Government and State Resources University of Oregon Bicycle Theft Program Tips on locking your bike, parking, and bike thefts can be found on this page. The University of Oregon has selected Project 529 of Portland as its partner for high-tech bike registration: the 529 Garage, the industry’s first mobile-based bicycle registration system designed for college […]Read More
There are several ways to register your bike. Choose one or all of the following: Self-register your bike Take a good picture of your bike. On the back, put your bike’s make, model and license or registration, serial number and any distinguishing features. Store in a safe place at home – not on your bike! […]Read More
WHN TIP – Advice from Experts: Listen to this podcast for tips on how to describe a suspect. What To Do Immediately Be safe, be smart Get to a safe place. Call the police. They will ask you for several things about your bike, including: The registration number The year The make The model The […]Read More
Knowing these terms helps to understand the process insurance agencies and relief organizations use to determine the value of your loss. Your tax accountant can also help you when claiming your losses. Valuation of Goods It is very difficult to measure your personal loss of goods. This is because many items have a sentimental value to […]Read More
Theft is a crime of opportunity. leaving your dorm room doors and windows unlocked gives a thief the chance to steal anything! WHN TIP – Top Stolen Items: The most popular items to be stolen on campus include small and portable electronics – cameras, cell phones, laptop computers, PDAs, MP3s. Know What You Have Write […]Read More
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