Today: Free Laptop and Property Engraving
Dear Public Safety Friends,
CU Public Safety will be engraving & registering laptops, MP3 Players, and other electronics at Lerner Hall (Ramp Area), Monday, December 6, 2010, between the hours of 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Property engraved will be registered with the NYPD & CU Public Safety from New York to California. Operation ID is FREE, EFFECTIVE, A GREAT LOST & FOUND TOOL, and makes it difficult for a thief to sell engraved/registered property.
In case you missed it, SIPA Student reunited with his laptop thanks to Operation ID: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/publicsafety/CPNewsCurrent.pdf
Also available will be:
- FREE NYPD "Blue Light" invisible ink, great for cell phones and other electronics.
- Discount Kensington Ultra Laptop locks $25
- Discount Kryptonite Bike Locks $10, $20, $45, $70
- Stop Theft Tags http://www.stoptheft.com/ $13
If you have not down loaded the FREE PC & laptop recovery program, PC Phone Home or Mac Phone Home from the CUIT Web site, please go to: www.columbia.edu/acis/software/pcphonehome follow the instructions on this link for PC or Mac Phone Home.
This program is FREE for Students, Faculty, Staff only and will assist the Police & Public Safety locate your laptop or PC anywhere in the world. Not needed for download, record your computer's serial number / Mac Address & keep it in a safe location, Public Safety will need this information in the event of theft.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call CU Crime Prevention at 212-854-8513.
Hope to see you there.
Manager Crime Prevention Programs
Columbia University Public Safety