Cycle security marking

Cycle security marking

Hampshire Constabulary, working with Student Watch volunteers and marking kits supplied by Portsmouth City Council are popping up once again at lunchtime today to offer free cycle marking pop-ups around campus.  Bring your bike to the Library between 1.30-3.30 pm on Thursday (24 November 2022) and get it security marked and registered on the national property database.

The Library cycle racks sadly experience one of the highest rates of cycle theft around campus, simply because there are more bicycles parked here than anywhere else and bicycles that are inadequately secured make for a very tempting target.  Happily, security marking your bike makes it much more likely the police will be able positively to identify it as yours and return it to you when it is recovered.

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