Lost and Stolen

Request

Items lost or stolen from the Parliamentary Estate.

 

 

Response

The spreadsheets below gives a summary of the details held of items lost or stolen from the Parliamentary Estate.  In some cases, where this information is not held, the fields for the information have been left blank.

Please note the following points about the data supplied:

  • Items may have been lost or stolen from the Parliamentary Estate (House of Lords and House of Commons) or elsewhere.
  • Some items will have belonged to individuals rather than the Houses of Parliament.
  • Only the location from which items have been lost or stolen is recorded so property from the Commons may have been stolen from House of Lords areas, and vice versa.
  • It is the responsibility of the individual to report items lost or stolen and it is not possible to record how reliably this is done, especially for smaller or less valuable items.
  • Lost or stolen IT equipment may be reported to both the Police and PICT. For this reason it is not possible to extrapolate a definitive list of lost or stolen items and the information supplied should be viewed in this context.
  • The cost of IT equipment is held separately by the House of Commons, though prices can vary depending where and when an item was bought, so in some cases this has not been included.

Items Reported Lost or Stolen

Lost and Stolen 2014 (XLSX XLSX 11 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 3 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2013 (XLSX XLSX 12 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 2 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2012 (XLSX XLSX 12 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 3 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2011 (XLSX XLSX 15 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 6 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2010 (XLSX XLSX 11 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 3 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2009 (XLSX XLSX 10 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 2 KB))
Lost and Stolen 2008 (XLSX XLSX 10 KB) (CSV version (CSV CSV 1 KB))