How do I file a police report online?
You may only report incidents that have occurred in the City of South San Francisco. If the incident you are reporting occurred in another jurisdiction, please contact the appropriate police or sheriff's department. It is required that you have an address for the incident you are reporting in the City of South San Francisco.

You cannot use the online form to report traffic accidents, hit and runs, and any other traffic related accidents. We do not complete reports for non-injury accidents. You must exchange your information with the other party involved.

You cannot use this form if you have suspect information. You must call the Police Department at (650) 877-8900. We do not take theft reports online.

We do not accept online reports for any financial crime, fraud, unauthorized use of a credit card, forgery, or identity theft. You must call the Police Department at (650) 877-8900 to report those crimes. If your report does not fit the above listed criteria it will be rejected when it is reviewed by police personnel and the reason for rejection will be emailed to you. This will cause you delay in the report of the crime. If you need help in determining what type of crime you are trying to report, or if you were prefer to report the incident on the telephone, please call the police dispatcher at (650) 877-8900. File a Police Report Online

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