Report My Loss is a UK system supported by Police and many social venues that allows online recording of lost property.

Through its connections to the Police NMPR, it ensures that the details of lost items are instantly available to Police forces nationally. This increases the chances of recovery exponentially.

The recording of lost property reports is not a legal requirement for the Police however the UK Home Office recommends forces continue to offer the service unless a suitable alternative can be provided.

The system was originally developed in association with Avon and Somerset Police and has since received the support of other Police forces and the UK Home Office support.

Report My Loss has proven to be a highly cost efficient service for the reporting of lost property. In addition to the national reporting Report My Loss also provides documented proof of the loss report that can be used to help make insurance claims.

The service offers very considerable cost benefits as well as increasing the chances of identifying the owners of recovered property.

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Avon and Somerset Constabulary centralised its call handling in 2005...The force records an average of 42,000 lost property reports per annum... this equates to about 1000 staff days recording information which is rarely used.

Philippa Brett, Avon & Somerset Police Force