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    Is an excellent move.
    Didn't know there are services like this.
    Help other's just like helping yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark C. View Post
    Is an excellent move.
    Didn't know there are services like this.
    Help other's just like helping yourself.
    Why you worry so much, no sane person is gonna aim at your bike.

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    erm actually how to use this service? see a crime then sms to police? how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newcomer View Post
    erm actually how to use this service? see a crime then sms to police? how?
    This service is provided by the respective telco to inform subscriber(s) on crime alert. Meaning u subscribe, you'll get smses whenever there is an alert provided to the telco.

    For reporting a crime, look at para 5.

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    How to subscribe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by racingter View Post
    How to subscribe?
    Follow the step in "para 3" according to your mobile telecommunications service provider.

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    Noted.thanks...

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    i just registered !
    Pimp my bike and I'll pimp your ride 😜

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    nice too informative... now i got an idea

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    This service is provided by the respective telco to inform subscriber(s) on crime alert. Meaning u subscribe, you'll get smses whenever there is an alert provided to the telco.

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    is e service free? i just registered..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYANS View Post
    is e service free? i just registered..
    your bike u park inside ur hse u scare wat !
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    Kinda quiet in this crime prevention forum.. Is this SMS alert still available? Still free?
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    Quote Originally Posted by n4smw26 View Post
    Kinda quiet in this crime prevention forum.. Is this SMS alert still available? Still free?
    I just check it out, this service is still Free for Singtel user. Im not sure about other service provider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjaminloo View Post
    I just check it out, this service is still Free for Singtel user. Im not sure about other service provider.
    Lucky for us than lol

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    Saw this from Choa Chu Kang NPC:


    Ref no: J/CK/CAS1108/2011



    21 November 2011
    Choa Chu Kang Neighbourhood Police Centre
    No 20 Choa Chu Kang St 52 #01-02
    Singapore 689286
    Tel: 1800-7659999
    Fax: 67644104


    Dear Vehicle Owners,

    CRIME PREVENTION ADVISORY: THEFT OF DIESEL FROM HEAVY VEHICLES

    Lately, there have been several reported cases of diesel stolen from lorries and prime-movers parked at heavy vehicles car-parks. The culprit(s) would siphon the diesel by removing the fuel tank cap and then use a manual/electrical pump to extract the diesel into containers such as jerry cans. These thefts usually occur during the night when human traffic is low.

    2 Enclosed is a pictorial presentation depicting how diesel may be stolen from heavy vehicles.

    Illustration of how fuel is siphoned from heavy vehicles:



    3. We strongly advise owners of heavy vehicles to adopt the following crime prevention measures to avoid being the next victim:

    a) Park your vehicle in a well-lit area;
    b) Lock all the doors and wind up all the windows fully even if you leave your vehicle unattended for a short period;
    c) Do not leave valuables such as your handphone in your vehicle; and
    d) Secure your fuel tank cap with an anti-theft device if possible. These devices are available at motor workshops.



    4. If you have any information pertaining to the above cases, or wish to report any suspicious persons loitering around heavy vehicle parks, please do not hesitate to call the Police at “999” or CHOA CHU KANG NPC at 1800-7659999.


    Yours sincerely,




    DSP JULIUS LIM
    COMMANDING OFFICER
    CHOA CHU KANG NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE CENTRE
    JURONG POLICE DIVISION

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    Another one from Bukit Panjang:

    Ref no: J/BP/NOV/05/2011


    22 November 2011

    Bukit Panjang NPC
    No 1 Segar Road #01-05
    Singapore 677738
    Tel: 1800-8929999
    Fax: 67643269




    Dear Residents/ Vehicle Owners,

    CRIME PREVENTION ADVISORY – THEFT OF GPS DEVICES FROM VEHICLES

    Recently, cases of theft of Global Positioning System (GPS) devices from vehicles were reported at several public car parks.

    2 The Police have since stepped up patrols. It is important to note that such thefts can be prevented and you can play an important role by adopting the following crime preventive measures:

    i Always lock your vehicle;

    ii Do not leave valuables in your vehicle, including removing the GPS out of sight of public view;

    iii Install an anti-theft alarm that is regularly checked/serviced to ensure its effectiveness;

    iv Be wary of person(s) loitering suspiciously around the estate and alert the Police when you spot such person(s);

    v Install a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system in your vehicle and strategically locate it to cover certain areas to deter and detect culprit(s).

    3 To help safeguard your estate, you can participate in the Citizens-On-Patrol (COP) or the Neighbourhood Watch Group (NWG) initiative. For more info, please contact Bukit Panjang Neighbourhood Police Centre at 1800 – 8929999. If you spot any suspicious person(s) loitering around your neighbourhood, do not hesitate to dial 999 for urgent Police assistance.

    4 If you find this advisory useful and would like to subscribe to regular Crime updates, please send an email to SPF_J_Div_Bukit_Panjang_NPC@spf.gov.sg with your name, address, handphone number and e-mail address at which you would like to receive the alerts.


    Yours Faithfully,




    DSP KOK MUN LOONG
    COMMANDING OFFICER
    BUKIT PANJANG NPC
    JURONG POLICE DIVISION

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    This is more relevant to bikers:

    CRIME PREVENTION ADVISORY- THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE COMPONENT PARTS

    There have been a few cases of Theft of Component Parts from motorcycles reported in your neighbourhood recently. Most of these thefts had occurred at night when human traffic was low.


    2 Police would like to remind the public to remain vigilant and alert at all times. While Police and the Citizens-on-Patrol (COP) will be stepping up patrol during this period, please adopt the following crime prevention measures to avoid becoming a victim of crime:

    a) Park your motorcycle at well-lit places;

    b) Remove the ignition key and lock the motorcycle whenever it is left unattended;

    c) Use a motorcycle canvas to cover the motorcycle and properly secure both ends;

    d) Install additional protection measures such as the suspension bracket (as shown in the picture below) available at most motorcycle workshops;




    e) Use additional locking devices such as front wheel safety lock, cable lock or disc brake lock to secure your vehicle;

    f) Install an anti-theft alarm and ensure it is always in good working order; and

    g) Ensure that your motorcycle has been secured properly and look around the vicinity for suspicious characters before leaving.


    All such Crime Prevention alerts can be found at--> http://www.spf.gov.sg/crimeprevention/posters_index.htm

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    Also found out in Jurong Police, we can subscribe to Community Alert Service at any of their 6 NPCs: Bt Batok, Bt Panjang, Choa Chu Kang, Jurong West, Nanyang and Woodlands NPCs.

    What is CAS (Community Alert Service)?
    CAS is a free alert service to our residents and community partners under the jurisdiction of Jurong Police Division Hq. The following information, where applicable, will be provided to the subscriber:
    - Nature of the crime;
    - Prone timings;
    - Location of offence;
    - Harm caused and/or property stolen;
    - Description and picture of suspect (if any);
    - Modus operandi employed by the culprit(s);
    - Mode of escape;
    - Crime prevention measures; and
    - How to contact the Police.

    The frequency of the alerts is dependent on the crime cases within the jurisdiction of the NPC that the subscriber had subscribed to. On an average, about 5 email alerts and 2 SMS alerts are sent out per month.


    Objectives of CAS

    - To inform the subscribers that a crime of concern has been committed;
    - Educate the subscribers on preventive measures to safeguard their lives and properties against crimes of concern; and/or
    - Appeal to subscribers for information leading to the apprehension of the criminals.
    So what are the differences between email and SMS alert?
    For email alerts, subscribers can expect a more detailed advisory sent to their email accounts in a PDF file. As for SMS alert, due to the restriction in characters, the message delivered will be more concise. We may also choose to send out SMS alerts for cases that require immediate attention. Thus, the frequency of receiving SMS alerts may be lower compared to email alerts as we are more selective for SMS alerts.

    Benefits:

    You can choose to receive latest crime trend in your neighbourhood through alerts via SMS, email or both.

    Crime preventive measures will be provided.

    Armed with the preventive measures, you can minimise the chances of falling into victims of crimes, thus protecting yourself and your loved ones.


    How to sign up:

    Just pick up a CAS (Community Alert Service) form from any NPC or NPP under the jurisdiction of Jurong Police Division.

    Fill up the necessary fields and submit to the officer on duty.

    You are ready to receive the alerts within the next 5 working days!

     

     
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    Just saw one on Crime Prevention again. Alamak, got people going around stealing petrol from motorcycles!!! Please take note and "jagaur" your bikes and petrol. For sharing:



    29 November 2011
    Community Involvement Division
    Operations Department
    Police Headquarters
    New Phoenix Park
    28, Irrawaddy Road
    Singapore 329560
    Tel: 6478 4122
    Fax: 62560726

    Dear Sir/Madam
    CRIME ALERT: THEFT OF PETROL FROM MOTORCYCLES
    Police have received several reports of Theft of Petrol from motorcycles at multistorey
    carparks and open carparks. The culprit would commit the theft by disconnecting
    the tube connecting the fuel tank to the carburetor.

    2 We would like to take this opportunity to urge motorcycle owners to be extra vigilant
    and adopt the following measures:
    a) Park in well-lit areas; and
    b) Install an anti-theft system.

    3 If you notice any suspicious character loitering around the carparks, especially if
    the person is carrying several plastic bottles or jerry cans, inform the Police immediately.
    To furnish any information relating to these cases, please call the Police hotline at 1800-
    255 0000 or dial ‘999’ for urgent Police assistance.

    4 The Citizens-On-Patrol (COP) is a joint collaboration between Singapore Police
    Force and the residents. COP involves the residents in helping to detect and deter crime
    within your neighbourhood. You can play a part in making your estate a safer place to live.
    Please contact your Neighbourhood Police Centre to understand how you can be part of
    the COP.


    Yours faithfully,
    SUPT RAYMOND CHONG
    ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
    COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT DIVISION
    OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
    SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE

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    Hi everyone

    Will like to seek your kind cooperation and assistance on a lost bike. Bike was last seen on 15 Feb 2011 at Geylang area. Police report has been lodged and it is now under search. Hence we will like to seek public's cooperation to keep us alerted if happens to see the bike around. Below is description of the bike:

    FBA8856R
    Spark 135 (green in color)

    Please keep me alerted at nurdiana_omar@hotmail.com or reply to this forum asap if spotted. Your kind assistance & cooperation is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Bike finally located.
    Thanks for the great efforts & assistance rendered, Singapore Police Force.
    Kudos! Great service!

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    Bike finally located.
    Thanks for the great efforts & assistance rendered, Singapore Police Force.
    Kudos! Great service!

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    Heard from my police friend that there are many motorcycle parts being stolen in Bukit Panjang and Woodlands area. Please take note! One of the advisory received from Bukit Panjang NPC (last para states got free locks!):

    CRIME PREVENTION MEASURES AGAINST THEFT OF MOTORCYCLE

    Several cases of motorcycle thefts were reported at your neighbourhood recently. Most of these thefts had occurred at night when human traffic was low.

    2. Police would like to remind the public to remain vigilant and alert at all times. While Police and the Citizens-on-Patrol (COP) will be stepping up patrol during this period, please adopt the following crime prevention measures to avoid becoming a victim of crime:

    a) Park your motorcycle at well-lit places;

    b) Remove the ignition key and lock the motorcycle whenever it is left unattended;

    c) Use a motorcycle canvas to cover the motorcycle and properly secure both ends;

    d) Install additional protection measures such as the suspension bracket which is available at most motorcycle workshops;

    e) Use additional locking devices such as front wheel safety lock, cable lock or disc brake lock to secure your vehicle;

    f) Install an anti-theft alarm and ensure it is always in good working order; and

    g) Ensure that your motorcycle has been secured properly and look around the vicinity for suspicious characters before leaving.

    3 To help safeguard your estate, you can participate in the Citizens-On-Patrol (COP) or the Neighbourhood Watch Group (NWG) initiative. For more info, please contact Bukit Panjang Neighbourhood Police Centre at 1800 – 8929999. If you have any information relating to a crime or notice any suspicious characters loitering in the vicinity or meddling with a motorcycle, please call the Police hotline at 1800 – 255 0000 or ‘999’ if urgent Police assistance is required.

    4 If you find this advisory useful and would like to subscribe to regular crime updates, please send an email to SPF_J_Div_Bukit_Panjang_NPC@spf.gov.sg with your name, address, mobile number and e-mail address at which you would like to receive the alerts.

    5 As a goodwill gesture, Police have some sample disc brake locks to be distributed to selected motorcycle owners. If you wish to receive a free sample of the disc brake lock, you may proceed to Bukit Panjang Neighbourhood Police Centre located at No 1 Segar Road #01-05 Singapore 677738 with this notice to exchange for one. Please be informed that the availability of these locks is based on a first come first serve basis.

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    Theft of motorcycle parts have been on the rise. Probably from fellow orders who ride older bikes and don't want to pay full price for a broken/worn bike part.

    Keep a lookout.

    My neighbors old BMW F650's windshield kena curi not too long ago. Set him back $600+

    Last year, another neighbor saw his bike lying on the ground. When he picked it up the bike's 2 rear suspensions were gone. Set him back $2000+.

    Bloody dishonest fellow riders.

    Don't encourage dishonest activities during your kopi kaki sessions. Don't laugh and join in and enjoy the conversations. Stand up STRONG and SPEAK OUT that the person should undo and make things right.

    It might be your bike next, if someone else from another kaki session is encouraged to "save money". Let's build stronger bikers' communities.
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    Oh! One more thing:

    The Australian Insurance companies researched that bike covers improve theft prevention by 170%. That means opportune-thefts often target at quick-to-see opportunities. It's a psychology thing.

    Eg. cover your IU, they'll immediately go for the IU that is visible and the rider forgot his/her card.

    Cover your bike - especially at possibly higher risk areas and overnight, the likelihood of theft is much lowered. Good news for those who invested in a bike cover. It's not just for weather protection - theft too. Value for money!

    Keep safe!
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    ) Thank you for your updated information.

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    this is some good stuff! useful indeed!

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    okok bye bye

     

     
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    does anyone know if bukit batok central is a safe place for parking bikes? anyone know of any stolen bike/parts/vandalism history around the area?

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    Good initiative this is

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    I have made a police report for my stolen bike. KTM Duke.
    I park at duxton hill open carapark on the 08/08/2015.
    I lost my keys and left it there as my bike shop was close for long weekend. Today i ask them to tow my bike to their shop and they told me there is not bike. My plate number is FBH2725M KTM duke 200. Orange and black...

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