If you have lost or misplaced any of your property visit the Security Office or give us a call on 8313 5990 and see if it has been handed in.
Please hand in any lost items you find to the Security Office or to a Security Officer.
To assist us to return your lost property in a timely manner write your name and student identification number on any books, folders, clothing or other items.
Reporting Lost Property
Please report lost property to the Security Office. You will be asked to provide the following information:
- your name
- the name of the owner (if different from above)
- contact address and telephone number
- description of the item
- area on campus where you believe the item may have been lost
- date that you noticed the item was missing.
Collecting Lost Property
Lost property may be collected between the hours of 6.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
You will be asked to show proof of identity and if necessary, ownership of the item.
You may also be asked to sign a receipt to acknowledge that you have received your property.
Reporting Stolen Property
Report all theft to Security immediately on 8313 5990. This number is available 24 hours a day.
Be aware of those around you and do not leave property unattended.
The Security Office will keep lost property for up to one month. Any unclaimed property will be taken to a local charity.
Contact Security Office by phone on 8313 5990 or by email at email@example.com
- Do not carry originals of important documents, i.e. passports. Carry a certified copy instead
- If you need copies certified you can find a JP at the Security Office - call 8303 5990 or visit the security office week days.
- If you carry a bag, keep it close to you
- Never leave your belongings unattended
Do Not leave Laptops unattended or out overnight in offices.
- Mark your belongings with an ultraviolet pen.
- Include the University's name and your Student ID.
- Keep an inventory of all your property, this will assist in the recovery of lost or stolen items and insurance claims
- Consider taking photographs of your valuables.