RPDSSRegional Pawn Data Sharing System
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Although many very serious cases were reported as having been closed using the RPDSS such as commercial and residential burglaries (11), I'll begin my review of the cases with some examples from the Theft from Auto reports.
A check of the RPDSS revealed that an iPod with an engraving of "Sam Pond" had, in fact been pawned.
The suspect was a former employee, and the case was solved through a customer search of the RPDSS database.
After checking the RPDSS it was discovered that the employee (suspect) had pawned the county's laptop computer.
Theses cases demonstrate a straight forward use of the RPDSS. Most of the suspects apprehended using the system are repeat offenders.
The detectives started running employee names through the RPDSS and located an employee of the company who made several sales to a pawnshop in Maryland.
Case #2: Takoma Park Maryland police department reports that it has had a number of successful cases related to the RPDSS database.
I'm delighted that the RPDSS has been successful in the apprehension of such criminals.
I first had a case involving stolen cash, but I did not run the suspect in the RPDSS because in that case, money only was involved, not property.
Through RPDSS, I located a Canon camera that the suspect had pawned.
Using the search features of RPDSS, I was able to locate a digital camera pawned within days of the burglary.
All the jewelry was found in a property search of the RPDSS system.