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In observance of Independence Day, City Hall and all city offices will be closed Monday, July 4, 2022. Residential trash pick up will occur as usual.
Do you want to report a non-violent crime?
The Orlando Police Department offers you the ability to report non-violent and property crimes, such as a theft or vehicle break-in, online. These reports are used to understand crime patterns in our city and to help reduce overall crime.
If this is an emergency, or you know who committed this crime, please call 911 for an officer to respond in person.
You can report the following crimes online:
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 using this service.
Collect as much information as possible about your stolen property. Model numbers, serial numbers or any other way to identify your property are helpful.
We will ask for more information about you, your property and what happened.
Report a Non-Violent Crime Online
You will receive a tracking number immediately after your report. Once we review your report, if it's accepted you will receive a case number within two business days. You can give the case number to your insurance company for claims.
If you have more information, call us at 407.246.2470.
You can report the following crimes by phone:
Call 407.246.2470 to report your non-violent crime.
You will receive a tracking number during your phone call. Once we review your report, if it's accepted you will receive a case number within two business days. You can give the case number to your insurance company for claims.