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How do you use an online incident report?

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Online incident reporting varies by state, county and city, but generally speaking, those looking to file a report can visit a police department or government web page and look for an online incident report form. Consider the criteria for filling out a report and then follow the instructions. Once the report is filled out, you can print the completed report and record the case number for future reference.

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The online incident report service for the State of Indiana has links for filling out an initial incident report and for filling out a follow-up report. The reports are for the Indiana Bureau of Quality Improvement Services and waiver services for the Indiana Division of Aging.

The City of Bloomington in Indiana has an online incident report system from the Bloomington Police Department. Several conditions must be met in order to use the system. Some conditions include that the person reporting must be 18 years old or older, the incident happened within the Bloomington city limits, the incident is non-violent, there are no known suspects and no injuries to a person. The reporter can then enter a valid email and continue with the report by filling out the online form as designated.

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