The St. Cloud Police Department offers you the ability to report non-violent and property crimes, such as a theft or vehicle break-in, online. This serves to add convenience to our citizens and another way for our community to keep us informed.
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY
If this is an emergency, please call 911 for an officer to respond in person. If there is a suspect that you can identify, you cannot report online. You must be 18 years of age, or older to file your report online.
You can report the following incidents online:
Harassing phone calls (with an unknown caller)
Lost or Stolen License Plate
Fraud (Identity Theft)
Ongoing Noise Complaints
Parking Lot Traffic Crashes
Past Suspicious Incidents
Tips, Complaints or any Issues you want brought to the Department’s Attention
*Many property crime cases yield no physical evidence or fingerprints. To ensure law enforcement resources are used efficiently for our community, officers do not go to your location to collect evidence or fingerprints if you report a property crime using this service.
You will receive a confirmation email immediately after submitting your report. Once we review your report, if it’s accepted you will receive a case/event number within two business days. You can give the case number to your insurance company for claims.
Contact us if you need to update your case
If you have more information, call us at 407.891.6700.
Under Florida Law, email addresses are public records
If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. (SB 80 Florida State Law.)