Property Registration

Online Personal Property Registration

Students may register their personal property online with the UCF Police Department. Items such as computers, bikes, skateboards, cameras and other valuables can be entered. Why would you want to do this? Theft is the number one crime that affects college students across America. Don't think it can't happen to you!

If you report theft of your property and you don't have the information that law enforcement needs to help you, the odds of getting your property back diminish. If you use the online property registration program, it creates a record of your property and its serial number, making it easier to return your items to you if they are found.

If your property is stolen, the police can enter the serial number into the national and state databases for stolen property. All law enforcement agencies are now able to retrieve the information so that stolen item may be recovered and returned to you. The information is kept for at least 4 years and is kept confidential and only accessible to law enforcement officers. This program is available 24 hours a day through out the year and just takes minutes to do.

For further information about Property Registration Program, contact Community Partnerships at 407-823-3224.

Link Loot

For students who participate in the LINK LOOT program, you can earn 500 points by registering your property. Register anything with a serial number (radio, TV, computer, cell phone, etc.) and you can earn 500 points (additional items do not apply).


Q. Can I access/change my information once I have entered it?
A. No. Only authorized personnel from the UCF Police have access to the database.

Q. How long will my property be in the database?
A. At least 4 years.

Q. Do I need to delete items if I no longer own them?
A. No, it is not necessary to delete items.

Q. How much does this service cost?
A. It's a free service to all faculty, staff & students.

Q. I am a student living in affiliated housing but I am not a UCF student, can I use the program?
A. Yes, you can. You just don't have a UCF PID number to enter.

Q. What if my property is stolen outside the UCF Police jurisdiction?
A. Just simply tell the law enforcement officer taking the report, that the UCF Police Department has the serial number and other information stored in their data base and to call 407-823-5555.