Online Police Report

These are the types of incidents you can report online:

  • -Theft
  • -Theft from Motor Vehicle
  • -Lost Property
  • -Damage to Property
  • -Damage to Motor Vehicle

The estimated value of loss or damage cannot exceed $1000.00. To report an amount larger than $1000, please contact the appropriate Minneapolis Police Precinct. If you don’t know the precinct, call 311 or use the Police Precinct Finder

For TTY/TDD customers please dial (612) 673-2157. If you are outside Minneapolis city limits or unable to reach 311, call (612) 673-3000.

*If you have possible suspect information, the Minneapolis 311 Call Center can take the report by phone for the five incident types listed above plus several other non-emergency incidents. See the Reporting Non-emergencies through Minneapolis 311 section for details.

 

Make sure you have all the information you need to submit your online police report

Not sure? See below for examples of the information you’ll be asked to provide in your report.

The online police report will ask…

  • -When it happened (date and time)
  • -Where it happened (street location in Minneapolis)
    •       Building address or closest intersection
  • -Who is reporting (your identity)
    •       Name, contact information, State Driver’s License or ID number
  • -Who owns the property involved
    •      Name and contact information
  • -What was lost, stolen or damaged
    •      Vehicles: Make, Model, Color, License Plate Number, Insurance-company name & policy number, etc.
      (Do not use E-Report to report a stolen vehicle. Unless the auto theft is in progress, first contact the Minneapolis Impound Lot at (612) 673-5777. If a crime is in progress, call 9-1-1.)
    •      Property other than vehicles: Serial Number, Product Name, Manufacturer, Description, Condition, etc
  • -For the details of the incident. There’s a section where you can describe in your own words, what happened.

 If you want to print a copy of your report, you must enter a valid email address in the online police report. A copy of the report will be sent to that email address. You can print or save that copy for your records.