Presentation on theme: "Property Theft FY 2014 July - May Reported Thefts Unfounded Actual UGA as Victim Total Loss 384 82 302 71 $321,058."— Presentation transcript:
Property Theft FY 2014 July - May Reported Thefts Unfounded Actual UGA as Victim Total Loss $321,058
Theft of Lost or Mislaid Property Reports Filed for Property Discovered Missing During Inventory Fiscal Year FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 Reported Total Loss $101,360 $104,765 $145,343 In FY2014, theft of lost or mislaid property reports involving inventoried equipment represents 2% of all theft reports on campus. However, the dollar amount represents 45% of total loss amount of all theft reports taken. Over the 3 year period, the largest reported time frame of when the property was last seen to when discovered missing was 67 months. Average time frame was 16 months.
Items Reported Missing During Inventory FY Property Type Laptop Computers Desktop Computers Tablets Cameras / Video Recorders Projectors Network Switches Servers Reported Missing What is the likelihood that any of the property unaccounted for is host to sensitive or confidential information?
Common Themes Property assigned to an employee that is not retrieved before an employee’s date of separation. Can be months before property is discovered missing. Property is stored in a secure location and checked off during annual inventory. However, reported time frame is greater than 12 month inventory cycle. Property Custodian believes they know where property is located without visually verifying. Property is stored in a location with access by everyone. Possibilities of “who done it” are endless. Can be rectified with proper procedures or by adhering to procedures already in place.
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