New Mail Theft Webpage
New Cluster Mail Theft Webpage
Mail theft occurs when thieves steal mail that is not their own from postal trucks, collection boxes, apartment mailbox panels, co-op mailing racks, neighborhood delivery and collection box units. Thieves often steal mail to obtain credit cards, social security numbers, bank statements, checks, and other personal information.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) reaches every home and business in the country. The vast majority of the mail it delivers arrives intact, but thieves persist in their efforts to steal it. Mail and identity theft has been reported by postal inspectors to be the #1 white-collar crime in the U.S. today.
The mailboxes and cluster mailboxes used throughout the City of Eastvale are controlled by the USPS, a branch of the Federal government and deemed Federal property under the auspices of the USPS however, to help the community better understand mail theft , the City of Eastvale has developed a webpage to provide general information about:
USPS Postal Inspectors across the country work hard to protect your mail. But with deliveries to more than 100 million addresses, the Postal Inspection Service can't do the job alone!