What is a report?
What is the NetPosse.com report?
Originally the Idaho Alert started in 1997, named for Idaho, the stolen mare whose recovery is the inspiration behind Stolen Horse International, the NetPosse.com Alert is similar to the Amber Alert, the system designed to help find lost or abducted children. The NetPosse.com Alert is based on the same principal to help spread the word about your missing horse or equipment or farm crime via the internet. In 2009 because of the confusion “Idaho” caused on the alert, Stolen Horse International changed the name to the NePosse.com Alert Network.
How do I file a report?
Provide information about your case. We will need your name, phone, pet’s name, age, breed, color, the location last seen, photos and any other relevant details. Our staff will then analyze your case and create a uniquely designed flyer. Our easy to remember name and Logo are invaluable because flyers get taken down and NetPosse.com is well established and has an outstanding reputation. Our missing horse and equipment database makes it easy for someone to find and contact you right away.
What kind of reports can I file?
What do I get when I file a report right after I file my report?
Note: Stolen Horse International is not law enforcement, attorneys or private investigators and does not act accordingly. Our services are part of our NetPosse Action Plan for victims. Due to the large numbers of reports that are filed and the fact that we are an all volunteer organization, we do have to limit the amount of time spent with our victims.
The longer you wait, the farther your away your horse can travel.