Online Reporting


    File a Police Report Online       

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY OR CRIME IN PROGRESS, PLEASE CALL 911.

To file a Police Report Online, your incident must meet the following criteria: 

  • This incident is NOT an Emergency.
  • This incident is NOT school related.
  • This incident occurred within the Suffolk County Police District.
  • This incident is NOT occurring now.
  • There are NO threats of physical violence.
  • There are NO injuries.
  • There are NO known suspects.
  • This did not occur on a State Parkway.
  • This is NOT related to any Domestic Violence or Domestic Incident.
  • You must have internet access and an email address.
  • NO firearms were involved in the incident.
  • This incident did not happen because of your race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability or sexual orientation.

Types of Crime Reports That Can Be Filed Online:

  • Harassing Communications: Any person who repeatedly, with the intent to annoy, telephones or makes contact by means of an electronic communication. For example, immediate hang-ups, obscene language, emails, text messages with no known suspects.
  • Lost Property: Personal property that was unintentionally left by its true owner. For example, property left in a restaurant, in a shopping cart, on a sidewalk, or in a public place.
  • Criminal Mischief/Vandalism: Any person, who maliciously damages, destroys or defaces the property of another person. For example, knocking over a mailbox, spray painting a wall, or throwing a rock through a window.
  • Non-Criminal Property Damage: Any property that has been damaged through either unknown or non-criminal means. For example, you drop your cell phone, there is damage to your car from unknown means (this does not apply to hit and run accidents; these require a police officer), a rock from the road strikes your windshield (this does not apply to a person intentionally throwing a rock at your car).
  • Minor Traffic Accident: You were involved in a minor traffic accident with no injuries and the damage to your vehicle does not exceed $1,000.
  • Theft: When property is stolen but there has been no illegal entry or contact by the thief. Items stolen from your yard, driveway, vehicle or other common shared areas such as parking garages, laundry facilities of apartment complexes, or other public places.
  • Identity Theft: Someone obtains a credit card using your S.S.N. or obtains phone service using your personal information.
  • Police Information Report: Any information you wish to have on file or documented with the Police Department with no expectation of contact or follow up by the Police Department. 

                     

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