More and more people are depending on their bicycles for transportation, exercise, sports and fun, which makes bike theft more and more profitable.
Registering your bike with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office allows deputies to easily trace a stolen bicycle to its rightful owner.
The registration process was designed to aid in the recovery of lost or stolen bicycles by providing unique identifying information that can help the Sheriff's office idenity and return found bikes.
The bicycle registration program is completely voluntary and is FREE to join. Click here to register your bicycle today.
Helpful tips to prevent bike theft:
- Never leave your bicycle unattended.
- Lock it! – Always lock the bicycle when unattended, and only leave it in well-lit areas where there is frequent pedestrian traffic. Always lock your bicycle to a bicycle rack. Never lock just the front wheel; be sure include the rear wheel and frame. Use a recommended, high-security bicycle lock.
Report suspicious activities – Report all bike thefts and suspicious activities near bicycle parking areas.