A police incident report documents the factual details of a criminal incident. Written by the police officer(s) who investigate the incident, it describes the who, what, why, when and how of an incident, according to Utn... More »

Police incident reports are available through the local police department or sheriff's office that issued them. A list of websites where users can request reports is available through the website PoliceReports.us. As of ... More »

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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. Conside... More »

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When filing a police report, visit the police station nearest to where the crime took place, accurately report the incident and truthfully answer all of the officer's questions. The police investigate the events before h... More »

To write a police statement, list your contact information, specific details about the crime, such as the time and location of the incident, and names and contact information of the people who were involved, if possible.... More »

A police case number is the number identifying a specific incident in the police records system, according to the City of Minneapolis. This allows persons affected by the incident to request a police report to receive in... More »

A police report is a document detailing a crime or incidence. In most cases, a victim or witness of a crime advises local police, who generate a report to start an investigation. More »