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Communication and interaction is the foundation for cooperation, coordination, collaboration and change. The UMPD offers many programs to the University community and the general public to learn about the police department and individual learning programs.

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should i call the police if i misplace or lose my cell phone?

No. You should only make a police report when you think your cell phone has been stolen. The UMPD does not currently operate a University-wide "lost and found" service. If your phone is not stolen, your best course of action is to contact your cellular phone service provider to notify them of the situation.

Note: "Lost" and "Stolen" are two very different words in this context. As a general rule, if you believe an item has been lost as opposed to stolen, there is no need for a police report because it is not reasonable to think that a crime has occurred.

 
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