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File A Report Online
Welcome to the Pinellas Park Police Department online reporting system.
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911
Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and obtain an unofficial copy of the police report for your records. Before using the online reporting system, be aware that the incident must meet the following conditions.
- This is NOT an emergency.
- Are there firearms or other weapons involved? If so, you can NOT use this system, and you will need to file your report with an officer.
- This incident MUST have occurred within the City of Pinellas Park, Florida.
- There are NO known suspects. IF YOU HAVE A SUSPECT you can NOT use this system, and you will need to file your report with an officer.
- This means neither you nor someone else knows the person who committed the crime or their location.
- You must have a valid return email address in order to file this online report.
- You must be 18 years of age or older to file an online report.
- If you need to file a police report regarding a stolen tag, or motor vehicle (car, motorcycle, scooter, boat) you will need to speak with an officer to file such a report.
*You always have the ability to speak with an officer, and you are NOT required to use the online reporting system.*
Ready to file an online police report?
Make sure you have the following information to submit your report:
- When the incident happened (date and time)
- Where the incident occurred (address, location and name of business if applicable)
- Who is reporting this incident (name, date of birth, address, contact information)
- Who is involved in this incident (name, date of birth, address, contact information)
- If this report involves property (make, model, serial number, description and estimated value of the property)
What to expect after you file your report
- You will see the words “your report has been submitted”. This means that your online report has been received by the Pinellas Park Police Department’s online reporting system.
- Your report will automatically be assigned a Temporary Report Number. You will be able to immediately print a copy of the temporary report.
- All submitted reports will be reviewed and investigated by an officer if required. Upon review, you may be contacted if further information is needed.
- Once your police report has been approved, a permanent Pinellas Park Police Department case number will be assigned to your report.
- Should you need an official copy of your report, please contact the Pinellas Park Police Records Section at 727-369-7836 or by email at email@example.com.
- Reports that do not meet online reporting requirements will be rejected. If this occurs, you will receive email notification with a reason for the rejection. You may be asked to provide additional information and resubmit the report.
Need to report a late reported Traffic Crash?
The driver of a vehicle involved in any traffic crash that:
- Results in injury to or death of any persons
- Involves an intoxicated driver
- Involves a “hit and run” driver
Shall immediately, by the quickest means of communication, give notice of the crash to the local law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction, and must be reported to an officer.
If the accident does NOT meet the above listed criteria, you can report the crash online or you may download the report and complete for insurance purposes. If you need the assistance of a police officer, please call 727-369-7864 if it is NOT an emergency and 911 if it is an emergency.
To report a traffic crash online or to download the report, please use the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ Online Crash Report application.
Are you the Victim of a Fraud Related Offense
- If you are a Victim of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tax Fraud – Please use: Internal Revenue Service’s Form 14039 and follow the instructions for submitting the affidavit to the Internal Revenue Service.
- If you are a Victim of an Internet Scam – Please report the incident to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center and follow the instructions.
- If you are the Victim of Unemployment Fraud – Please report the incident the incident to the Florida Department of Financial Services and follow the instructions.
- If you are a Victim of any type of fraud not described above, to include Identity Theft, you may use the Pinellas Park Police Department’s online based reporting system to report the incident.
Any intentionally false information or misstatement may result in criminal prosecution.
Using the Pinellas Park Police Department’s online reporting system you can report one of the following incidents.
Please choose one of the following to start your report.
- Abandoned Vehicles
- Additional Property Lists/Supplement
- Animal Complaint/Barking Dog
- Bicycle Registration
- Bicycle Theft
- Bullying Incidents
- Business Contact Information Form
- Check Fraud (less than $300)
- Credit Card Fraud (less than $300)
- Crime Tips
- Drug/Narcotic Activity Complaint
- Extra Patrol Request
- Harassing Phone Calls
- Hit & Run Crash Report (property damage only)
- Identity Theft
- Illegal Dumping
- Information Reports
- Lost Property
- Mail Theft/Stolen Packages
- Property Damage Report
- Residential/Commercial Burglary (curtilage only)
- Shoplifting (loss prevention officer file online)
- Street Light Outage
- Theft (less than $750)
- Traffic Complaint
- Vacation Watch
- Vandalism/Criminal Mischief (less than $1,000)
- Vehicle Burglary (late reported)
CRASH REPORTS MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH THE BELOW DHSMV PORTAL
To report a property damage traffic crash please use the
Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ Online Crash Report application
If your incident is not listed in the category selection list, please call the Pinellas Park Police Department (emergency 9-1-1; non-emergency 727-369-7864) to file your report.