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FAQ – Stolen Parking Permit

If a parking permit is stolen on University of Tennessee property (window on car was open, doors were unlocked, convertible/jeep with windows down, etc)

  • Report the theft to UTPD

 

First Step: Pick-up 7-day Courtesy Parking Permit from one of our locations:

  • Circle Park Information Booth  (7:00 am – 4:00 pm)
  • Parking & Transit Services (2121 Stephenson Dr 7:30 am – 4:45 pm)

 

Second Step: File a Stolen Permit at UTPD
located at 1100 Cumberland Ave 24 hours

  1. File the report in person at UTPD (Reminder that it is a crime to file a false police report)
  2. Get a copy of the Incident Complaint (CAD Complaint)
  3. Bring the report to Parking & Transit at 2121 Stephenson Dr (hours 7:30 am – 4:45 pm)
  4. Request a replacement permit; present photo ID and the documentation of the report 
  5. Cost for a replacement permit is $15.00 

 

Did You Know?

There is a $250.00 fine if a hangtag that was reported as lost/stolen is used. The person in possession is now subject to these consequences: 

$250.00 FINE: an altered or mutilated registration tag or parking permit violation, an unauthorized possession of registration tag or parking permit violation, and a falsification of registration information violation, the penalty for each of which is $250.00 AND the Parking Citation or Moving Violation Fine!

If the permit is found that was reported lost/stolen, the old permit must be brought to Parking and Transit. 

 

If a permit is stolen out of your vehicle off-campus, please work with your local law enforcement.

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