www.immobilise.com is the home of the
UK National Property
Register and Recovery Service. It is trusted by
over 17 million UK
subscribers who have registered over 22 million items of property.
It is also endorsed by all 43 UK Police forces who search it via
NMPR and by the UK Second Hand Trade who search it via
checked over 500,000 times a month and identifies the
ownership of thousands of items of stolen and lost property
making it the system most likely to return your possessions.
In the event of loss or theft registration also assists in
providing the information to complete accurate crime and insurance
To register choose an item, complete the form and open an
account, you can then add additional items, photos and certificates
of keepership - all for FREE.
Registering your property on The Immobilise National
Property Register and Recovery Service gives you the ability
to access the information you may need in the future to complete
crime and insurance reports.This speeds up the insurance process
and hugely increases the chances of recovery of your property.
The system is checked over 500,000 times a month making it
the largest and most checked system of its type, which
greatly increases your chances of recovery. The Police check
Immobilise via their own internal integrated system called the
NMPR rather than via the Immobilise web site making
it quick and easy for them to access the information.
Uniqely members of Immobilise can place additional
information directly on the
NMPR from their account if they have an item stolen or
lost. This can include details of the loss or theft, additional
contact information and photos of the missing items.
They can also report theft to the UK National Second Hand Trade
Stolen Property Register called CheckMEND which is searched
over 20,000 times a day by the trade and the public.
Notification to this system makes it harder for a thief to
dispose of stolen goods and increases the chances of them
being identified. It also leads to a huge number of items
being identified as stolen and being returned to their owner.