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  • Report A Crime On-line
  • For a crime in progress, DIAL 911 NOW

  • The Sheriff's Office recognizes that reporting crime in our community can help law enforcement combat crime. Information provided by citizen's will help Sheriff's Deputies / Detectives investigate incidents, build cases against criminals or even solve a crime. The Sheriff's Office is pleased to serve the community with "Report A Crime On-Line". It is the easiest and most convenient way to file a police report without leaving home.
  • Citizens can now report various crimes on-line such as:
  • Theft
    Lost Property
    Vandalism Burglary Coin-Op Machine
    Phone Harassment Interference with Child Custody (Information Only)
    Trespassing Identity Theft
    Theft of Services Civil Problem
    Theft from Auto
    Graffiti
    Suspicious Circumstances Terrorism (Suspicious Activity) / National Security Awareness
  • CLICK ON TITLES BELOW TO REPORT TYPE OF CRIME:
  • Crime Reporting Form

  • Graffiti Reporting Form

  • Abandoned Auto Reporting Form

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  • A WARNING TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC: Please be advised that it is against the law & a serious crime to make a false police report. Anyone found to have submitted a false police report will be prosecuted under the authority of Texas Penal Code, Section 37.08, which shall be punishable as a Class B misdemeanor. Possible penalties are:
  • (1)  a fine not to exceed $2,000;
  • (2)  confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days; or
  • (3)  both such fine and confinement.
 
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