File an Online Police Report

Reminder! If your issue requires an IMMEDIATE police response, call 9-1-1! DO NOT file online.

(Click here for non-emergency phone numbers for agencies dispatched
by Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1.
)

Some of the law enforcement agencies served by SCR9-1-1 allow you to file a police report online for certain non-emergency crimes. Online reporting is appropriate IF:

  • This is not an emergency
  • The crime occurred within the jurisdiction of an agency that accepts online reports*
  • There are no known suspects
  • This did not occur on a state freeway
  • You have a valid email address to receive a copy of this report

If you answered yes to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online. 

*If you are not sure about the jurisdiction of the crime, click on the following map link to validate the address:
Police Jurisdictional Boundaries, or copy and paste the following link URL: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z0Pl4NvgacJs.kBzGU3ij7SQQ&usp=sharing

To use the map: Press the Search icon and enter the address where the crime occurred. The map will mark the location with a dot. Click the dot and on the left, text information will appear. The "Name" at the top of the page is the jurisdiction of that location.

Agency Online Reporting Links

Santa Cruz Sheriff's Office: http://report.citizenserviceportal.com/Report.aspx?agency=sccs
Santa Cruz Police Department: http://cityofsantacruz.com/departments/police/report-a-crime/online-police-reporting-system
San Benito Sheriff's Office: http://sbso.us/file-a-report
Hollister Police: http://hollister.ca.gov/government/city-departments/police/online-incident-reporting/

The reporting system for San Benito and Santa Cruz Sheriff's Offices requires a plug-in, Microsoft Silverlight, available for Internet Explorer.

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