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There are several different incident types that can be entered using the internet. Please select one from the list below and continue. If the incident you are reporting has a known suspect, you should instead call us at (972) 771-7724. Filing a false police report is a crime.

  • DEFINITION: Someone uses your credit card, checks, or other personal information to obtain products or services. Please provide account/credit card numbers and specific information such as how much was charged and where charges occurred.

  • EXAMPLES: Forged checks, charges on your credit/debit card, accounts opened in your name or use of social security number/date of birth without your permission.


  • DEFINITION: Unwanted phone calls of an annoying, harassing or threatening nature.

  • EXAMPLES: Immediate hang-ups, obscene language,etc. with no known suspects.


  • DEFINITION: When property is missing or lost.

  • EXAMPLES: Property that is missing, leaving items in restaurant, or missing from home.


  • DEFINITION: Your property is taken without your permission. The total value of the property taken is less than $5,000 dollars, does not include a firearm or a vehicle and was not taken from a garage or shed.

  • EXAMPLES: Property known to be stolen may be reported. Lost property is not a theft.


  • DEFINITION: The act of changing, modifying, damaging or defacing public or private property. The total value of the damage is less than $5,000 dollars. This does not include graffiti offenses.

  • EXAMPLES: Broken window(s), knocking over a mail box, flattened tires, etc.


  • DEFINITION: The theft of any property from a motor vehicle whether locked or unlocked. The total value of the property taken is less than $1,500 dollars and does not include a firearm.

  • EXAMPLES: This includes stolen auto accessories (installed stereo equipment, vehicle rims, license plate, etc...) as well as items from a vehicle (purse, iPod, backpacks, CD's, GPS units, etc...).