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File A Police Report Online

Welcome to the Los Angeles Police Department Community Online Reporting Service.  Using this service allows you to submit select police reports at your convenience.
 

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

 

Types of Crime Reports That Can Be Filed Online:
 

  • Harassing Phone Calls:  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.
  • 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.

To File an Illegal Dumping Report Online:

  • Illegal Dumping: Willfully or intentionally depositing, dropping, dumping, placing, or throwing onto public or private property.  Illegal dumping is reported and handled by the City of Los Angeles Department of Sanitation.  Please click here to file a report.
 
IS COMMUNITY ONLINE REPORTING RIGHT FOR YOU?
 
 

Your incident must meet the following criteria:
 

  • The incident is not an emergency.
  • The incident occurred within the City of Los Angeles.
  • You must be at least 18 years old.
  • No one was injured as a result of this incident.
  • There are no known suspects.
  • The incident did not occur on the state highway.
  • No firearms were involved in the incident.
  • You must have internet access and an email address.


Once you have submitted your report:
 

  • You will immediately receive a temporary report number and be able to print a copy of the report you just made.
  • All incidents reported using the Community Online Reporting Service will be reviewed, on average once every 24 hours (possibly longer on weekends and holidays), and upon approval will become an official police report.
  • If further investigation of your reported incident is needed, you will be contacted by email or telephone.
  • Once the report has been approved, a LAPD report number will be issued and a copy of the final report will be emailed back to you.
  • The approval process may take up to five business days.  If you do not receive an email of the final report within five business days, please call your local police station.  Please click here to look up your Community Police Station and then click on the Division name to see the address and phone number.
  • Supplemental Reports cannot be filed online.  To add any additional information, please wait until you have received your final report with a LAPD report number and call your local police station to speak with the detective assigned to your case.


Please note:
 

  • Filing a false police report is a crime. Anyone filing a false police report may be prosecuted under California Penal Code section 148.5 PC. Filing a false police report is punishable by imprisonment in county jail not exceeding 6 months, or by fine not exceeding $1,000, or by both.

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FILING A FALSE POLICE REPORT IS A CRIME
Read about California Penal Code Section 148.5 PC

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If your incident did not meet the criteria for online reporting, please dial 1-877-ASK-LAPD (Toll Free)

(1-877-275-5273) (Voice and TDD/TTY) for Non-Emergency Police Response.


The Community Online Reporting Service (CORS) is ADA compliant and follows the U. S. Federal standards set forth in the "Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards" (Section 508).