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Serial numbers are a set of characters that uniquely identify an object and can be used for traceability and warranty purposes. Serial numbers, however, are especially important when reporting stolen items, such as bicycles. A serial number is a method to enter the bicycle in our state and nationwide computerized record system as lost or stolen. Input of your missing bicycle into these databases increases your chances of having your bicycle returned, and makes it possible to file charges against the person in possession of the bike.
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Report the stolen bicycle to the Napa Police Department immediately by calling 707 257-9223 or use our online reporting system. Any Officer taking the report will be able to access the registration database and locate your bicycle’s information by the name of the person who registered it. It’s that simple.
Register your bicycle with the Napa Police Department. Your registration provides us with the necessary information so that if your bike is ever stolen, we would have a record of the serial number when you make your report. It will enable us to then submit the information about your stolen bicycle into the law enforcement databases in a quick easy step. Also if you provide a photograph, Officer’s will have that information to search for your bike!
Simply complete a bicycle registration form and submit it to the Napa Police Department, or fill out the online Napa Police Department Bicycle Registration Form. The registration forms can also be dropped off in the front lobby of the Police Department at:
1539 First StreetNapa, CA 94559Email Bicycle Registration Program
If you would like to provide the Napa Police Department a photograph of your bicycle, this is extremely helpful in identifying your property. Often bicycles are recovered and booked into our facility, because the serial numbers have been scratched off or tampered with. An updated photograph of your bicycle will help us return it back to you. The photograph can be sent directly by Emailing the Bicycle Registration Program or uploaded with the online registration form.