Broken Arrow, OK, December 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The site's target is a collaboration of law enforcement agencies, specialty stores like pawn shops, second hand stores, etc, and citizens that would like a safe way to protect their valuables.
Citizens that go to the website and sign up have many options in keeping inventory safe. They start by inputting the serial, make, and model numbers of their belongings into their system. That information is stored safely within a database and from that point on stores and law enforcement agencies are able to search for those items. If an item does not have a serial number, the system creates a unique tag number citizens can put on that item so it can be searched for in the database.
Having items inventoried this way allows users to flag their items stolen or lost. If an item a user owns becomes stolen or damaged, he or she may create a police report or an insurance claim report directly from the site. If a criminal tries to sell or pawn an item flagged as stolen to a store using the system, the store will immediately see the status of the item is stolen. The store can then contact the authorities instead of paying money for the item that was stolen.
The site has many other features such as secure document storage and web tools that allow auction sites to display a “protected by” logo so that potential buyers know it is a legitimate item. For a full list of features and to read more about it visit www.redlightdepositbox.com.