the initiative and wants people to register their equipment on to the Immobilise website. If an item is stolen the public needs to notify both the police and Immobilise, which will then enable us to be able to see it as a stolen item on the site with the serial number.
The information stored on the website will only be accessed by officers in the event of a theft being reported, says Sgt Hawkett.
The police have already been successful in encouraging members of the public to sign up to the scheme. The police were also in Newbury town centre last Saturday between 6pm and 11pm informing members of the public of the scheme and Sgt Hawkett says that 36 accounts were created at the session.
Sussex Police are urging the public to join the battle against burglars by logging their valuables on the Immobilise National Property Register which allows police and the public to work together to make stolen items too hot to handle. Residents can enter the details of their possessions on the free website and report when they have been stolen. Sussex Police is encouraging residents to use Immobilise as part of Operation Magpie, the force’s crackdown on burglary across the county. When our officers respond to reports of burglary, they often cannot get enough detailed information about the items which have been stolen – without old boxes for electrical items or photographs of jewellery for example it can be very difficult to accurately identify what has been taken.
Better information greatly increases the chances of us being able to reunite stolen property with its rightful owner, helps us to get a better picture of which burglaries could be linked and gives us the evidence we need to prove that property is stolen.
That helps us to link items to burglars and those trading in stolen goods and means we can get offenders off the streets and into the courts.
Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, is backing the campaign urging residents to register their property. I’d like to see as many residents as possible playing their part in helping to beat burglary in Sussex. As well as registering mobile phones and electrical items with serial numbers, residents can also register other items by uploading photographs and giving a description. They can also use the website to instantly access a list of all their property and to print off certificates of ownership if they need to make a claim to their insurance company. Cycle shops across Hull assist customers with registering their newly purchased or repaired cycles for free onto the property registration site at point of purchase.
Once registered with an account the owners are then encouraged to add further property onto their personal immobilise account.
In addition to Police searching for stolen property, registered second hand dealers and mobile phone recyclers frequently access the data and are assisting in the fight against the market in stolen goods.
As part of continued support for tackling cycle crime, East Coast Cycles on Princes Avenue, Hull are holding a cycle marking event for bike owners on Saturday 19 July 2014 between 1000hrs and 1700hrs. The local Neighbourhood Policing Team will be assisting in cycle marking cycles in a gazebo at the front of the store and with refreshments provided by the store. Chris Hardy, Hull’s Second Hand Dealers Officer said: “Cycle stores have been quick to embrace the opportunity to support the police in tackling cycle crime.
The Hull Daily Mail has reported that bike  shop owners are joining forces with police to tackle the scourge of cycle theft. If the bike is stolen and recovered, police will be able to check the database via their NMPR system and return it to its owner. Cycle stores have been quick to embrace the opportunity to support the police with this initiative, which is a fantastic opportunity for their customers to get their cycles registered on Immobilise before they leave the store. By increasing the number of cycles registered online, I hope we can reduce cycle thefts in the city, as thieves will be reluctant to take property that is identifiable and can lead to prosecution for stealing the cycles or even handling stolen property. As well as cycles, other property can be registered by the public on to the system once an account has been set up. She was inconsolable when I told her it had been stolen, even when I said I would buy her a new bike. A new scheme aimed at preventing stolen goods being sold by second-hand shops was launched in Preston at the start of April. The online CheckMEND service allows shops to search the National Mobile Property Register and other sources when purchasing items to find out if the item has been reported as lost or stolen. In addition, second-hand shops in the area also receive regular alerts about items that have been reported as lost or stolen from across the county via Lancashire Police’s In The Know messaging system.
This scheme has been set up in conjunction with Preston City Council’s Licensing team, who along with the Lancashire Partnership Against Crime (LANPAC) has funded the purchase of transaction books to help shops when they are purchasing items. CheckMEND’s ‘Safe Seller’ scheme is established in other towns and cities nationwide, and has already had some success with several arrests being made and numerous items of property being recovered and returned to their owners, including a mobile phone which was stolen during a burglary in Scotland. The CheckMEND system has already been proved in other areas of the country, and really does help to ensure shops are not selling on stolen goods and putting money into the hands of criminals. Therefore, I would encourage Preston’s second-hand shops to sign up to the scheme, and our residents to vote with their feet and use the second-hand shops in Preston signed up to the Safe Seller scheme, so we can make Preston’s shops the most trusted in the area and ones which criminals cannot use to benefit from their illegal activities.
This new CheckMEND scheme is a great way for people to buy with confidence and be reassured that the products they are buying are legitimate and not stolen. We would ask all traders in Preston that sell second hand goods to sign up to the scheme so that both they and their customers do not become victims of crime by unwittingly selling on stolen goods. CheckMEND is successfully run in other parts of the country and we are pleased that people in Preston are now able to buy goods more safely as a result of the scheme. CheckMEND is used by thousands of businesses throughout the UK, helping them avoid criminality and the costs associated with it. Recipero has always worked closely with police to address mobile phone crime and the CheckMEND Safe Seller Scheme is a key part of our commitment to tackle this ongoing issue. Durham Police have launched  ‘Operation Spoke’ a initiative aimed at reducing bicycle theft across County Durham & Darlington. The aim of the scheme is that every new cycle sold will be marked and registered to their new owner. This really is a fantastic opportunity for anyone wishing to protect their bicycle, a simple yet highly effective method of preventing a bicycle from being taken and it takes only a few minutes. All customers who sign up to the scheme will be asked to complete a registration document, details provided will then be put onto a database so that Police can check the identity of cycles to identify them and to target bicycle thieves. The key benefit of the scheme is that should a bicycle be stolen it will be easy to identify by police. I am also hopeful that the introduction of this scheme will be a deterrent to bicycle thieves. People are asked to contact their local neighbourhood policing team, police station or cycle retailer for further information about the scheme.
South Yorkshire Police have recovered stolen property valued over ?3million from criminals who are intent on causing misery to South Yorkshire residents and motorists.
Fishing tackle, quad bikes, jewellery, building materials and a lorry carrying a crane are just some of the more unusual items seized by officers since the launch of Operation Lockdown in October 2013. Electrical items, mainly sat navs, car stereos, TVs, mobile phones and games consoles, have also been recovered from burglaries and vehicle crimes, and where possible, returned to their owners.
Having valuable or personal items stolen from your home or car is a distressing experience so any property we recover and return to people is good news.
We’re doing our utmost to track down criminals and recover stolen items but the public can help us, and more importantly themselves, by registering their property on the Immobilise website.
The online database is quick and free to use, and could help individuals to get their items back if they are lost or stolen.
The Force is deploying ‘sting’ vehicles across the county and officers are working closely with Crimestoppers to maximise intelligence and add to the thousand-plus arrests that have already been made during Operation Lockdown. Between 1 October 2013 and 12 January 2014, police recovered stolen property linked to burglary and vehicle crime in South Yorkshire worth an estimated ?3,017,629. Further information about home and vehicle security is available in the Help and advice section of the Force’s website.
Anyone with information about burglary or vehicle crime should contact South Yorkshire Police on 101, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. I also can’t stress enough the importance or downloading and installing tracking software on your mobiles, tablets and laptops. Whether you’re going away for Christmas or staying home to play with all your new toys, there are some simple tips you can follow to keep you and your family safe.
Ask a neighbour to keep an eye on your house whilst you’re away – they could park a car on your drive and collect any mail or free newspapers which might otherwise just sit in your porch. Cancel deliveries of milk and newspapers discreetly – don’t announce your departure to a shop full of people.
Remember to remove the keys from locked doors and windows and to keep them out of sight in a safe place.


Keep presents out of sight and don’t leave packaging for new electrical goods on display outside your house – keep it out of sight until the recycling is collected. Don’t leave bags hanging on the back of chairs in cafes and restaurants, under tables or in shopping trolleys.
Come to one of the local registration events going on across Avon and Somerset, where your local neighbourhood team can help you to register your property on Immobilise. Sim card data recovery software has ability to get back lost details of your cell phone sim card due to accidental deletion, virus or human error. It allows you to recover deleted or lost contacts, text messages, call history, photos and videos on all popular types of Android devices, such as HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, and etc. For restoring contacts on HTC Desire, you can use MobileGo Android Manager, which lets you import your contacts, photos and videos back to your phone, as well as manage contents on your Android device effortlessly, including messages, contacts, photos, videos, apps, etc. Users are now able to access the knowledgebase and submit support queries easily whether they are on a laptop, tablet or phone!
However we recommend creating support requests via the support portal, as the solution to many queries may be automatically suggested which in many cases, can answer  queries straight away! Stocking our homes with the latest electronic gadgets, jewellery and must-have accessories is commonplace, unfortunately though it provides thieves with an increased incentive to commit burglaries.
Invest in a motion sensor flood-light or even some outdoor Christmas lights to highlight your home’s exterior.
A common mistake of many festive decorators is to feed extension cables through partially open windows, criminals know to look for this vulnerability. According to one recent study, social media is a commonly used tool for scouting potential targets. When going out for the evening make use of inexpensive timers to give the illusion of occupancy, you should also consider leaving a radio on or go further and invest in a Fake TV device to emulate the light given of by at television. Make sure that garden tools or ladders that could be used to force entry into your home are not left lying around or accessible from an unlocked garden shed. Burglars know to look for hidden door keys so don’t hide spare keys under rocks, in flowerpots, or above door ledges. As always please remain vigilant and report suspicious activity immediately to the police on 999 if a crime is in progress, 101 in a non-emergency or Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111. This represents real value to Safer Gems and their members and of course enhances existing cooperation with UK Police. The register is an easy to use and efficient way for officers to access information; I know it will assist in the conviction of many offenders to come.
Forming part of millions of decision-making processes and transactions every month, Recipero’s data and intelligence solutions are provided online, in real-time, and are used globally by law enforcement, insurers, recyclers, retailers and consumers.
Its members provide over 70% of UK security products and services and adhere to strict quality standards. It will also be much easier for us to return it to its rightful owner if it is lost or stolen, and could provide vital evidence to secure a prosecution. We want the message to go out to would-be burglars that targeting sites in York is simply not worth the risk. This will allow the public and organisations that buy and sell mobile phones to trade with confidence. The joint venture named ReciperoXS is already starting to help Dutch customers avoid the costs of handling compromised devices, protecting consumers and business alike from the costs of crime.
Like Recipero, PortingXS has been established for 15 years and so brings a wealth of experience and connections that will help benefit both existing and new users. The speed of rollout has been testament to the great synergies between Recipero and PortingXS. Once registered with an account the owners will then have the opportunity to add further property onto that account. If so it allows them to return it to the owners and also assists in bringing offenders to justice who are in possession of the property. In addition it is hoped it will assist the police in bring those responsible for stealing property and handling the property to justice.
They were quick to get involved with Operation Sodium to assist the force in tackling retail crime and their support in hosting a wide range of crime prevention events in stores. The free web-site records unique serial numbers for many items including i-pads and bicycles so that police can track them in the event that they are stolen. Since June 245 items were registered on the service at a three-hour session for members of the public, and a further 23 on July 25 at an event in Thatcham, followed by 33 sign-ups on August 2nd. Banjo Cycles and Specialised Concept Store in Newbury are both involved with the project and support it. As well as making it easier for the police to track down registered owners, it can also act as a deterrent as it makes it harder for thieves to sell items on because they can be identified. Once they have completed the registration forms with customers in store, Humberside Police Community Safety Volunteers then set up the on-line accounts. The fact over 650 new cycles have been registered in just over six weeks is an excellent up take.
Participating stores are encouraging people that purchase new bikes to register them on the online Immobilise National Property Database.
If this proves to be the case, the Police can then work to reunite the property with its’ rightful owner as well as taking the appropriate measures against whoever has tried to sell on lost or stolen property for their own financial gain. Shops taking part in the scheme can be identified by the distinctive posters on display in their windows proclaiming them as a Safe Seller. Current bicycle owners can also attend their local cycle retailers, police stations and other cycle marking events to have their cycle(s) marked and registered under the scheme.
The message I want to send out is simple; if you are buying a new bicycle for Christmas this year or indeed into 2014, please register it with your retailer as part of Operation Spoke.
We know that people would rather not have anything stolen in the first place but thanks to Immobilise and the action we are taking, life is becoming more difficult for thieves. This will help us to return your property to you if it’s stolen and will make it harder for thieves to sell on. We’ve had some great results recently where people have activated their tracking software as soon as their phone or tablet has been stolen.
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When it comes to outdoor lighting, opt for solar or battery operated lights or install outdoor electrical outlets. If you can’t take packaging to a recycling point, make sure you only put your rubbish out just before the collection and do your best to break apart boxes so that they do not advertise your new contents of your home to thieves!
Social media savvy families have a tendency to publish their whereabouts during the holiday season, including any vacation plans. Installing a few dead-bolts and new window hinges could increase the security of your home exponentially. Arrange for a neighbour to park on the driveway to help create the impression someone is home. Garages are often targets for burglars looking for tools, bikes and gardening equipment – make sure the garage is secure and your possessions are secured too in the case of bikes and tools. If your gift doesn’t have a unique identifier there are several affordable marking kits available from the Immobilise store allowing the police to easily identify the owners of items they recover and so detect crime.
The dot peen machines in York were funded by North Yorkshire Police, the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, and Safer York Partnership. This has enabled our teams to translate and adapt our solutions to benefit Dutch consumers, businesses and law-enforcement. It allows members of the public to register property details of cycles, mobile phones and other electricals on-line for FREE, which then assists police in returning items to their rightful owners and helps bring offenders to justice. I hope by increasing cycles registered on-line we can reduce cycle thefts in the city, with thieves reluctant to take property which is identifiable and thus can lead to prosecution for stealing or even handling stolen property. Our aim is to get as many bikes as possible registered under the scheme, reducing the opportunity for bicycle theft across our force area.
Not only did it allow us to catch the thief red-handed, it meant the victim got their property back quickly.
Servings the over the counter periactin wonderful not notice younger finish ordering erythromycin of soap tickle. Visit the local pages of the Avon & Somerset Police website to get details of your nearest event. Also, highlighting the fact your possessions are security marked and registered on Immobilise using window decals provide a further warning that your goods are traceable and not worth the risk of stealing! Many houses these days have alarms, many though are rarely set, make sure yours is on and protecting your home when you are away and overnight where possible. Uploaded photos of pricey Christmas gifts can also be a problem as if privacy settings aren’t tied down, it can allow burglars to go shopping just by viewing your Facebook profile.




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