Request for information - Ref No: FOI221060
Thank you for your email of 17 January 2022, requesting information from Ordnance Survey in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000, as set out in the extract below:
“Please provide me with the total number of electronic devices reported lost or stolen within your organisation over the last five calendar years (2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017)
- 15 Laptops reported stolen, 34 lost
- 13 Mobile phones reported stolen 130 lost
- 40 Tablet computers reported stolen, 200 lost
Please also provide an estimated cost per device.”
I confirm that Ordnance Survey does hold information in relation to the total number of devices lost or stolen, as set out in the table below:-
|Type of Device||FY 16-17||FY 17-18||FY 18-19||FY 19-20||End of 2021|
|Laptop||1 (ThinkPad)||2 (1 Dell, 1 ThinkPad)||2 (ThinkPad)||1 (ThinkPad)||2 (ThinkPad)|
8 (3 iPhone 5c / 5 iPhone 6)
|3 (1 iPhone 5c / 2 iPhone 6)||3 (1 iPhone 8 / 2 iPhone)||3 (1 Nokia / 2 iPhone 8)||4 (1 iPhone SE2020 / 1 iPhone 8 / 2 iPhone 12)|
We are unable to provide a separate figure for i) the number of devices stolen and ii) the number of devices lost. This is because when the devices are reported the items are not categorised in this way but are logged as ‘lost or stolen’.
The list below provides the estimated cost of each type of device lost or stolen:
|Type of Device||Estimated Cost|
|iPhone SE 2020||£324|
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