How To File A Report
Remember: Filing a false police report is a crime (Florida Statute 837.05)
We currently do not have an online reporting system. Please call our main line at (386) 671-5100 to file a report.
If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Here's a few instances where you may need or want to file a report:
Harassing Phone Call
- If you have been the victim of unwanted phone calls of an annoying or harassing nature
- Do not use this to file for violations of restraining orders.
- After completing your report, please contact your phone service provider, as noted on your telephone bill, with the report number you receive at the end of this process. Follow your phone service provider's instructions and keep track of when calls occur and the number they are from (if you have caller ID).
- If you are aware of the individual or have a license plate of the suspect's vehicle that caused damage to your vehicle, please contact 911 if this occurred in the last 10 minutes.
- If more than 10 minutes have passed since the damage occurred and you know the individual or you have a license plate of the suspect's vehicle that caused damage to your vehicle, please call (386) 671-5100.
- If you have sustained any type of injury, please contact 911.
- Report your personal identifying information being used by someone other than you to obtain credit, goods or services.
- Click here for tips to prevent becoming a victim Identity Theft Identity Theft.
Non-Injury Traffic Accident
- Report a non-injury traffic accident where both parties have exchanged information
- A vehicle hit your vehicle and then fled without stopping to exchange information or before you could get a license plate.
- No parties involved appear to be under the influence of alcohol or narcotics.
- If any parties involved have sustained injuries or any parties involved appear to be impaired, please contact 911 immediately.
- Report property that is missing or lost.
- Report property that has been taken without your permission.
- Property known to be stolen can be reported. Lost property is not a theft.
- Changing, modifying or defacing public or private property.
- Examples include graffiti, knocking over a mail box, throwing rocks through windows, etc.