KAYNINE, INTERNATIONAL REGISTER OF STOLEN OBJECTS


WHAT IS KAYNINE?

• Kaynine is an international register of stolen objects.
• Kaynine is the starting point for investigators, companies and individuals who want to check if an object has been stolen.


HOW DOES KAYNINE WORK?

• Kaynine actively informs an international network of private investigators, police, justice and individuals about the objects that are registered in the Kaynine database.
• Everyone can check if objects that are for sale are registered as stolen.
• Individuals who want to provide tips about stolen objects can do this through the website.
• Kaynine offers professional investigators the possibility to share information about stolen objects.


WHO WORKS WITH KAYNINE?

• (damage-) investigation agencies
• police
• justice
• insurance agencies
• individuals


WHY DOES KAYNINE EXIST?

• Of all stolen objects, a large part disappears into foreign countries.
• Stolen objects are sold over the internet in a very short period of time.
• Information about these objects is not available for everyone.
• A small percentage of stolen work equipment is ever fount back, less than ten percent.
• Stolen objects that are retrieved hardly end up at their rightful owner because of a lack of information.
• Insurance companies can’t check if an object that has been submitted for insurance, hasn’t been stolen already.


PURPOSE OF KAYNINE

• Making sure stolen and retrieved objects end up at their rightful owner.
• Decreasing the number of stolen objects sold over the internet.


WHY CHECK?

• Whenever you buy a stolen object, you’re liable, no matter how often this object has changed hands since it was stolen.


WHERE DOES THE NAME KAYNINE COME FROM?

• A police dog is a dog that is trained specifically to assist police and similar law-enforcement personnel with their work. Police dogs are often referred to by the term K9

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