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TOURISM CRIME REPORT


Dear Members,

As part of BTIA's ongoing pro-active efforts to reduce criminal acts against our visitors, we are re-introducing the national tourism crime reporting system. The objective of this initiative is to develop an accurate recording and tracking system that will enhance our crime prevention efforts and assist the police with the tremendous burden of reducing criminal activity against tourists. As part of this initiative, we have developed a "Tourism Crime Report" form that we are requesting our members to complete whenever a visitor is the unfortunate victim of a criminal act.

This report will list in sufficient detail the particulars of the criminal incident and provide the basic information that the Police Department will require for their investigation. It will also provide us with a permanent record of the criminal event and will prove extremely useful in follow-up investigations and assistance to the victim. The report should be completed in detail as soon after the criminal event as possible while the details are still fresh in memory. Please complete a separate form for each victim and a copy of all reports should also be given to the investigating police officer.

Please assist your association with this extremely important initiative by reporting all criminal acts in a timely manner. We ask that you submit the completed report to the B.T.I.A. National Office no later than 24 hours after the incident.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TOURISM CRIME REPORT FORM OR FEEL FREE TO DOWNLOAD FROM www.BTIA.ORG.

Thank you for your assistance,

BTIA Board and Management


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"and assist the police with the tremendous burden of reducing criminal activity against tourists."

Might have phrased that a bit differently...but I get what they're after..

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The "click here" link does not work and I can not find this on the BTIA website. I would like to download the form.

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Can not find the form.

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You can find the download link on this page:
http://www.btia.org/contact-btia/tourism-crime-report-form-2/

Or click here for the direct link to the pdf:
http://www.btia.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Tourism-Crime-Report-Form-.pdf

Couldn't find it right away either on the website, so I used Google.

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Thanks Jan


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