Last updated on 25 January 2022
The Security team at the University has introduced a new online system to help reunite campus users with their lost possessions.
Using hubs around the campus, the system logs found items and stores them locally. It searches for property and keeps users notified of progress by email.
Replacing a system that was based solely in the Security team’s office, hubs are being introduced around the campus, and are currently in use at the Print Copy Bureau at the Roger Stevens Building, Laidlaw Library, Brotherton Library, and Edward Boyle Library.
Steve Sloan, Change Manager for Campus Support Services at the University of Leeds said:
“We all know how inconvenient and even upsetting it can be to lose property. We hope that the new system – supplied by Notlost.com – will speed up the process and provide reassurance to those who use our campus.”
The more hubs for lost property there are around the University, the more effective the system, and Security are recruiting new locations for hubs. Support is provided by the Security team.
For enquiries about the new system, please contact email@example.com.