File a Police Report
Please do not use online reporting for emergencies. If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
To file an Online Police Report, use the link under External Links (bottom of this page).
Read ALL of the information below to determine if online reporting is appropriate.
- Remember, when filling out the form, only information with a red asterisk (*) is mandatory.
- Enter your email to receive the status of your report. Email is not used for any other purpose.
Using Online Police Reports
The following reports are appropriate for filing an Online Police Report:
- Additional Loss List
- Attempted Auto Theft or Vehicle Tampering
- Vehicle Burglary
- Harassing Phone Calls (see additional information below)
- Identity Theft
- Lost Property
- Minor Assault and/or Battery (no medical attention required)
- Non-Injury Accident
- Theft; Vandalism
- Violation of Court Order
- All Other Reporting (not otherwise listed)
To use the online reports form, please confirm:
It is NOT an emergency.
The incident does not involve domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, or a stolen vehicle.
The incident occurred within Stockton city limits.
If you answered "yes" to all of the above questions, you can file your report online.
Upon completing the report, print a free copy of the report for your records and look for:
- Confirmation text: "Your report has been submitted."
- Temporary case number
Online Reports Timeline
- Due to high volume, please allow up to 10 days for a permanent case number to be assigned.
- If further investigation is needed, you may be contacted.
- Filing a false police report is a crime.
Harassing Phone Calls
- You can file an Online Police Report for harassing calls if you do not know the person calling.
After completing the harassing phone calls report:
- Your phone service with the report number.
- Keep track of call times and the incoming phone number, if you have caller ID.
FAQ - Online Police Reports
- If this happened in another city, can I file a report using this system? No, please call the Police Department for that city unless you are reporting Identity Theft.
- Identity Theft can be reported no matter what city it occurred in, except where identity theft was used to file a false tax return. Instead, contact the IRS Identity Protection Unit at 1-800-908-4490.
- What if this happened on a State Freeway? Call the California Highway Patrol Office nearest you.
- What is a "known suspect"? When you or someone else knows the person, where to find the person who committed the crime or the license plate number of the vehicle in which the suspect(s) occupied.