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Safeguarding Britain’s bikes

Bikes have been the subject of crime for longer than living memory. Owners are forced to endure a relentless battle against theft, be it individual parts or entire rides. Forever a target, bikes need more than a simple lock to keep them with their rightful owners. Launched in the late …

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Cycle crime – more than just the theft of pedal cycles

The fourth annual Cycle Crime Conference, hosted by BikeRegister, the national cycle database, in association with British Transport Police (BTP), took place in Birmingham recently. Following on from last year’s event, officers from 37 police forces registered for this one-day cycle crime conference, along with key partners from the cycling, …

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Nominations open for the Cycle Crime Awards 2018

For the third year running, BikeRegister’s Cycle Crime Awards are set to take place at the company’s annual cycle crime conference in late June. The awards will “celebrate and recognise the outstanding achievements of those out in the field tackling cycle crime.” BikeRegister currently works with police forces, local authorities, …

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Bikeregister hits 750,000 registrations

UK cycle database BikeRegister has just reached the milestone of more than 750,000 bikes registered to its website. BikeRegister is London’s ‘official cycle database’, used by Transport for London, City of London Police, British Transport Police and the Metropolitan Police; it’s supported by industry partners including British Cycling and Cyclescheme, …

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