: Any word or any string of symbols in any case entered in this box will be
located and listed by the database. The word can appear in any part of the entry relating to the
: Any item of property can be attached to various categories, so a watch for
example may appear in both "Jewelery" and "Clocks and Watches". Selection of a category by checking
the box with the cursor will reveal all items currently entered in that category. Pick out the item
that interests you and click on the "Details", or the image of a camera, if a picture has been
3) VIEW ALL PROPERTY
: To view all of the property in the database in a list, click on the
View Property button without checking any of the categories. From this select the item you are
4) REFINED SEARCH
: If the list of property is too large, you can refine the search by
selecting from the options offered.
5) REGISTER AN INTEREST
: If the property you are seeking is not on the database, you can
register an interest so that should a piece of property from anywhere in the county be entered,
the system will notify you automatically and take you directly to it.
Please Note :
- Lost and found property is dealt with by all organisations at the point it was lost or found. As these may not be the same attempt several different searches using "Advanced search".
- Where an item of property has been lost and is not identified as found property on this system it may still be held by the Police or another organisation and is only not on the system because it is not considered suitable for public display. It is important therefore that all reports of lost property are entered on the system, so that property clerks can search lost reports and inform the loser direct.
- Interested parties may only view lost reports where the loser has agreed to publicity. Therefore a negative search does not necessarily mean that the loss has not been reported.