Keep a Record of My Valuables

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GPD encourages you to use a free online system to help keep track of valuable --- and invaluable --- personal property. Called ReportIt, the system is a free, secure online service that allows you to record an unlimited number of serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures and receipts for valuables.

Begin building your personal property inventory list by registering at on the ReportIt website. 

Should those items ever be stolen, you can access your accounts and give the information to police. The description of stolen property helps police track and recover stolen property. Photos of jewelry are especially helpful.

The ReportIt record may also come in handy when filing claims with insurance providers in the event of loss.

ReportIt is a secure website. The information is password protected and is accessed via a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) network connection. This is the same type of connection used when you access your bank account online. The information you enter is also protected by the same high-level security measures that are used by financial institutions and government agencies. 

If you prefer to record your valuables on paper, consider using this Home Contents Inventory Sheet.
The ReportIt service is a part of LeadsOnline. LeadsOnline is the nation’s largest online investigative system used by more than 4,000 law enforcement agencies nationwide. In addition to sharing information about stolen property, LeadsOnline shares information about items sold to pawn and secondhand shops. The system allows detectives to search for items using a variety of parameters, including item descriptions and serial numbers.

The police department has used LeadsOnline since 2013 to help track and recover stolen property, everything from jewelry to sporting equipment to electronics, computers, cameras, and other items such as designer clothing, collectibles, and other items with invaluable personal worth.

LeadsOnline has helped GPD solve hundreds of burglary cases. More importantly, it has helped police return stolen property to their rightful owners.