Property Room.com, the auction site established in 1999 and known for making police auctions available to a nationwide audience, has signed on with the Culver City Police Department.
The site conducts online auctions from the law enforcement agency’s forfeited, seized, found or surplus items, which often end up collecting dust in the property rooms of law enforcement agencies and city municipalities.
Founded by former police officers, Property Room provides an auction platform for products from more than 2,800 police departments and municipalities nationwide. Generally, in the past, police departments and municipalities had offered these unclaimed items in a live public auction. Now, Culver City residents can access these items online.
“We offer tremendous value and streamlined solution to law enforcement and municipal partners across the country, as well as online shoppers looking for great deals,” said PJ Bellomo, CEO for Property Room.com. “With this new partnership, we look forward to extending these services to the Culver City Police Department.”
The auctions Property Room facilitates relieve the city from the time and expense of holding their own auctions and generate proceeds that are later returned to the community. According to a Property Room statement, to date, communities across the country have “benefitted with more than $41 million in returned proceeds. Items up for bid cover every category of consumer goods, from watches, jewelry and coins, to laptops, power tools and cars.”
For more information and to check out property up for auction, visit www.PropertyRoom.com.