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While a u-lock can provide some of the best security for your bike, they must be used properly. Even u-locks can be defeated, and selection of your u-lock brand and model can be important. Accessory reinforcements can also be added to existing u-locks to improve thier security.

Never leave your bike unlocked and unattended.

If you have questions regarding bicycle safety and security contact the OUPD Crime Prevention Unit at 325-2864, or send e-mail to Crime Prevention.

Page concept, and portions of this text on u-locks, were obtained from the Emory University Police Department web site. Used with Permission. 01-13-98 Graphics by OUPD.

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