Tucson Police Department

Reuniting With Your Lost Property

See items currently stored by the Property & Evidence Section without owner information turned in as found property

Way too often property is turned into a law enforcement agency, but cannot be returned as a result of poor documentation on the part of the owner.   Unless you can provide proof of ownership, your valuables may end up auctioned or worse, in a landfill.  

To assist law enforcement with reuniting you with your property & heirlooms:

  • Document serial numbers and keep a copy somewhere other than an electronic device that can be lost or stolen
  • Apply unique identifying markings to objects
  • Photograph valuables
  • Maintain purchase receipts
  • Report your stolen property & obtain a police case report number
  • Consider registering with www.Foundrop.com and visit Tucson Property at www.foundrop.com/organizations/20

lost & found property at tucson police

“When things go missing, help us help you.”


Compliments and Complaints

If you would like to submit a compliment for an interaction you had with a member of our department,you can click here or call the Division in which your interaction occurred.

 

If you would like to make a complaint about a member of our department, you can click here to submit it online, you can call the Office of Professional Standards at 791-4426, or you can call the Division in which the member works. 

 

For a list of contact numbers for the various Divisions and Sections of the Department, click here.


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