1.What are the methods of theft in college theft cases?
(1) Handling the sheep--refers to the crimes that the master of the crimes is not prepared to put on the table, corridors, balconies, etc.
(2) Taking advantage of the imaginary--refers to the murder of the murderer who is not in the possession of the murderer and the door drawer is unlocked. This type of theft is more toxic than the "hands-on", and its appetite is greater than that of "hands-on", whether it is cash, passbooks, credit cards or valuables, as long as he is seen, it will be stolen.
(3) Fishing outside the window-- means that the perpetrator used a bamboo pole and other tools to hook the victim's clothes off the window. Some even broke the screen window and hooked the victim's clothes on the table and bed. Therefore, students who live on the first floor or other floors close to the corridor windows are vulnerable to lack of vigilance.
(4)Turning the window into the room--refers to the burglary of the window, the louver, and the like that the perpetrator has not crossed the defense. After stealing the required money, he often left the gate from the door, so thieves are sometimes difficult to find.
(5) Twisted locks - refers to the use of various tools to open the door lock and burglary.
(6) Use A's key to open A's lock--refers to the key that the activist used to randomly throw A. When A is not in the dormitory, open A's lock, including the door lock, the drawer lock, the lock on the box, and steal it. Cash and valuables, etc. Most of these perpetrators are familiar with A.
2. What are the basic methods for housing security?
The basic methods of anti-theft are defense, physical defense and technical defense. The anti-theft work of student dormitories and classrooms should pay attention to the following points:
(1) Students who finally leave the classroom or dormitory should close the window and lock the door. Don't be afraid of trouble. Students must develop the habit of turning off the lights, closing the windows, and locking the door with their hands.
(2) Do not allow non-local staff to stay overnight in the dormitory.
(3) Those who find suspicious signs should be more vigilant and pay more attention.
(4) Students should actively participate in the safety duty classes in classrooms and dormitory, and assist the school security department to do security work.
(5) Pay attention to keeping your own keys, including various keys in classrooms, dormitories, bags, drawers, etc., and you can't lend them to others or throw them away, in case of "uninvited guests" copying or waiting for theft.
2.How to prevent theft in public places such as classrooms, libraries, stadiums, etc.?
(1) When leave a public place such as a classroom or a library, take valuables with you or leave it to reliable students to avoid being stolen by criminals. Don't regard yourself as a lucky one, otherwise the case will happen in no time;
(2) Try not to enlarge the amount of cash and valuables unrelated to learning in the bag memory to reduce the attention of others.
4. What are the anti-theft measures for several special pirates?
(1)Cash - Cash is the preferred target for all thefts. The best way to keep cash is to deposit it in the bank. Especially when the amount is large, it should be deposited in the bank and password in time. The password should be a number that is easy to remember and difficult to decrypt. Never use your birth date as a password. This is because once a passbook is lost, it is easy for a familiar person to take the lead. Special attention should be paid to the fact that passbooks, credit cards, etc. should not be placed together with their ID cards, student ID cards, etc., in case they are stolen by thefts. When depositing and withdrawing money at the bank, check the password should be soft and fast, and avoid shouting. After discovering that the passbook is lost, you should immediately report the loss to your bank.
(2) All kinds of valuable certificates cards--At present, most schools have widely used credit cards issued by various banks for account settlement. Students do not need to carry large amounts of cash to pay for school fees. The canteens also use various types of magnetic cards to buy food. Telephone magnetic cards have also become popular. These valuable certificates should be kept in a safe place to prevent loss or misappropriation. The best way to store all kinds of valuable certificates is to put them in your own pocket. The mouth of the bag should be equipped with buttons or zippers. The password used must be kept confidential, and don't tell anyone easily, in case there is an "uninvited guest" around you. If you must take off your clothes when you participate in sports activities, you should lock all kinds of valuable certificates in your own box and keep your own keys.
(3)Bicycles - Bicycle theft is a major public nuisance. Campus is no exception. To buy a new car, you must go to the relevant department to go through the formalities of settlement. This is because some criminals choose to steal cars without the use of steel stamps to facilitate the sale. Once the steel without the number is missing, it is difficult to find. To install the anti-theft lock, develop the habit of locking with the lock. When riding a bicycle to a public place, it is best to spend money to park the car at the parking place. If the parking time is long, it is best to strengthen the anti-theft device, such as fixing the lock on the object or placing it indoors. Once the bicycle is lost, you should immediately report it to the school security department and provide valid documents, certificates and other relevant information for timely search.
(4) Valuables--such as gold jewelry, mobile phones, watches, walkmans, high-end clothing, etc., should be taken home for a long time or given to reliable people for safekeeping. When not in use, it is best to lock it in a drawer or a box (cabinet) to prevent it from being stolen by the thief. The door lock of the bedroom is best to prevent smashing. The window that is easy to climb is to be attached with an anti-theft net. The door lock key should not be randomly placed or lost. On valuables and clothes with higher value, it is best to intentionally make some special marks, even if they are stolen, the possibility of recovery will be greater.
5.How should a theft case be dealt with?
In the event of a theft, students must calmly respond:
(1) Immediately report to the school security office, while blocking and protecting the site, no one is allowed to enter. Do not flip the items on the spot, and do not rush to see if your belongings are lost. This is of great significance to the accurate analysis of public security personnel, the correct determination of the scope of investigation and the collection of evidence.
(2) Cooperate with the investigation and objectively and objectively answer the questions raised by the public security department and the security personnel. Proactively provide clues, and must not conceal the situation without reporting, the school security department and the public security organs have the obligation to keep confidential the classmates who provide the situation.
(3)If the passbook is found to have been stolen, it should be reported as soon as possible to prevent the theft of the deposit from taking the deposit.
6. What should I do if I lose my bank passbook, card or money order?
(1) Loss of money at the bank or post office. Loss of oral loss (ie emergency stop payment) and official loss reporting. The depositor must provide the corresponding account number, account name, amount and address for the oral report loss. In case of formal loss reporting, the applicant shall go through the formalities of loss reporting after completing the “Application for Loss and Payment of Savings Deposits” with valid real-name identity documents. If the depositor’s ID card is lost, it must be issued with a “Certificate of Household Registration” issued by the public security department.
(2) Report to the public security organ promptly and go to the school security department to register in time.