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  • A better way to track Pawn and Precious Metal Shops Sales for Stolen Items.

    I am a fellow LEO with an invite to login for free to Pawnsafebox.com (ARMD Basic) and search for sold, possible stolen items and persons of interest within our database. Pawnsafebox is a law enforcement only database with local, state and federal agencies on board. Any assistance passing the word on my company is greatly appreciated and please join in for free, the more eyes the better. Yours in LE, be safe, Sgt. Darren Vuzzo, Marlboro PD. NJ.

    About us:
    The Automated Regulatory Metals Database (ARMDTM), provided by PawnSafeBox, is a secure and encrypted cloud-based hosted software-database solution that records, captures, searches, and locates pawn shop/precious metal/secondhand jewelry transactions and non-jewelry transactions (i.e. electronics, tools, televisions, any item) in near real-time for Law Enforcement searches. We are an SaaS (Software as a Service) company so support and updates are always included for our customers.

    Our latest press release by Freehold Boro in NJ.
    http://nt.gmnews.com/news/2014-08-14...urglaries.html


    Database may help police crack unsolved burglaries

    By CLARE MARIE CELANO

    Staff Writer

    FREEHOLD — The Freehold Borough Police Department will have another tool to fight crime and help solve burglaries if the Borough Council adopts an ordinance that was introduced July 21.

    Council members introduced an ordinance amending the Jewelry and Precious Metal ordinance that would provide for the use of the Pro-Plus Pawn Safe Box program, allowing for all items that are sold or pawned in town to be registered in an online law enforcement database.

    The ordinance was expected to have a public hearing on Aug. 4, at which time the council could have voted to adopt the measure.

    The ordinance states that the police chief “has recommended to the Public Safety Committee the development of an ordinance requiring jewelry, precious metal and secondhand dealers to participate in an online database that tracks the sale of property to and from businesses that engage in the business of purchasing and/or selling used goods such as precious and semi-precious stones, jewelry, gold and other tangible goods.”

    Councilman Kevin Kane, who serves on the Public Safety Committee, said the idea was brought to the committee by Police Chief Glenn Roberts, and the committee members thought it was a great program.

    “We then brought it to the mayor and council,” he said. “We have seen a lot of towns already on board with this program. The program has a really good tracking system and has already shown merit in other towns using it. The police department is happy about this and we want to get our police department on board with it.”

    Police Lt. Michael Sweetman said the database registers and records all pawned items.

    “All items pawned in the borough are identified and registered, and we will have access to all information on the database from any law enforcement agencies that are participating in this program,” Sweetman said. “This program will assist our department in solving burglaries and returning stolen property to its rightful owner.”

    He said it is hard to track stolen items without this tool.

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