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2 Senior Special Agent Randy D. Beeson H.E.A.T. Program Administrator Office & Voice Mail (804) Pager (804)

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4 Overview Established by Virginia Code Section

5 Cooperative Effort(VSP, DMV & Ins. Ind.)  161 Local Agencies Investigative Tool Weapon for Citizens Deterrent for Young Potential Thieves Potential Savings for us all!

6 Overview HEAT Anonymous Local Law Enforcement Rewards Up To $10,000

7 Staffing Colonel W. Gerald Massengill, Superintendent of State Police SSA Randy D. Beeson, Administrator Office (804) Pager (804)

8 Advisory Board Members for 2000 Mr. J. David Rigler, Chesterfield County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office First Sergeant David M. Beckner, Virginia State Police Mr. Mark W. Hicks, Office of the Attorney General Sheriff Raleigh H. Isaacs, Sr., City of Suffolk Sheriff’s Office Chief Dennis A. Mook, Newport News Police Department Ms. W. Gail Morykon, Department of Motor Vehicles Mr. Wade Wickre, Nationwide Insurance Company

9 Auto Theft Unit Staffing First Sergeant Joseph W. Walters (804) Special Agents Secretary DMV Research (Vacant)

10 King George New Essex Richmond Lancaster Caroline Louisa Henrico Goochland Powhatan Nottoway Dinwiddie Northumberland Westmoreland Chesterfield King William King & Queen Petersburg Colonial Heights Hopewell Charles Amelia Hanover Prince George Clarke Shenandoah Rappahanock Page Stafford Spotsylvania Madison Orange Culpeper Fauquier Warren Frederick Winchester Prince Fairfax Arlington Loudoun Accomack Middlesex James Hampton Newport News Brunswick Greensville Northampton Southampton Sussex Mathews Gloucester York Surry Isle of Wight Suffolk Chesapeake Virginia Beach Norfolk Portsmouth Augusta Greene Albemarle Nelson Amherst Buckingham Fluvanna Cumberland Campbell Charlotte Prince Edward Lunenburg Mecklenburg Halifax Rockingham Appomattox Highland Bath Botetourt Bedford Roanoke Montgomery Floyd Franklin Pittsylvania Henry Patrick Craig Alleghany Rockbridge Lee Wise Scott Dickenson Buchanan Russell Tazewell Washington Smyth Grayson Wythe Bland Giles Carroll Pulaski VIRGINIA STATE POLICE First Sergeant Joseph W. Walters Office (804) Pager (804) Culpeper Field Office Special Agent Ronnie W. Tiller Office (540) Pager (540) Fairfax Field Office Senior Special Agent William H. Wagner Office (703) Pager (703) Richmond Field Office SSA Bobby K. Rakes Office (804) Pager (804) SSA Howard J. Cook, Jr. Office (804) Pager (804) Salem Field Office Special Agent Diane A. Mandeville Office (540) Pager (540) Chesapeake Field Office Special Agent Johnnie Jones, Jr. Office (757) Pager (757) Special Agent Kenneth McKenney Office (757) Pager (757) Appomattox Field Office Special Agent Fred Solomon Office (434) Pager (434) Wytheville Field Office Special Agent Ted C. Homiak Office (540) Pager EXT: BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS AUTO THEFT UNIT HEAT Administrator - Special Agent Randy D. Beeson Office (804) Pager (804)

11 Most Frequently Stolen Cars

12 H.E.A.T. sponsored Training  Auto Theft Prevention Schools (June, July, & September)  Basic Auto Theft Investigation Schools (August at the Piedmont RCJA)  Advanced Auto Theft Investigation Schools (November in Newport News)

13 H.E.A.T. Training Northern Virginia –2000 Tidewater –2001 Central Virginia –2002

14 Public Awareness

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16 Auto Theft Prevention

17 VIN Etching Auto Theft Prevention

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19 VIN Etching Event

20 Based in Southwest Virginia Burton Martin Family Racing Team Public Awareness

21 HEAT LEO Awards March 24, th Annual Conference – Virginia Crime Prevention Association

22 Public Awareness RICHMOND – MAY 2003

23 Public Awareness

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26 Public Awareness & Promotions Mr. Laurence Neathawk Neathawk Dubuque, Inc. Operation HEATWave Coordinator (804) TOLL FREE (800)

27 Recognizing Law Enforcement Officers & Agencies Enforcement Recoveries Prevention Intelligence LEO SummerHEAT Operation HEATWave

28 Call HEAT $Tip Must Lead to an Arrest $Caller Remains Anonymous $Do Not Have to Testify in Court

29 Our Accomplishments 2001 Rewards  8 Rewards totally $22,925  5th $10,000 Reward

30 Our Accomplishments Grants IAATI Training Schools Prevention Initiatives Enforcement Initiatives

31 Announcing the 2001 Theft Stats

32 Thank You! For All Your Help to Eliminate Auto Theft! Enforcement Recoveries Prevention Intelligence

33 2002 Jeep Liberty This vehicle sports a new PVIN plate and is marked with Avery component part labels. The CVIN is located in the right side, rear passenger door well, under a plastic molding strip. There are identification labels placed on the bottom radiator and under the rear seat that display a partial VIN. The VIN is also stored in the On- Board computer and can be viewed with the Chrysler DRB III tool.

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