MIL-OSI Translation: Objects lost in a train, objects found in a station … What to do?

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MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from English to French –

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How to do it when you lost an object or on the contrary when you found an object in a train or a train station? All is not always lost!

Lost objects

You can declare a lost item:

online I lost something ;
by phone by contacting the “Found Objects” call center (0892 35 35 35 or 3635 then # 22 * ​​7 / 7j from 08h to 20h) 0,40 € / minute excluding any additional cost of your operator;
or in the station.

Items found

The found objects can be deposited in station (space “Objects Found”).

Upon receipt, they are recorded in the national database, and will be kept for a month in the station where the item was recovered or in the arrival for items forgotten in the train. Perishable or dangerous materials are immediately destroyed.

The national database of objects found in trains and stations compares in real time the objects registered by SNCF agents at the station and the objects declared lost by the customers. Searches continue for a maximum of one month. In the absence of restitution to the owner within one month, the object is given to the Administration des Domaines, ceded to a Public Utility Association or destroyed.

Tips before a trip

Remember to personalize, by any means at your convenience, your electronic devices, computer, cameras … A simple sticker, badge, keychain, … or any special sign makes it possible to distinguish between two objects in every respect like phones. Label your luggage. For the toys of your children, remember to write the surname and first name of the child on the label of the object.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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