Make an Online Report
We understand that your time is critical. Save time by using the links below to submit your report to the Police Department.
Read This Entire Page Before Starting Your Report
Answer the following questions to determine if reporting your incident online is right for you.
If you answered, “Yes” to question #4 please call the law enforcement agency for that city or county where the incident took place to report the matter.
If you answered, “No” to all of the above questions, you are ready to file your report online.
Using the Aurora Police Online Reporting System you can report the following incidents listed below (please choose one). This system allows you to file a non-emergency police report in cases where there is no suspect information and no immediate danger to persons or property, such as a vehicle break-in that happened overnight. The following options are available for online crime reporting:
Depending upon the type of information provided there may be a determination made to continue investigation the incident. A detective will not contact you unless additional information is required.
Warning - Filing a false police report is a crime.
Any person who knowingly provides false information or causes false information to be transmitted on a report to law enforcement authorities, whether regarding the incident or identity information of the parties involved, commits a third degree misdemeanor punishable by fines and will be prosecuted.
(ref: State Statute 18-8-111 and Aurora Code 94-380)
To receive a copy of your online report you must enter your email address. Please make sure to turn off any spam blocking or email filtering software before filing the report and/or save the following email address to your trusted list so you can receive your report: CoAuroraPd@coplogic.com
Report Lost or Missing Property
Definition : When property is missing or lost
Example : Property that is missing, leaving items in a restaurant, or missing from your home. If you are reporting a lost or stolen cellular telephone it is your responsibility to report the loss or theft to your cell phone provider.
Report Theft or Larceny
Definition : Your property is taken without your permission. This does not include a motor vehicle or property taken from your motor vehicle. If the theft is the motor vehicle or from the motor vehicle please call the Police Department at 303-627-3100.
Example : Items such as a lawn mower from your yard, a purse out of a grocery cart or a decorative statue from your garden.
Report Damaged Property or Vandalism (Not to a vehicle)
Definition : A person causes damage to real or personal property owned by you.
Example : Someone knocks down your mail box, breaks a window, or spray paints graffiti on your fence, house, or garage.
Report Vandalism to a Vehicle
Definition : A person causes damage to a motor vehicle owned by you.
Example : Some one scratches your car with a key, breaks out a tail or head light, or causes some other type of damage to your car.
Report Larceny from a Vehicle
Definition: Property is taken from inside your vehicle without your permission. This does include property removed from the bed of a pickup truck. This does not include the theft of a motor vehicle!
Example: Someone takes your cell phone, camera or other personal property item that you had left inside your vehicle.
Supplemental Report Stolen Property from a Burglary
Definition: If you have previously reported a burglary to the Aurora Police Department and have a case number that the responding officer provided, you may report additional stolen property that you have discovered missing on this report.
Example: You filed a burglary report with an Aurora Police officer and you have a case number. After the officer left, you found that your were missing more jewelry than you had originally reported to the officer and need to add the information to your report.
Report Non-Injury Vehicle Accident or Non-Injury Hit-And-Run Vehicle Accident
If your report is a “Non Injury Hit & Run Vehicle Accident” or a “Non Injury Vehicle Accident” be advised your report will not be investigated. You can report your accident directly using the Aurora Police Departments Accident Reporting System. The following must be true to file an accident report online:
Report Check Forgery
Description: The Act of falsifying a negotiable written instrument in order to collect money that does not belong to the forger.Report: Identity Theft
Example: Someone has stolen checks from you and removed money from your account by signing the check as you by falsifying your signature.
Description: The illegal use of someone else’s personal identifying information (such as Social Security number) in order to get money or credit.
Example: Someone has used your Social Security number to file a tax return and collect your IRS refund. Someone has opened a loan or credit card using your personal and financial identifying information.
Report: Fraud Illegal Use of a Credit or Debit Card
Description: Someone obtains the use of Credit or Debit cards without the owner’s consent. This can be the physical loss or theft of the credit/debit card or the illegal use of the credit/debit card number.
Example: You swipe your credit card at a gas station pump and find out later that your credit card number has been illegally used to purchase goods.
Report: Fraud Confidence Game/Scam
Description: An intentional misrepresentation of past or present facts in order to gain a person’s trust so that he/she will transfer money or property to the individual making the misrepresentation. Also called a con game.
Example: You receive a fake email from a family member who is on vacation. The email may state their wallet has been stolen and they need money immediately to pay their hotel bill, buy food, etc. The email provides an account to wire money. You wire the money only to find out the family member never had their wallet stolen.
Online Accident Reporting. Use this system to file an accident report electronically. This can be used only when immediate police assistance is not required. In an emergency, dial 911.
The following must be true to use online accident reporting: