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Toronto Catholic District School Board

 

 CELL PHONE REGISTRY

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 MP MIKE SULLIVAN ON CELL PHONE THEFT:

 

York South-Weston MP Mike Sullivan holds a cellphone during a news conference outside Chaminade College School on Wednesday morning to launch his campaign for a national stolen cellphone database. Pictured (L to R) Const. Cameron Forrrest, Staff Sgt. Daryle Gerry, Sullivan, and students Alex Escobar and Alexander Colle. (Toronto Star)

 

(Full Article: Ctrl. click)http://www.thestar.com/news/crime/2012/06/27/toronto_mp_says_national_registry_of_stolen_cellphones_is_needed_to_deter_thefts.html

 

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Check the Status of Your Device in Canada

Anytime a GSM, HSPA or LTE wireless device is reported as lost or stolen to a participating Canadian wireless service provider, that device’s unique IMEI number will be added to a shared national blacklist (the “Blacklist”). Any device appearing on the Blacklist will be blocked, and participating Canadian wireless service providers will not allow it to be used on their respective wireless networks.
To determine if a device has been reported lost or stolen, which would prevent it from working on Canadian wireless networks, enter the 15 digit IMEI number in the window below and click enter.
You can obtain the IMEI number by entering *#06# on most devices. Alternatively, the IMEI number should also be on a white label found underneath the battery of your device. This service is limited to 2 queries per day by Canadian consumers only.
 
 
 

New registry lets you spot stolen phones: Roseman

 

 

STOP BEING A VICTIM AND REGISTER YOUR CELL PHONE TODAY!!!!!