Students urged to protect their laptops from thieves
Bristol students are being encouraged to protect their laptops, mobile phones and other valuables as part of a scheme run by Safer Bristol and the police.
A series of special events are being organised throughout March where students can have their valuables registered for free on the police’s “immobilise” website, so if belongings are found the police can trace them back to you.
Free tracking software can also be installed on phones and laptops that helps you find, lock and recover your device when stolen or missing.
Students should come to one of the stands at Bristol University’s refectory, Source Cafe and Arts & Sciences Library on March 7, 14 or 28, 10am to 12noon and 2pm to 4pm.
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“For students with new laptops, mobile phones and other expensive things this is their chance to get that extra protection,” said Emma Martinez, community safety officer for Safer Bristol, who is co-ordinating the campaign.