Highly recommend you participate in the Vail Police Department’s ski and snowboard registration event on January 21st from 9am to noon at Gondola 1 in Vail Village. The department has seen a rise in ski and snowboard thefts in recent years and having your gear in the system could be the key to getting it back if some crook decides to jack it. The process only takes a few minutes using a QR code that records your serial number. Officers will also be providing advice on best practices to keep your gear safe.
Register Your Skis and Snowboards with Vail Police:
Officers from the Vail Police Department are inviting community members to join them for a ski and snowboard registration event between 9 a.m. and noon Saturday, Jan. 21 at Gondola 1 in Vail Village. Officers will be on hand to register your equipment.
Registering your skis or snowboard with the Vail Police Department can aid in their recovery if they are stolen. The process is quick with the QR code which records your serial number and identifying characteristics. This information is stored in our record keeping system, so you don’t have to remember them.
The Vail Police Department has seen a rise in ski and snowboard thefts over the past few years and can offers tips and advice to help safeguard your equipment.
For more information, contact Sergeant Mike Bindle at 970-479-2214.