The security centre is manned 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Incidents should be reported to the security centre either in person or by calling 4444 (internal line) or 01904 32 4444.
For housekeeping issues please contact your porter or if the lodge is closed contact the security centre by means of the red phone adjacent to the lodge, or by ringing the above numbers.
The Immobilise National Property Registration and Recovery service. This is the largest service of its type in the world, with over 18 million UK subscribers.
What are the benefits of Immobilise?
- Immobilise is linked directly to the UK Police Stolen Property Database, enabling them to contact you if any of your recorded property is recovered after loss or theft.
- It is also connected to the National Second Hand Trade Stolen Property Register so if your stolen property is offered for sale the Police can be alerted.
- You can report stolen or lost property directly from your Immobilise account and all the details you provide show up on any Police search of the item's ! serial or other identifiable number.
- You can create certificat es of keepership from your Immobilise account to provide to the Police and insurers to assist in making an accurate crime report and speeding up insurance claims.
- You can add other property to your Immobilise registration by make, model and photos, including laptops, iPods, Sat Nav systems, bikes etc.
Check out Immobilise
Immobilise has been supported since its launch several years ago by many organisations, we encourage you to visit the following well known sites to learn more about Immobilise.
- Home Office
As part of Government's initiatives to reduce crime throughout the country, they recommend registering your phone on Immobilise. Please visit homeoffice.gov.uk and search for "Immobilise".
- Metropolitan Police
The UK's largest police force heads up the "National Mobile Phone Crime Unit". Visit their site to learn what they do to tackle phone crime and how you can help:
Shortcut: Metropolitan Police - NMPCU
- BBC News
Immobilise receives regular news coverage on both national and regional levels. This BBC news story shows how the system actively helps solve crimes:
Shortcut: BBC News
- Google Search
See for yourself the extent of support for Immobilise by searching Google for "Immobilise property register" and read the many news articles from all over the UK.
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