File a Report

  1. File a Police Report

    Welcome to the Modesto Police Department Non-Emergency Citizens Online Police Reporting System. If this is an Emergency please call 911. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.

    Please Read Before Proceeding

    Confirm the following to find out if online citizen police report filing is right for you:
    1. Is this an Emergency?   Yes   No
    2. Does this incident involve domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, or a stolen vehicle?   Yes   No

    If you answered no 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.

    Upon completion of this report process you will:

    • See the words: "Your online police report has been submitted" indicating that your police report is complete.
    • Be given a police report case number once you recieve your email.
    • Be able to print a copy of the police report to keep for your records.
    • You will be emailed a case number within 72 hours.
    Please Note:
    • All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
    • Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted. If you are not contacted, no further investigation is performed.
    • By making an online report there is no expectation of further investigation.
    • Filing a false police report is a crime.

    Using the Modesto Police Department Police Online Citizen Reporting System you can report the incidents such as:

    Property Damage, Lost Property, Telephone Harassment, Thefts and Supplements

    Please be sure to review the entire list with definitions and examples on the following page. Please click on "Select Incident" to begin.

    If your incident is not listed in the category selection list, please call the Modesto Police Department (emergency 9-1-1; non-emergency 209-572-9500) to file your report.

    Victim's Bill of Rights

    California Constitution, Article1, Section 28(b)
    To serve and protect a victim's rights to justice and due process, a victim shall be entitled to 17 rights called Marsy's Rights.

    If you are having problems with this website, try using a different browser, otherwise please contact the Administrative Supervisor Dave Mullins at 209-342-6175.

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