How to get on the “Most Viewed” list at Stolen 911

Have you noticed that some Stolen 911 posts are seen more than others? The posts that get seen the most are the posts that are shared on Social Media. Sharing your stolen item’s Digital Fingerprint is easy using the the provided social media share buttons. Facebook is the most successful when it comes to Stolen 911 users. Reddit users also have had success getting their stolen property story told. (more…)

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Making the Case for a Stolen Phone Database

Opportunity theft of mobile devices is a big problem in the United States, and it takes many forms. Some stolen cell phones are simply picked from people's pockets or otherwise grabbed when the opportunity presents itself. Sometimes crooked employees steal phones from stock, and sometimes people lease phones (so they don't have a legal title) and then sell them. (more…)

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Posting Stolen Property to Social Media

Once your post is up on Stolen 911, use the Facebook Comments at the bottom of your post to get the word out on Facebook. Be sure to check the "Also post on Facebook" box. The video below explains... (more…)

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Use Social Media to Find Your Stolen Property

Social Media has changed everything, including crime fighting.  If you are a victim of theft, sites like Facebook and Twitter can provide you with additional options besides just making a police report.  From finding a stolen bike to locating looted antiques, social media can help find stolen property by sharing the information with those who share an interest.  But how should you begin? (more…)

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