Operation Identification - Palm Beach County Sheriff`s Office

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Operation Identification - Palm Beach County Sheriff`s Office
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Manufacturer’s Name/Serial #
Where Item is Marked
Crime Prevention Tips from
THE PALM BEACH COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
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COMMUNITY SERVICES
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
(561) 688-3805
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DISTRICT 9
11498 Okeechobee Blvd.
Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
(561) 790-5180
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DISTRICT 1
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
(561) 688-3600
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DISTRICT 10
700 - 6th Street
Lake Park, FL 33403
(561) 881-3326
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DISTRICT 2
1755 East Tiffany Drive
Mangonia Park, FL 33407
(561) 848-2513
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DISTRICT 11
335 S.W. 2nd Avenue
South Bay, FL 33493
(561) 996-6511
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DISTRICT 3
8130 Jog Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33412
(561) 776-2000
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DISTRICT 12
115 East Main Street
Pahokee, FL 33476
(561) 924-3565
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DISTRICT 4
345 S. Congress Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33445
(561) 274-1075
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DISTRICT 13
1224 S.W. Avenue E Place
Belle Glade, FL 33430
(561) 996-7270
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DISTRICT 5
38840 State Road 80
Belle Glade, FL 33430
(561) 996-1670
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DISTRICT 14
120 North G Street
Lake Worth, FL 33460
(561) 586-1611
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DISTRICT 6
7894 S. Jog Road
Lake Worth, FL 33467
(561) 357-7000
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PARKS ENFORCEMENT
2700 - 6th Avenue S.
Lake Worth, FL 33461
(561) 493-2840
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DISTRICT 7
17901 US Highway 441
Boca Raton, FL 33498
(561) 558-2700
TRAFFIC DIVISION
3200 Belvedere Road
Building 1169
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
(561) 688-3700
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DISTRICT 8
12794 Forest Hill Blvd.
Suite 14A
Wellington, FL 33414
(561) 753-8547
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Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Ric L. Bradshaw, Sheriff
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What is
Operation Identification?
Operation Identification is a citizen’s burglary
prevention program for homes and businesses.
The Operation I.D. Program involves marking
property with an identifying number as a
means of discouraging burglary and theft.
In communities where it has been properly
implemented, Operation Identification has
shown dramatic results in the ability to reduce
burglaries.
The Operation I.D. program has 3 parts:
• Mark your valuables with your Florida
Driver License or Identification Number.
• Record the item, the serial #, and the
location where the number is engraved.
Prepare a list of all items and numbers. Keep
the numbers in a secure place, such as a
safety deposit box.
• Display the Operation I.D. sticker. This
indicates that your property has been
marked.
What Makes Operation I.D.
so Effective?
Engraved property is difficult for a burglar to
sell. If properly marked, it can be traced to
the rightful owner. If a person is caught with
marked property, it can be used as evidence of
the possession of stolen goods.
Suggested Items To Mark
The items listed below are stolen most
frequently from homes and businesses.
How To Participate?
Your Florida Driver License or Identification
Number should be used as your identifying
mark on the valuables that you engrave.
Never use your social security number as your
identifying mark.
A typical marking should look like the one below.
FL362-975-66-091
The Florida Driver License or Identification
number should be engraved on an area that
cannot be easily seen.
Possessions that are too small or too valuable to
engrave should be photographed or videotaped
next to a ruler to convey an accurate impression
of its size.
After marking, photographing, or videotaping
your property, make a list of your valuables. Keep
a copy of the list in a safe place. If you should
become a victim, you will be able to describe the
stolen property to the police from the list. This
information will help law enforcement recover the
stolen items.
Once you have marked your property and made
a list, display an Operation Identification sticker
on a door or window that will most likely be used
for entry.
Do not display an Operation I.D. sticker without
first engraving your property.
Burglary is one of the most frequently committed
crimes in the United States. By participating in
Operation I.D., you are taking one important step
toward protecting your possessions from theft.
• Television Sets
• Stereo Equipment
• Radios
• Tape Recorders
• Fishing Rods and Reels
• CD Players
• DVD Players
• Household Appliances
• Hub Caps and Mag Wheels
• Outboard Motors
• Hand Tools and Power Tools
• VCR Players and Recorders
• Typewriters and Business Machines
• Cellular Telephones
• Computers
• Guns
• Cameras
• CB Radios
• Golf Clubs
• Bicycles
• Binoculars
• Jewelry
• Copiers

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