- "Register your valuables and help prevent healing. This call does Minister Ard van der Steur (Security and Justice) Thursday. Registering valuables such as laptops, cell phones, bicycles, artwork and jewelry, helps prevent healing. It is thus clear easier for both individuals and the police to check whether they are stolen goods."
"On average each year 11 000 healing cases registered by the police. That is only a fraction of the more than half a million thefts every year. According Retail Netherlands, 80 percent of all thefts and burglaries place then sell the stolen goods. Cars, bicycles, consumer electronics, clothing, jewelry, stimulants and diet are the most popular goods sold, for example, over the internet or on the market."
"\"Who buys stolen goods, theft holding position\", says Van der Steur. Stop HelingB campaign is primarily intended to make people aware of the consequences of healing. On buying stolen goods are namely severe punishment, namely fines up to 78 000 and a maximum of six years in prison.\n \n \n \n \n 1:35\n \n 'Woman rightly dismissed'\n \n \n \n 1:20\n \n Taxi ride through Amsterdam: 485 euro\n \n \n \n 2:59\n \n Ron Boszhard gives farm road"
"Individuals can register their valuables on the website Stop Healing. en Stop HelingB app. This can be done by entering the serial number of a laptop, but also by uploading a description and photographs of jewelry."
"Police updates the database- which are stolen goods recorded since 2010- on a daily basis. In this way, individuals can check immediately whether eg a bicycle offered via the Internet has been stolen. And as for example, the police will find many goods in a raid can be viewed in the database or it is stolen."