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Saturday, July 31, 2010

پولیس ہیڈآفس میں مددگار15کال سینٹرآئندہ ہفتے کام شروع کرے گا

پولیس ہیڈآفس میں مددگار15کال سینٹرآئندہ ہفتے کام شروع کرے گا


کراچی (رپورٹ/ آصف علی سید ) شہر میں ہونے والے جرائم کی وارداتوں کی اطلاع اور پولیس کی مددطلب کرنے کے لیے پولیس ہیڈ آفس میں جدید نوعیت کا"مددگار15کال سینٹر" قائم کردیاگیا ہے

مددگار15کال سینٹر70نشستوں پر مشتمل ہے جو آئندہ ہفتے سے تجرباتی بنیادوں پرکام شروع کردے گا، پولیس کے کال سینٹر میں آنے والی ٹیلی فون کالز کا ڈیٹا ایک سافٹ ویئر میں محفوظ کیا جائے گا کسی بھی اطلاع پر کال سینٹر میں موجود پولیس افسران متعلقہ تھانے اور مددگار پولیس کو جائے وقوعہ اور متعلقہ تھانے کے بارے میں اطلاع کریں گے۔ 

پولیس ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ کیپیٹل سٹی پولیس کراچی کے شہر بھر میں قائم پندرہ مددگار15مراکز کے تمام ٹیلی فون نمبروں کو سینٹرل پولیس آفس میں قائم کیے جانے والے جدید نوعیت کے مددگار 15کال سینٹر میں منتقل کرنے کا کام مکمل کرلیا گیا ہے نمبروں کی منتقلی کے بعد سی پی او میں قائم مددگار کال سینٹر آئندہ ہفتے سے تجرباتی بنیادوں پرکام شروع کردے گا پولیس ذرائع نے بتایا کہ مذکورہ کال سینٹر 70نشستوں پر مشتمل ہے جہاں تین شفٹوں میں 210پولیس اہلکاروں و افسران پر مشتمل عملہ کام کرے کال سینٹر سے متصل ایک آپریشن روم بھی تعمیرکیا گیا ہے جہاں موجود پولیس کے افسران شہر کے کسی بھی حصے سے آنے والی کال پر متعلقہ تھانے کو اطلاع کریں گے اور اس کال پر ہونے والی پولیس کارروائی کو بھی مانیٹرکریں گے، پولیس ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ شہر میں موجود مددگار15کے مراکز سے صرف کال سننے والے اہلکاروں کا تبادلہ سی پی او کردیا جائے گا جبکہ آپریشن پولیس کا عملہ انھی مراکز میں موجود رہے گا۔

 رائع کا کہنا ہے کہ سینٹرل پولیس آفس میں قائم کیے جانے والے جدید مددگار 15کال سینٹر میں شہرکے کسی بھی حصے سے آنے والی کالزکا ڈیٹا سندھ پولیس کے انفارمیشن ٹیکنالوجی ڈیپارٹمنٹ کے تیارکردہ سافٹ ویئر میں محفوظ کیا جائے گا اور ان کالز میں ہونے والی گفتگو بھی ریکارڈ ہوگی جو کسی حادثے کی صورت میں تفتیش میں کام آسکے گی ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ جدید کال سینٹر میں ایس پی سطح کا ایک افسر انچارج ہوگا جبکہ ایک شفٹ میں 70افراد پر مشتمل عملہ موجود ہوگا

کال سینٹر میں کسی بھی ہنگامی صورتحال سے نمٹنے کے لیے بیک اپ میں 30ٹیلی فون لائنیں موجود ہوں گی جو زیر استعمال ٹیلی فون لائنوں کے خراب ہونے کی صورت میں کال سینٹر سے منسلک کردی جائیں گی، پولیس ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ مددگار 15کال سینٹر کے شروع ہونے کے بعد اگلے مرحلے میں شہر بھر کے تھانوں اور مددگار15کی پولیس موبائلوں میں ٹریکر نصب کیے جائیں گے جس کے ذریعے کسی کال پر روانہ کی جانے والی پولیس موبائل کی پوزیشن اور اس کے جائے وقوعہ پر پہنچنے کا ٹائم نوٹ کیا جاسکے گا ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ پولیس موبائلوں میں ٹریکر نصب کرنے کا مقصد پولیس اہلکاروں کی دوران ڈیوٹی صحیح مقام کی نشاندہی اور کسی حادثے یا واردات کی صورت میں قریب ترین پولیس موبائل کو جائے وقوعہ پر روانہ کرنا بھی ہے جس سے عوام کو پولیس کے دیر سے پہنچنے کی شکایات میں بھی کمی واقع ہوگی، پولیس ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ پولیس موبائل میں ٹریکر نصب کیے جانے کے بعد مددگار15کی گاڑیاں اپنی مختص کردہ پوائنٹ سے کسی اور مقام پر نہیں جاسکیں گی تھانوں کے ایس ایچ اوز کی ڈیوٹی یا تھانے پر موجودگی کو بھی چیک کیا جاسکے گا ،

 ولیس ذرائع نے بتایا کہ جدید نوعیت کے مددگار15کال سینٹر میں تمام کام مکمل ہوچکے ہیں اور اسے آئندہ ہفتے آپریشنل کردیا جائے گا۔ 

Friday, April 23, 2010

White Collar Crimes (From Behind the Bars) A US Story

This US case may not be alien to Pakistani Crime Scene !

CRIME FROM BEHIND BARS
The Case of the Con Turned Con Artist


Prison cells

He was already in jail for fraud and other crimes, yet he managed to lead a massive, two-year identity theft and bribery scheme that earned him a separate 309-year prison sentence—more than twice that of crooked financier Bernie Madoff, and reportedly the fourth-longest in the history of U.S. white-collar crime.

His name is Robert Thompson, and his story is an eye-opening one for consumers and businesses who take the risk of sharing personal information over the telephone.


It began in a Louisiana state prison
, where Thompson began stealing a raft of personal information—dates of birth, social security numbers, bank account numbers, credit cards numbers, etc.—from more than 61 individuals, churches, financial institutions, and businesses. That information enabled him to steal from the victims’ bank accounts and use their credit to buy big-ticket items—like appliances, cell phones, and big-screen TVs. He even attempted to purchase a luxury SUV. Most of these items ended up with his partners in crime—accomplices inside and outside prison.

The ruses: Thompson used various methods to gather personal information, but one of his tried-and-true ploys involved calling a bank and pretending to be an elderly stroke victim who had been hospitalized. “I don’t have my checkbook with me and need access to my bank account,” he would claim. Most banks didn’t fall for it, but some did. Thompson also called individual victims directly—sometimes saying he was a state trooper who needed to verify personal details after an identity theft arrest.

The operation: Thompson initially made his calls on prison phones. Knowing he could only make collect calls—in accordance with prison rules—he had his outside accomplices obtain three-way calling services on their personal phones, accept collect calls from Thompson, and dial whatever number he wanted. Since many of the calls were long-distance, he also contacted phone companies—using a phony identity—and had those calls charged to the accounts of various churches.

Eventually, prison officials got wind from us of what Thompson was doing, and he was transferred to a special lockdown area in order to keep him away from the phones. But he paid a $10,000 bribe to a corrections officer assigned to his cell block to use the officer’s personal cell phone. So his shenanigans continued.

Thompson also had his accomplices—including a former guard he met at another prison—withdraw money from the phony bank accounts he had set up, pick up merchandise he had ordered, and/or let their home addresses be the delivery points.

The FBI entered the picture in mid-2006 after being contacted by a car dealership that had $50,000 stolen from its bank account. After an extensive investigation, we identified Thompson as the culprit. At least eight of his co-conspirators also have been charged as part of the overall investigation, which was worked closely with state and local law enforcement and corrections officials.

But old habits die hard—after pleading guilty and expressing remorse for his crimes during a 2009 court appearance, Thompson was back working the phones the very next week. The judge had little sympathy during Thompson’s sentencing.

The case is a lesson for us all. “Be crime smart” when it comes to sharing personal information—yours or someone else’s. Don’t give it out over the telephone unless you have verified the identity of the caller.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Japan: DNA testing releases a prisoner after 17 years in jail

Man wrongfully convicted of 1990 murder acquitted; more than 1,500 line up for 48 seats

Man wrongfully convicted of 1990 murder acquitted; more than 1,500 line up for 48 seats

The Utsunomiya District Court on Friday acquitted a 63-year-old man who was sentenced to life in prison over a 1990 murder in Tochigi Prefecture and spent 17 years behind bars, while offering an apology to the defendant for its own past ruling.

The verdict formally cleared Toshikazu Sugaya, a former kindergarten bus driver convicted of killing Mami Matsuda, 4, in Ashikaga, Tochigi, based on flawed DNA testing and a false confession.

‘‘I feel sorry as a judge that we did not listen to Mr Sugaya’s truthful voice, and as a result, took away his freedom for 17 and a half years,’’ Presiding Judge Masanobu Sato said. The three judges stood up and bowed toward the defendant.

More than 1,500 people made a line outside the court for 48 tickets to attend the retrial. A woman in her 50s from Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture, was among the 1,513 people who lined up. ‘‘I believe Mr Sugaya must have spent a painful 17 years, despite the principle of the benefit of the doubt.’‘

‘‘I would like to tell him, ‘You must be tired after such a long time’,’’ she said.

Sugaya told reporters after the court adjourned that the verdict ‘‘filled me with emotion. I appreciate it. I’m glad.’’ He also said, ‘‘I feel completely different today from yesterday…I feel refreshed by the verdict of complete innocence.’‘

It is the sixth time in the postwar era that a defendant with a finalized death penalty or life sentence has been acquitted in a retrial, according to the Supreme Court.

The prosecution abandoned the right to appeal, thus finalizing the ruling.

The retrial began last October after a fresh DNA analysis effectively proved Sugaya’s innocence. With the prosecution already having asked that he be acquitted, the focus was on how the court would sum up the case, in particular whether it would refer to the background behind the false allegations and if it would apologize for its past ruling.

Sato ruled that Sugaya was unable to resist the harsh interrogation and had made the false confession after he was confronted by the DNA testing result. ‘‘The confession is incredible and false,’’ the presiding judge said. He also ruled that as the DNA testing during the investigation was not conducted in a scientifically reliable manner, its result was not admissible as evidence.

During the retrial, audiotapes of a prosecutor questioning Sugaya were played in court, with his defense lawyers aiming to show how the defendant was forced to make a false confession and how he fell victim to a miscarriage of justice during the investigation and trials.

On the questioning, Sato said it was illegal as the prosecutor neglected to tell Sugaya that he could consult with defense lawyers and that he had the right to remain silent.

The prosecutors and police separately apologized to Sugaya after he was released from prison in June.

Sugaya, who at first admitted to the crime before retracting his confession, pleaded not guilty at his initial trial. The Utsunomiya District Court in 1993 sentenced him to life in prison, a decision upheld by the Tokyo High Court in 1996.

The Supreme Court also endorsed the guilty verdict in 2000, recognizing a DNA test as admissible for the first time.

After the district court turned down Sugaya’s plea for a retrial in 2008, the case took a new turn in 2009 when a fresh DNA analysis conducted at the request of his defense team indicated he was not the killer and opened the way for the retrial in June.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Tree Branches on the Road


These branches remained on the road, next to Ayesha Bawani School, near Gora Qabristan, for 3 days . This is the Karachi Cantonment Board jurisdiction area.

It is a short clip taken on February 13, 2010.

Similar dangerous situations have been observed in Karachi elsewhere too.


video


An interesting Govt of Sindh Car crash in Karachi

The Car had no number plates ! But according to the traffic police, some were found from "somewhere" later ...

The Woman Driver, who crashed the Cultus, is seated inside the Khyber car, talking to her supporters and family ...

This Suzuki Khyber came to a rescue for the Car crashers, and took them in it.


A by-passer closely watches the crash ! And thanks god that they were not at this spot at the time of accident ... Who will pay for the damages to the car, the poor motorcyclist who went down a drain, and the trees uprooted by the Crash ..


Inspector Ibrahim, Section Officer (SO) Traffic at Drigh Road / PAF section is guiding the traffic away from the crashed car. He is a very active Police Officer, and responds to help request at lightning speeds.

But unfortunately, this is how the governance works in Karachi ... Top Guns scare the Smaller fish.
A call to 15, Police Help brought in the Sharae Faisal Police mobile, but they too were mum and powerless to take action ... they also let the things go ... "Sab Chalta Hai Yaar
سب چلتا ہے یار
اس اندھیر نگری میں




Motorcyclist Jumps in to a Sewerage Hole

A Motorcyclist Crashes in to a deep sewerage Hole


Recently on February 23, 2010, at 9 PM, at Sharae Faisal, Karachi, people heard some screams of a person, calling for help.

But he was nowhere to be seen. It was dark, and the sounds seemed ghostly!

We also stopped to inquire. Soon it transpired that a middle aged motorcyclist had jumped in to an open manhole left open by the Cantonment Board Faisal contractors on the side walk next to PAF residential quarters.

The motorcyclist was retrieved with some difficulty, and his motorcycle was also pulled out later, with the help of Traffic Police, Drigh Road Section.

There was another car accident at that time, and the motorcyclist was trying to by-pass the traffic jam. He went in, in to this deep hole with his bike, and suffered some injuries to his face and back bone.


Thursday, February 11, 2010

General Safety Measures

Safety Measures For Family & Child
1. PERSONAL PROTECTION MEASURES

Personal protection is largely a matter of common sense. Most people have an in-built sense of survival and avoid situations that may endanger themselves. However, most people are not aware of how criminals operate. The following measures reduce the risk of becoming the target/ victim of criminal activity
1.1 DO NOT SET PATTERNS

(a) Vary routes and timing when travelling to and from School, Work, Shopping, etc.

(b) Vary routes and timings for walks/jogging or outing


1.2 USE MAIN ROUTES AND AVOID

(a) Badly lit areas

(b) Quiet Residential / Industrial / Barren areas

(c) Single lane roads


1.3 LOOK AHEAD

(a) When driving and walking, look ahead and be aware of situation that may cause you to slow down or stop. If suspicious, avoid getting into that situation. At night do not give way to a suspicious vehicle if he honks or flashes his headlights from behind to corner you.

(b) When driving lock your doors and leave enough distance from the car in front, so that in case the front car stops/blocks you, there is enough space for you to get away.

(c) Wherever possible, stay on the roads having fast moving traffic.

(d) If anybody blocks your road, try to choose an exit point even if it means damaging your car to escape the blockade.


1.4 LOOK BEHIND

(a) When driving and walking be aware of who is following you, if suspicious, stay calm, and head for the nearest safe haven such as police/military/navy, barracks, busy areas etc. try to lose them and never approach your house or your friends. If being followed drive fast and be alert. Watch your rearview mirror at all times.


1.5 ALWAYS LET SOMEONE KNOW YOUR WHEREABOUTS

(a) If possible tell someone where you are going and let them know your program/schedule. Avoid quiet early morning or noon outings.


1.6 VEHICLE SECURITY

(a) Install Vehicle Alarm System. The latest Satellite Vehicle Tracking System not only secures your Vehicle, but cares for the security and safety of your family.

(b) When approaching a parked car, kindly ensure that no suspicious person/s are around.

(c) Do not leave any children inside parked cars. Avoid sitting in the vehicle at roadside or shopping centers.

(d) Instruct drivers to park the car at a prominent place, lock it and stand away from the car while waiting for you to return.
2. SECURE FAMILY
2.1 Do not display your name on the gate of your apartment/ house, just the address.

2.2 Auto Lock System at gate and doors connected to a speaker system and closed circuit TV around the house and entrance porch.

2.3 Intercom with coded identification to communicate with guards/servants to allow access.

2.4 Door Chains.

2.5 Guards should be positioned on Terrace with Sensor Lights activated around the house.


2.6 Employees must deposit:

(i) I.D Card
(ii) Photo
(iii) Reference
(iv) Registration with Police for Servants, Drivers, Maids, Guards, Sweepers, Gardeners, etc.


2.7 Keep bedrooms locked, pre-determined coded words for opening at all times. Identify restricted areas of the house for servants, especially males. This will also help prevent burglars from accessing the rooms of other family members.

2.8 Servants may drug small children. Take necessary precautions.

2.9 Do not be threatened by Dacoits / Burglars to disclose hidden cash/jewelry on the mere threat of killing a family member. Make a small safe at a place where nobody looks and distribute your valuables. Be calm, do not be intimidated, act scared, start crying, the criminals like to believe they have scared you, so you must be telling the truth.
3. PERSONAL SAFETY
3.1 Print only plain Visiting Cards.

3.2 Discourage display of Mobile Phone by children.

3.3 Never sit in the front with Home Drivers or Van Drivers.

3.4 Don’t Carry weapons.

3.5 Late Night Outings should be discouraged.

3.6 Careful whilst inside and when leaving Lockers, Banks, Money changers and approaching ATM machines.

(a) When approaching any of the above, visually scan the area before getting out of your car.

(b) If there is something suspicious, like someone just standing around or people in a nearby vehicle, but no one especially at the ATM, then leave the area immediately and use another ATM.

(c) When transaction is completed immediately take your ATM card, receipt, money, etc. and leave. Count your money later at a safe place.

(d) When in lockers to take jewelry put it on your person, never carry it in your purse. Put your duppatta around and observe as in above while leaving the area. Match your rearview mirror. You may be followed to be intercepted quickly hand-over your purse, which would contain empty jewelry boxes. Use especial purse to visit lockers.

(e) Banks and Moneychangers are always hot targets of criminals. They may be even observing you when standing beside you when drawing cash. Be extremely cautious and alert when returning as warned above.


3.7 Share a family code for identifying genuine telephone messages sent through strangers/ acquaintances for its genuineness and safety.

3.8 Do not leave old people on their own at the mercy of servants.

3.9 Obnoxious/ Annoying Telephone Calls.

(a) Always install a digital telephone line with Caller ID.


• Caller-ID is a great way to screen your phone calls.
• Instruct children to check the Caller-ID before answering the phone and only answer the phone calls from recognized numbers.
• If Caller-ID is not available, arrange a "ring code" like one ring, hang up, count to three and call again.
• An answering machine is another safe way to screen your incoming phone calls for you and your children.
• If you receive "obscene" phone calls from strangers who ask questions regarding private matters, HANG UP!!! Be sure to keep a log of the dates and times of these phone calls.
• Chronic harassing phone calls should be reported to the Police or CPLC.


(b) Blackmailing, call CPLC / Police


(i) “Phone calls from friendship magazine” are for blackmailing
(ii) Take care when photographed at parties, they can be misused
(iii) Never get blackmailed. Face it the very first time, have them apprehended


(c) Do not make friends through phone

(d) Do not encourage chatting with strangers on Internet or lead to personal relationship

(e) Extortion/Threats, call CPLC / Police

(f) Never give your name, number or secret code of mobile/ land line telephone. Ask which number have they dialed and for whom?

(g) Never give out any personal information, financial information or a credit card number during an unsolicited phone survey or sales promotion.

(h) Do not fall prey to the claim that "You've Won a Prize!" and all the caller needs is your credit card number. Tell the caller to notify you by mail. If he has your telephone number he should have your address also, don’t provide anything on your own.
4. HOW TO HANDLE KIDNAPPING FOR RANSOM
4.1 Give the kidnapper your pre-determined digital residence telephone number (essentially with caller ID) and name to contact. (negotiator)

4.2 Be calm, family must inform Police on Emergency No. ‘15’ or CPLC on (021) 111-222-345 or 35683333 immediately, for assistance and training on how to deal with the situation


4.3 Decide negotiator within family


4.4 Father and son should preferably not travel to work together. Also do not carry a cheque-book, if necessary write fake / coded balance on counterfoil, to avoid disclosing actual financial status.


4.5 Discuss within the family how to respond when confronted with such a situation by any member.


• Salary
• Home Ownership
• Vehicles: Self / Company / Leased
• Bank Balance / Jewelry
• Mobile Phone Auto-lock
• Family details / status
• How not be get intimidated


4.6 When Women / Girls are Kidnapped while in car how to Escape?

(a) If he has taken you hostage by sitting in the back seat of the car with a gun, be calm.

(b) If he tells you to quietly move to the next seat, just get down from the car and refuse to accompany him.

(c) If you have your child tell him/her to get down softly, but firmly.

(d) Tell him to take your purse, car and whatever is inside quietly, you assure him you will not report this for an hour, but refuse to accompany him. Just walk off. Report it to the Police immediately.

(e) If he tells you to drive off while he is sitting in the back, go ahead and drive. View the road and keep your car amongst other cars. Try to come to a red light at the signal and bang the car in the front. This will create a commotion. The criminal will quietly get down and escape at the first opportunity.

(f) You can now run and shout for help. Afterwards give your explanations. Call CPLC if you need any further assistance.
5. SECURE PROPERTY
5.1 Property listed and Coded as per attached performa.


5.2 Cash, Household articles etc. should be preferably insured.


5.3 Please keep valuables in bank lockers. Jewelry photographed.


5.4 Give special instructions to bank that if signature is deliberately being extended on a cheque, take the person in custody and call police. The gang can be apprehended and it may also result in saving your life.


5.5 When having a new cheque book issues, please count its leaves in serial order and its exact.
6. WAYS TO HELP PREVENT A CHILD ABDUCTION / MOLESTATION
6.1 Teach your child his full name, your full name, address, and telephone number. Make sure you teach him how to make local and long distance phone calls. Even a small child can be taught to dial “15” for help, or, ‘3566-2222/3568-2222’ CPLC operator. Find out if “15” or CPLC is servicing your local area.


6.2 Take head-to-shoulder photos every six months for children aged six and younger, annually for older children.


6.3 Listen attentively when your child talks about “a man or woman” he or she met in your absence. Create an environment in which the child feels free to talk to you, let him/her know that you are interested and sensitive to their fears.


6.4 Teach your child not to wander off, to keep you in sight at all times, and to avoid lonely places.


6.5 Keep your child in sight at all times; when your child is away from you, know whom he or she is with and where.


6.6 Teach your child never to go anywhere with anyone who doesn’t know a family “code” word.


6.7 Don’t let your child accept rides from anyone with whom you haven’t made previous arrangements-even if they are known or a friend of the family.


6.8 Children should immediately tell you if someone has asked them to keep a secret from you.


6.9 Never leave your child alone in a public place, stroller or car, not even for a minute.


6.10 Tell your child about the abduction problem in a calm and simple way as if you were teaching any other important coping skill.


6.11 Teach your child that it’s OK to run away or to scream if someone is making him or her do something he or she should not do.


6.12 Children should scream and scatter books and belongings, if they are forced towards a building or a car.


6.13 Children should not take candy or other gifts from strangers or anyone else without asking a parent first.


6.14 Children should know that no one, even their teacher, does not have the right to touch any part of their bodies that a bathing suit would cover.


6.15 Accompany your child on the day of issuance of Report Card to school.
7. VALUE OF LIFE …. Your life is Priceless. Value it !
7.1 Do not frequently visit Video Shops, avoid public Billiard Places.

7.2 Never ever become friendly with strangers.

7.3 Always keep someone informed or note your fears.

7.4 Identify friends you can be proud of.


7.5 Never get involved with Teachers especially at Tuition Centres, it is merely infatuation. It is also a breach of trust bestowed by your parents. Report all such advances / intentions of your teacher to your parents / friends / school principal.


7.6 Say No to Drugs !
8. HOW YOU CAN HELP ?
8.1 Educate others what you have learnt regarding personal safety.


8.2 See or Hear anything suspicious/criminal ,call CPLC 3566-2222 / 3568-2222’


8.3 Offer moral and financial support to CPLC and its campaigns.


8.4 Sponsor Neighbourhod Care (CPLC-NC)


(i) Keep your area lighted
(ii) Organize Police Patrolling
(iii) Arrange awareness talks / programs
HOW TO CONTACT THE POLICE?
REMEMBER

When you phone, state your name and address and telephone number


• Stay where you are
• Remain calm
• Do NOT approach suspicious people
• Continue to watch


If you need any advice or help when it is not an emergency, such as security advice for your home or a confidential personal matter etc.


Contact your CPLC OFFICE
• # 021 - 35683333
WHAT THE POLICE NEED TO KNOW?
If you see or hear anything suspicious or think a crime is being committed this is the kind of information which will be useful to the police.
If it is an emergency

DIAL
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Otherwise phone your local Police Station
MARK YOUR POSSESSIONS WITH YOUR POSTCODE
followed by your house/flat number (or first two letters of house/ flat ‘name’), and record the details on this card.

Complete the details for all of your possessions. If they are stolen or lost, it will help the police identify and recover them.
Local Police Tel.