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Citizen Online Police Reporting

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Welcome to the Salt Lake City Police Department Citizen Online Police Reporting System. Using this online reporting system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.

Please confirm the following to find out if Citizen Online Police Report filing is right for you:

  • This is not an Emergency?
  • This incident occurred within the Salt Lake City jurisdiction? View maps.
  • There are NO known suspects?
  • This did not occur on a state highway?
  • You have a current email address, that you check regularly, to find out if additional information is required or your report has been accepted.

If you answered YES to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online. Please make sure to turn off your pop-up blocking software before filing the report. If you answered NO to any of the questions please look at our frequently asked questions section. Start by choosing a category from those listed below.

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  • Harassing Phone Call

    Select this category to report harassing telephone calls or text messages.

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    Utah Code: 76-9-201. Telephone harassment.

    (1) A person is guilty of telephone harassment and subject to prosecution in the jurisdiction where the telephone call originated or was received if with intent to annoy, alarm, intimidate, offend, abuse, threaten, harass, or frighten another at the called number, the person:

    • a) makes repeated telephone calls, whether or not a conversation ensues, or after having been told not to call back, causes the telephone of another to ring repeatedly or continuously;
    • b) makes a telephone call and insults, taunts, or challenges the recipient of the telephone call or any person at the called number in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response; or
    • c) makes a telephone call and threatens to inflict injury, physical harm, or damage to any person or the property of any person.

    (2) Telephone harassment is a class B misdemeanor.

  • Hit and Run

    Select this category to report a “Hit and Run” accident if there are no injuries, no witnesses, no suspects.
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  • Identity Theft

    Select this report category if you have been the victim of identity theft.

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    Utah Code: 76-6-1102. Identity fraud crime.
    (1) As used in this part, “personal identifying information” may include:
    (a) name;
    (b) birth date;
    (c) address;
    (d) telephone number;
    (e) drivers license number;
    (f) Social Security number;
    (g) place of employment;
    (h) employee identification numbers or other personal identification numbers;
    (i) mother’s maiden name;
    (j) electronic identification numbers;
    (k) electronic signatures under Title 46, Chapter 4, Uniform Electronic Transactions Act;
    (l) any other numbers or information that can be used to access a person’s financial resources or medical information, except for numbers or information that can be prosecuted as financial transaction card offenses under Sections 76-6-506 through 76-6-506.6; or
    (m) a photograph or any other realistic likeness.
    (2) (a) A person is guilty of identity fraud when that person knowingly or intentionally uses, or attempts to use, the personal identifying information of another person, whether that person is alive or deceased, with fraudulent intent, including to obtain, or attempt to obtain, credit, goods, services, employment, any other thing of value, or medical information.
    (b) It is not a defense to a violation of Subsection (2)(a) that the person did not know that the personal information belonged to another person.
    (3) Identity fraud is:
    (a) except as provided in Subsection (3)(b)(ii), a third degree felony if the value of the credit, goods, services, employment, or any other thing of value is less than $5,000; or
    (b) a second degree felony if:
    (i) the value of the credit, goods, services, employment, or any other thing of value is or exceeds $5,000; or
    (ii) the use described in Subsection (2)(a)(ii) of personal identifying information results, directly or indirectly, in bodily injury to another person.
    (4) Multiple violations may be aggregated into a single offense, and the degree of the offense is determined by the total value of all credit, goods, services, or any other thing of value used, or attempted to be used, through the multiple violations.
    (5) When a defendant is convicted of a violation of this section, the court shall order the defendant to make restitution to any victim of the offense or state on the record the reason the court does not find ordering restitution to be appropriate.
    (6) Restitution under Subsection (5) may include:
    (a) payment for any costs incurred, including attorney fees, lost wages, and replacement of checks; and
    (b) the value of the victim’s time incurred due to the offense:
    (i) in clearing the victim’s credit history or credit rating;
    (ii) in any civil or administrative proceedings necessary to satisfy or resolve any debt, lien, or other obligation of the victim or imputed to the victim and arising from the offense; and
    (iii) in attempting to remedy any other intended or actual harm to the victim incurred as a result of the offense.

    Amended by Chapter 77, 2013 General Session
    Amended by Chapter 119, 2013 General Session
    Amended by Chapter 278, 2013 General Session

  • Lost Property

    Select this report category to report lost property. Please provide as much detail as possible in describing your property and the circumstances of its loss.

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  • Supplemental Report

    Select this report category if you wish to add information to an existing report. You must supply the original case number.
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  • Theft

    Select this report category to report a theft if there are no injuries, no witnesses, and no suspects.
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  • Traffic Accident – No Injuries

    Select this report category if you are in an accident without injuries. Before starting please make sure you have your car and driver’s license information and, if another vehicle was involved, please also have the other driver’s name and license plate number.

    Examples:
    • You are involved in an accident where there is damage to your car but nobody is injured or requires medical attention.
    • You hit a post or mailbox and nobody is injured.

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  • Vandalism

    Select this report category to report all cases of vandalism without injuries, witnesses or suspects — except Vehicle Vandalism.
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  • Vandalism of a Vehicle

    Select this report category to report vandalism of a vehicle without injuries, witnesses or suspects.
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  • Vehicle Burglary

    Select this report category to report a vehicle Burglary, also known as a “car prowl.” For example, items were stolen from your car. If your vehicle has been stolen, please call the non-emergency dispatch number, (801) 799-3000, to file a report.
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  • Vehicle strip

    Select this report category if your license plates or any other exterior item on your vehicle has been stolen.
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    IMPORTANT: You must put a phone number in at least one of the phone number fields (Home, Cell or Business) in case the follow up Detective needs to contact you for additional information. Follow up contact will NOT be made to an email address.

    Please Note:

    • All cases filed using the Citizen Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
    • Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
    • Filing a false police report is a crime.
    • You must start your case here to get a copy of the report here. And only the categories listed above are reportable online at this time. To request copies of other case reports, you must file a GRAMA request. Click here.

    Upon completion of this report process you will:

    • See the words: “Your online police report has been submitted” showing that your police report is complete.

    Upon the Salt Lake City Police Department’s acceptance of your report you will:

    • Be given a permanent police report case number.
    • Be able to print a copy of the police report to keep for your records.

    • Online Report - Frequently Asked Questions

      Below is a list of frequently asked questions regarding our online reporting system. We hope this answers any questions you may have. If this page doesn’t answer your question, feel free to contact us.

      How do I enter an address?
      To speed up the review and processing of your report, it will help if you enter addresses in the following manner. If both portions of the address are simple N S E or W, you should leave the St Type field blank.

      St#
      315
      300
      750

      St Dir
      E
      N
      S

      St Name
      200 S
      East Capitol
      West Temple

      St Type

      Blvd
      St


      What do I do if online incident reporting is not right for me?
      If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call 801-799-3000.

      What if this happened in another city? Can I file a report using this online police citizen reporting system?
      No, If a crime took place outside of the Salt Lake City Police Department’s jurisdiction please call the police department for that city.

      What if this happened on a state Freeway?
      If this took place on a state freeway, please call the Highway Patrol Office nearest you.

      What is a known suspect?
      A known suspect is when you or someone else knows the person or where to find the person who committed the crime or the license plate number of the vehicle the suspect(s) were in.

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