Online Citizen Reporting System

Welcome to the Kansas City Police Department Citizen Reporting System
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Using this online reporting system allows you to submit a report immediately, at your convenience, and print a temporary, unapproved copy of the report for free.
Before You Begin

Not all crimes, tips, and requests are eligible to complete an online report. Only those that fit under a reporting offense category, listed below, and meets all of the following criteria:

- Occurred within Kansas City, Missouri city limits
- No one was injured
- You were not the victim of a hate crime
- A firearm was not involved
- Your license plate or car was not stolen
- Follows known suspect requirements

If your report does not meet this criteria, you are unable to file a report online. If your report does match the criteria, you may select a Report Offense below to proceed. To submit a report in person at a station, find your nearest station and visit during open station hours.

Read the FAQs for more information

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Learn how the online reporting system works
KCPD's new online reporting system gives citizens the ability to self-report certain crimes online. Watch this video to learn important details to understand before you submit a report, how to submit an online report, and what to expect after submission.
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Leaving the scene of an accident without providing required license, insurance, or vehicle information.

Accidents where no one is injured, vehicle is drivable, and parties have exchanged information.

A person obtains an item for sale from a business without rendering proper payment for that item.

Willful disobedience of custody terms outlined in a court order.

Suspected drug activity at a specific location or involving a suspected drug dealer.

A request for additional police presence at a specific location.

The use of someone else’s credit/debit card without their permission.

Using someone else’s personal identifying information without their consent to obtain credit, goods, or services. Are you the victim of both identity theft AND the Fraudulent Use of a Credit Device? Make one report for Identity Theft and put the information regarding fraudulent use of your credit card in the narrative of your report.

When property is missing or lost, with no indication it was stolen.

Unwanted phone calls or an annoying, harassing, or threatening nature.

Willful destruction of your property or vehicle, not the result of an accident. A theft did not occur.

Your personal property is taken without your permission (lost property is not a theft). If your vehicle was damaged as a result of the theft, please include that information within your report. If your vehicle was stolen, this type of offense requires immediate data entry and cannot be handled in an online report.

A request for extra traffic enforcement for a specific traffic related problem or situation.