Request for information - Ref No: FOI19911
Thank you for your email of 24 July 2019, requesting information from Ordnance Survey in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, as set out in the extract below:
“Number of lost laptops, mobile phones and tablet computers (iPads etc) reported lost/missing or stolen by employees within your organisation over the last three financial years.
FY 16-17, FY 17-18, FY 18-19.
Please break down by year as follows (example:)
FY 16- 17
Mobile phones: 15
Tablet computers 39
If possible, please provide detail on the make and model of the device e.g. Apple iPad, Apple iPhone 9 etc”
I confirm that Ordnance Survey does hold the information you have requested and this is shown in the table below. We have included the make and model of the device where possible.
|FY 16-17||FY17-18||FY 18-19|
|Laptop||1 (ThinkPad x201)||2 (1 x Apple Laptop; 1 x ThinkPad Laptop)||2 (1 x Dell Laptop; 1 x ThinkPad Laptop)|
|Mobile Phone||8 (3xiPhone 5c; 5x iPhone 6)||3 (1x iPhone 5c, 2xiphone 6)||3 (1 x iPhone 8; 2 x iPhone [?])|
|Tablet/Computer||4 (1 x iPad Air WiFi; 1 x Cellular 16GB, 1 x 64GB, 1 x SIM free iPad)||1||0|
|Total Lost/Stolen/Missing Devices||13||6||5|
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