Cl. number

Forgotten password


Frequent questions

What does the KRIMISTOP® system bring?

Things marked with identification elements and registered in the KRIMISTOP® system can be quickly and unambiguously identified. It significantly increases chances for returning such things to their owners.

On what things can identification elements be applied?

Application is suitable on all small property, valuables, works of art, church objects, means of transport and animals. In short everything that is valuable for us and could become the focus of interest for thieves and traffickers.

Who can mark the property?

It can be anybody, only application on works of art, electronics etc. requires suitable basic experience in the given field. Application procedure and safety precautions are described in the manual. For more complicated cases (e.g. Vehicles), authorized application centres can be used.

Can marking damage things?

As a rule not, it is only necessary to choose suitable application places. Glues with dispersed microdots or glues for attaching microchips are water-based and they do not damage any surfaces. The system has been tested on a whole range of things, including valuable works of art. If you have any doubts, it is recommended to test marking at a hidden place to see whether it leaves any stains. For some surfaces, it is necessary to use more aggressive glues or mechanic attachment and some degree of care is necessary.

Where should things be marked?

Where marking is not exposed to everyday use and at places where appearance or functionality of such things will not be affected. Marking must be at more places, visible as well as hidden.

How many things can be marked?

The number of marked things differs according to the type of purchased application set. One or more microchips are applied on one thing (according to its size, segmentation etc.). The microdots are designed either for one thing (car…) or for more things (electronics, collections etc.). After using up elements of the application set, other, additional ID sets can be ordered.

Who can read information from the protective elements?

Microdots can be read using strong magnifying glasses or microscopes. On the other hand, microchips must be read only by suitable electronic readers. For example the Police, Municipal Police, application centres, business subjects (marts, auction houses, antique shops etc.) may be equipped with the reading devices.

Does the KRIMISTOP® system protect from thefts?

No, its protective effect is only a preventive and deterring one. Things must be secured against thieves in a common way. Remote searching and monitoring of things is also not possible.

Who can check if the thing is not looked for?

Everybody who reads the identification data from a thing (either the KRIMISTOP® identification elements or production identification data) and enters it into the searching part of the KRIMISTOP® identification application.

How do I get the owner's contact data?

The contact data cannot be obtained. Returning of a found thing is always done via the KRIMISTOP® system administrator or the other authorized person. Only these two subjects are allowed to get the owner's contact information but only in cases when a thing is found, secured and removed from the database of the missing things.

Protected by the KRIMISTOP® system
Protection of personal data    
Comments and requirements:    
Website created by PC HELP, a.s.