Robbery Idea: Update

A few posts ago, I was on my soap box about a top Web2.0 idea I had for reducing home break in thefts et al.

I’ve created a basic website IA for the idea (see PDF file 268kb size) stolenpropertyiaconceptv10b for this idea, see attached and let me know what you think.

Also, created a basic brand (see below) for the site, a full design will be coming soon, which I intend on applying to the IA and producing a mock-presentation site to show off to anyone who will listen.

Will aim to talk to the MP of my area (Tanya Plibersek) whom I’ve already emailed (and got a reply from the office of Commissioner of Police, Mr Andrew Scipione so clearly Tanya’s office has flipped it on which is a solid).

Also looking to approach and discuss the idea with Insurance Companies (need to send it to the NRMA Claims person, see where it goes from there) and finally Crime Stoppers but I’m yet to ID a person in there (know anyone?).

More soon when things have progressed a bit.

Tanya Plibersek Email Thread:

From: Michelle Funston []
Monday, May 05, 2008 2:22 PM
Stuart Sheridan
Acknowledgement re online website – reducing home robberies

Dear Mr Sheridan,

Thank you for your recent email to the Commissioner of Police, Mr Andrew Scipione dated 1 May 2008, regarding your ideas for an online website aimed at reducing the incentives and financial reward outcomes for criminals involved in residential robberies. Commissioner Scipione has asked that I acknowledge receipt of your correspondence on his behalf.

Your enquiry has been referred to the Commander, Policy and Programs, for the attention of the Crime Prevention Team, for further enquiry. A more detailed response will be forwarded to you at the completion of those enquiries.

Yours sincerely,

Michelle Funston

Correspondence Clerk

Correspondence Unit

Office of the Commissioner of Police

~ by stusheridan on May 7, 2008.

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