Getting burgled can be an incredibly emotionally distressing experience, especially when valuable or sentimental belongings are lost. Immobilise is a free online service,fully supported by the police (via theSecured by Designinitiative),in association with the National Mobile Property Register (NMPR). Subscribers can register their valuables with the database and add photos, descriptions etc. so that in the case of their property being stolen and then found by Police, it can easily be returned to them. With almost 30,000,000 items registered it is the worlds largest free property register and is used by all 43 Police forces in the UK. It can also help greatly with insurance claims and crime reports as you have a way to show exactly what was taken and the preventative measures you had in place.
Keys & Locksmiths Nottingham
As a comprehensive locksmith Nottingham, we cover more than just your front and back door. These days homes have locks on their garages and post boxes which may require quick and efficient re-entry. Of course, it may be that your home requires security services which extend beyond a simple lock and key. We understand that a locksmith Nottingham is expected to be able to provide high-tech security installations when required. Therefore, whether it’s CCTV, alarm systems or digital locks, your locksmith Nottingham is always prepared to install the security you require.
I made an appt today at 11am, left work to get home on time to meet them, and NO-ONE. I called, and talked to Russ (i think) who said (at 11:20) "we're just finishing a job and we'll be out there in 20min or so." No call to me, no communication that they were running late. I complained that if I stood up my client or showed up late for work I would be fired. "things happen" When i got a little fiesty i was told "I don't work for you" (i agree, but i believe when I am paying for a service, there is a certain expectation of quality and good communcation). Russ told me "I'll not be admonished by anyone" When I said I'll find another locksmith he said "please do!"