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  Walnut Creek Police Online Crime Reporting

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.

1.     Is this an emergency?
2.     Is this crime currently in progress?
3.     Is this crime a violent crime (personal assault, kidnapping, robbery etc.), sex crime (rape, sexual assault etc.), stolen vehicle (truck, car, trailer, motorcycle etc.), lost/stolen license plate, home burglary, domestic violence, an assault and battery, or a traffic accident involving an injury?
4.     Did this incident occur outside the Walnut Creek City Limits?

If you answered, “Yes” to question #1, #2, or #3 call 9-1-1 to report the matter.

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.

Additional requirements

·          You must have a valid email address to use this system.
·          See the words: “your online report has been submitted”.
·          You will receive an email confirmation with a temporary police report number and notification that your report is pending final review.
·          A supervisor will review your online submittal and approve it OR reject it and request additional follow up information from you.  You will be notified the status of your report via email.

Once your report is approved, you will receive a permanent report number- this number appears in this format: 14-123456. 

Using the Walnut Creek Police Department Online Reporting System you can report the following incidents listed below. 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:

  • Harassing Phone calls/texts
  • Identity theft
  • Theft/lost property (excluding firearms, explosives or motor vehicles) 
  • Vandalism or graffiti
  • Violation of child custody order
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Accidents
  • RV permits
  • Tips-drug, gang, criminal or suspicious activity (Not an official report.  Provided information is considered a crime tip)
  • Supplemental reports (link under construction)

Please complete this form as accurately and completely as possible. This will help us screen your report for potential investigation. If you need to report more than one type of crime (or multiple instances), please complete a separate Report Form for each one. Each report will be reviewed. If additional information is needed or required you will be contacted by email or phone.

A detective will not contact you unless additional information is required.

Warning - Filing a false police report is a crime.

                                           Click here to file a police report online