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The Antique Tribal Arts Dealers Association (ATADA) Policy on Stolen Objects

The ATADA Theft Alert Page, http://www.atada.org/theft.html is not a substitute for reporting losses to your local authorities and your insurance company. However, for an example of how a posting on the ATADA Theft Alert Page can help recover stolen art, click here http://www.atada.org/news.html#nyt_article To see a more recent collection recovered with the help of the ATADA Theft Alert page, click here http://www.atada.org/theft.html#recovered

ATADA has circulated notices of stolen objects for Zuni Pueblo at their request, as well as for the Hopi tribe on our own initiative and for various museums and collectors. This service is offered free of charge to any tribe, museum or individual, however we deal only in objects of clear title. In order to accept material for posting on the Theft Alert page, the stolen property must be Tribal Art.

We need:

* a police report number and the name, address, and phone number of a police officer to contact with information.
* the name, address and phone number of the person making the report (we will post this information).
* photos and a detailed description of stolen objects including dimensions. (It is possible to post only a description, but a photo provides much more rapid identification of stolen items).

ATADA will verify the accuracy of material received by contacting both the person making the report and the police officer named on the report before posting any information. We request prompt notification to ATADA when the material is recovered. Postings over three years old may be deleted.

For prompt posting, send .jpg images and computer readable text addressed to acek33@aol.com . Images may also be e-mailed directly to the ATADA Webmaster. Information and photos may also sent by snail mail to ATADA at 3180 Vista Sandia, Santa Fe, NM 87501 for scanning and posting by the webmaster, but this may take more time.
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