Everett PD Seeking More Business Partners For Catalytic Converter I.D. Program

February 25, 2022

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The program has proven to be extremely popular.

Project CATCON ID has proven extremely popular for the police department in Everett, Washington. Now the department is seeking more partners so they can hold more events. Here’s more information if you have a business who may want to help.

We are looking for more Project CATCON ID partners!

Do you own or work for a business in Everett that services vehicles? Are you interested in helping your community? We are looking for additional businesses capable of engraving and marking catalytic converters to participate in our Project CATCON ID.

If you are interested, please reach out to Sergeant Maryjane Hacker at MHacker@everettwa.gov for more information about our program and how you can participate.

Project CATCON ID was created by Everett Police Department to raise awareness of the problem and to promote theft prevention techniques for Everett residents. Vehicle owners are encouraged to have the last 8 digits of their vehicle identification number (VIN) engraved on the catalytic converter and highlight it with high temperature paint. This helps to deter thieves and assists the police track your property in the event it is stolen.



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