Online Police Reporting

Qualifications & Process


If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Using this online citizen police 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 online reporting is right for you:
  • Are you in immediate physical danger?
  • Did the incident occur outside the city limits of Plano?
  • Do you have suspect information that should be promptly investigated?
  • Do you need to speak with an officer?
  • Is there physical evidence that needs to be collected?
  • Is this an emergency or in-progress incident?
If you answered no to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online. To ensure you don't encounter any problems while completing the online reporting process, make sure to turn off your pop-up blocking software before starting.

Please Note:
  • All incidents reported online will be reviewed.
  • Upon review, if further investigation of your incident is needed, you may be contacted for additional information.
  • You must be able to provide a valid state-issued ID or Driver License number and a telephone number where you can be contacted.
  • Filing a false police report is a crime.

Report


Using the Plano Police Department's Online Citizen Reporting System you may report several different incident types. Please select one from the list below and continue. If the incident you are reporting has a known suspect, you should instead call us.

Incident Type
Definition
Examples
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Communication made by telephone and/or electronic means which harass, annoy, alarm, or threaten another.
Immediate hang-ups, obscene language, repeated unwanted calls and/or texts, threatening messages.
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Leaving the scene of an accident without providing required license, insurance, or vehicle information.
Another driver struck your vehicle and did not stop to exchange information or leave written notice.
Fraud
The use of deception for an unlawful benefit or to deprive someone of a legal right or property.

A person obtains a credit card, loan, or service using your personal information (identity theft), a person knowingly issues a check without sufficient funds in the associated account (check fraud), a person uses someone’s credit or debit card without the cardholder’s consent or knowing the card is expired, cancelled, or otherwise fictitious or invalid (credit card or debit card abuse).
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Property no longer in the owner's possession, due to accident or negligence, which cannot be located.
Property no longer in the owner's possession, due to accident or negligence, which cannot be located.
TheftUnder2500 Unlawfully taking possession of another's property without their consent.
Items stolen from a locker, shopping cart, or other location where the suspect did not have to unlawfully enter a habitation or building to gain access.
VandalismUnder2500
Willful or malicious destruction, damage, or defacement of public or private property.
Knocking over a mail box, throwing rocks through windows, scratching a car, etc. (please attach pictures when reporting graffiti offenses).


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Additional information for a Plano Police report that has already been filed and issued an incident number.
You discovered additional items that were stolen or lost and would like to add them to the original report.

 Abandoned Vehicle An inoperable, illegally parked, wrecked, or partially dismantled vehicle on public property or on non-residential private  property without the consent of the property's representative, or a vehicle left unattended on the right-of-way of any public road or highway.  A wrecked car parked on the street in front of a residence, an inoperable vehicle left unattended in a parking lot, or a vehicle left on the shoulder of the highway.

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