Misc Tuesday

Our Diamond Deacs’ run came to an end yesterday. We celebrate their amazing season and look forward to great things to come from this team. Thank you for an exciting ride, guys!

Even though I have worked at Wake forever (will be 18 years this week), there’s always new things to learn. This came my way via University Police and I confess it was news to me.  Here’s what you need to know about lost and found.

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Wake Forest University Police has added a new Lost and Found link to our website.

The link is: http://police.wfu.edu/services/lost-and-found/

Found items that are turned into Wake Forest University Police are listed at this site. A basic description of found item is listed. The listing remains on the site for 60 days.  Anyone can go to the link to search for their lost item. If a description of a lost item matches their lost item they contact the Evidence Technician at 336-758-5716 to confirm it is their item and make arrangements to claim the item.

Anyone can also list their lost item on this site as well. The Evidence Technician checks the site daily to compare the lost and found items to help expedite the return of lost items. If someone list their lost item it is their responsibility to remove the listing from the website when the item is recovered.

Please visit the website. It is easy to navigate and can expedite the return of your lost property. If you call Wake Forest University Police to check on a lost item they will be directed to the website.

Found WFU ID cards and issued keys are turned in to Residence Life and Housing and Deacon One Card Office. Faculty, staff and students who have lost either of these should check with the appropriate office.

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