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Property Marking Scheme

Local authorities may provide community and voluntary groups, schools and businesses marking machines to stamp an Eircode into valuable items such as printers, tablets, power tools and generators to prevent theft and help An Garda Síochána (national police) return stolen items if recovered.

Property Marking Machine Training

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST in participating in Property Marking Machine Training

To register your Interest in availing of this training complete and return the attached form to and including marking machine training in the title. The Closing date for the receipt of the EOI is 5pm on the 6th of August.

The Property marking machine works by etching or engraving the property owner’s unique Eircode onto the property. This machine can mark almost any form of property from a trailer or lawnmower to an ipad or computer.

The machine is used as part of a community led safety programme. Tipperary County Council will shortly start loaning the machine out to community groups for marking within their locality. Property is less likely to be stolen from these areas given the increased potential for detection of stolen property.

Tipperary County Council is now seeking Expressions Of Interest from committees/groups interested in being trained on the use of this machine.

There will be no charge to participating community groups and we expect that there will be demand for the training and that it will be oversubscribed. The first 5 community groups per MD will book their place on the training. Other community groups will be put on a waiting list.

It is planned to carry out the training in September assuming the current level of restrictions.

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