Lost and Found
Lost and Found in Crime Prevention?
Often, individuals simply lose items. In the ensuing panic that often happens when an important item is misplaced, the item is declared "Stolen." One way to fight crime is to make sure a crime hasn't happened!
How can I check to see if my item has been turned in?
Parking Services maintains a Lost and Found Department that acts as a clearinghouse for items found on campus. If you've misplaced something, please stop by our office at 820 Mulberry Street, in the Parking Pavilion, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday and check for your item.You can also e-mail the Lost and Found Department at: firstname.lastname@example.org -Please include your name, your phone number and a description of the item(s) lost. If we have your item, we'll contact you.
If you lose your Royal Card:
Please call our office at 570-941-7585. Our dispatchers can disable your card and prevent it from being used but only from the time you notify us!
Over the years, the Lost and Found Department has reunited individuals with literally hundreds of Royal Cards, Debit Cards, wallets, shirts, hoodies, calculators, books, notebooks, iPods - any items that can be lost have probably been turned over to us at some point in time.
If you find an item,
If you find an item, please bring it to our office and we'll try to find the owner.
Property will be held for a minimum of 60 days.
If unclaimed, all lost or found property will be donated to Community Outreach or other charitable organization.
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