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immobilize

adjective fixed, have no freedom, have no mobility, immovable, impassive, inactive, inexpressive, inflexible, like a statue, motionless, paralyzed, rigid, rooted, stationary, staunch, steadfast, still, transfixed, unmoving
See also: bind, fetter, lock, restrain
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We're keen to promote the Immobilise website and ensure cyclists have crime prevention advice to help keep their bikes safe.
Members of the public can log an unlimited number of valuables at Immobilise.
3 If the person cannot bend the arm, put padding around the area and use bandages to immobilise it against the body; don't bandage over the injury site.
Other valuable items such as iPads, laptops, iPods, game consoles, cameras and satellite navigation systems can also be registered with Immobilise.
For help reporting lost or stolen items call the Immobilise helpline on 08701 123123.
With this technology when a stolen car comes to a stop a signal can be sent to the car which immobilises the vehicle or sets off an alarm, even without the keys," he said.
Northumbria Police Supt Mick Paterson said: "I'd like to remind people that it's important to take a few moments to take a note of the serial number and register with immobilise where an image can be uploaded and the serial number recorded.
Residents are encouraged to get new bikes, phones, electricals, tools and other valuables registered with free property logging website Immobilise.
He added: "This is an educational message which links in with the phrase 'Get it Logged, Get it Back' which tries to encourage students to register their valuables with Immobilise scheme in October.
Officers also encouraged members of the public to register their property on immobilise.
Inspector Jim Atherton said: "People can register for free at the Immobilise website because it is quick and easy to do.
The benefits of registration are: * Immobilise helps police identify the owner of lost and stolen property thousands of times each day.