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The NIH Police are currently updating their Bike Registration Program. They would like to remind everyone who currently rides their bicycles to campus to register with the NIH Police Department. Even if your bike is currently registered in your local jurisdiction it is important and mandatory to also register it and obtain an NIH decal with the NIH Police, especially if you plan to use any of the bike racks on campus. If you currently have a bike previously registered with the NIH Police, and were unable to attend this year's Bike to Work Day, please contact Corporal Christine Fedorisko with any updated contact information.
 
The NIH is also reconditioning some of the bike racks on campus, which includes removing bikes that are presumed abandoned. The police have a number of unclaimed bikes in their storage facility. If anyone is missing their bike and is able to provide either a serial number or a detailed description it can be released back to its owner. You will have 10 business days from this e-mail to claim it. After 10 days, all unclaimed bikes will be donated, on behalf of NIH and the NIH Police, to "Bikes for the World," a nonprofit organization that provides affordable bicycles and parts to lower income individuals in the U.S. and developing countries.
 
For more information on bicycle commuting, please visit the following websites: Office of Research Services, Division of Amenities and Transportation Services Bike Program (https://www.ors.od.nih.gov/pes/dats/nihbicycleprogram/Pages/default.aspx) and the NIH Bicycling Commuter Club (http://www.nihbike.com/).     
 
Please contact Corp. Christine Fedorisko, Community Police Coordinator, to file a claim on a missing bike, register a bike, or if you have questions about this message.
 
Corporal Christine Fedorisko #1569
Community Police Coordinator
Office of Research Services
NIH Division of Police
Building 10 Room B1S-229A1
Bethesda, MD 20892
Office: (301)496-3020

christine.fedorisko@nih.gov