UNIT 8 PATROL 8-6 AUTO THEFT & VIN RECONSTRUCTION

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UNIT 8 PATROL 8-6 AUTO THEFT & VIN RECONSTRUCTION
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UNIT 8 PATROL 8-6 AUTO THEFT & VIN RECONSTRUCTION
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  1. FOUR BASIC REASONS VEHICLES ARE STOLEN
    • 1. Joy riders
    • 2. Transportation
    • 3. To commit other crimes
    • 4. “commercial” theft - for profit
  2. THE FASTEST GROWING TYPE AUTO THEFT
    COMMERCIAL THEFT
  3. THREE CLUES WHICH MAY
    INDICATE A VEHICLE IS STOLEN
    • 1.Watch for abnormal driver behavior
    • 2. Look for license plates which are damaged or improperly attached
    • 3. Pay attention to the condition of the vehicle
  4. SIX INDICATORS BY WHICH AN OFFICER MAY DEVELOP PROBABLE CAUSE TO STOP A VEHICLE BY USE OF THE LICENSE PLATE:
    • 1. Look for one plate when two are required
    • 2. Look for loose or bent plates
    • 3. Check for one plate attached over the top of another
    • 4. Determine if plates were previously on another vehicle - paint scratched off on bolt holes
    • 5. Determine if plates are clean and attached to a dirty car, or vice versa
    • 6. Determine if front and rear plates match
  5. FIVE METHODS OF ESTABLISHING THE IDENTITY OF A VEHICLE:
    • 1. Public vin
    • 2. Federal certification label
    • 3. Engine or transmission numbers
    • 4. Packing slips
    • 5. Line numbers
  6. INDICATORS ON THE VIN PLATE WHICH INDICATE CEHICLE MAY BE STOLEN
    • Characters which are not clean and crisp.
    • Scratches or plain on the plate.
    • A ring around the outside of rosette style rivets.
    • Scratches, smeared glue or adhesive on the area around the plate.
    • Evidence that the windshield has been removed.
  7. THREE COMMON WAYS OF DEFEATING THE FEDERAL CERTIFICATION LABEL ON VEHICLE
    • 1. Removal and reapplication of a different label from a donor car.
    • 2. Alteration of the existing label.
    • 3. Replacement with a counterfeit label.

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