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LANE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE

125 E 8TH AVE , OR 97401

Welcome to Public Safety Citizens Service Portal


Instructions

Thank you for participating in the Lane County Sheriff's Office self-reporting program. Although we remain deeply committed to providing our county residents with the best service possible, our current funding has restricted our immediate call response to life threatening situations, in-progress calls and 9-1-1 emergencies. By allowing the Sheriff's Office to record your loss via this form, our limited patrol resources will be better focused on those calls for service which require an immediate on-scene deputy response.

The Citizen Self-Report Form is intended to help document the facts surrounding the crime you are reporting. When submitted to the Sheriff's Office, the form will be reviewed by a Sergeant for clarity, completeness, legibility and crime classification. If your report meets acceptance criteria, it will be processed as the actual report for your incident. It will be assigned a permanent case number and will be maintained as an official document of the Sheriff's Office. You may call our Police Records Unit at 541-682-4141 at a later date to obtain the case number for your records if needed.

This form is primarily used for property crimes and misdemeanor person crimes with or without suspect information. This form IS NOT for reporting crimes such as robbery, assault with serious injury, sex crimes, stolen vehicles, crimes which include the use or theft of firearms, or violation of restraining/stalking orders. If you are trying to use this form to report that type of incident, or you're not sure how your incident should be reported, please contact our Dispatch Center at 541-682-4141 to discuss your situation further.

It is important that all available information be filled in where requested. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT FOR STOLEN PROPERTY. Failure to completely provide the requested information may result in the report being sent back to you for correction / clarification. If the requested information doesn't apply to your case, please write "N/A" in that section. If the information is unknown, please write "UNKNOWN". In this way, we will know that the information hasn't just been overlooked.

In order to help you document your crime fully, please read the following explanations for terms used on the Citizen Self Report Form:

  • WITNESS INFORMATION pertains to a person who not only observed the incident, but has information about the incident even if they didn't see it.
  • CRIME INFORMATION should include the actual location of the property when it was stolen/damaged. Example: vehicle was parked in the driveway, or bicycle was in the backyard.
  • SUSPECT INFORMATION could include suspicious persons or vehicles observed in the area.
  • STOLEN / MISSING / DAMAGED PROPERTY LIST - It is extremely important to list the value or estimated value of each item so we can determine the degree of crime committed. If complete descriptions, identification, serial numbers, and value are not provided, your stolen / missing articles cannot be entered into the local/state/national computer systems which can greatly assist in the recovery of your property.

What are you Reporting?


Please SELECT from the list below by clicking the row that best reflects the type of report you want to file.

After selecting the report type you can move to the next tab by clicking next or by using the tabs on the top of the screen.

Select Report Type Definition Example Property Vehicles Media MoreNames RequireProperty RequireVehicle
Burglary Open Garage An unknown person entered your attached open garage intending to commit a crime such as a theft. You left the rollup door of your attached garage open all night and someone stole your lawn mower.
Burglary Outbuilding An unknown person broke into your unattached garage or shed intending to commit a crime such as a theft. ** Not a storage facility. An unknown suspect broke into your shed and stole your lawn mower.
Graffiti/Tagging An unknown person causes damage to your property by painting graffiti on it or tagging. An unknown suspect does damage to your fence by painting on it.
Hit/Run Unattended An unknown person collided with your parked unoccupied car or property and did not attempt to locate your or leave a note. An unknown suspect crashed into your fence and damaged it and left without contacting you in any way.
Identity Theft/Fraud An unknown person uses your Credit Card number or other personal identifiers to gain services or merchandise without your consent. You found unauthorized charges on your credit card or somebody is using your social security number.
Illegal Dumping The depositing of rubbish, waste matter, or garden refuses in City streets in any manner other than those authorized by Clark County Placing appliances on a street where the individual does not live or during any time other than a neighborhood pickup day, dumping green waste or other household garbage on roadways
Informational Report You have miscellaneous information you want the police to know and are not concerned about documenting the information in a report for others to know about. You have information that your neighbor may be involved in criminal activity and you are not concerned for your safety or the neighbor knowing you reported this to the police.
Lost Property You have property that was misplaced or inadvertently left in a public place and cannot be found. You left your laptop on the top of your car and drove to your destination. The laptop was lost on the way.
Mail Theft Theft of US mail from a mailbox or receptacle. Letters, bills, etc. stolen from a mailbox or receptacle. Note: If any of your personal information or checks were used after the mail theft, please include this in the narrative portion of your report.
Telephone Harassment An unknown person is calling you on the phone with the intent to harass, intimidate, torment or embarrass you. An unknown person calls you repeatedly or at an extremely inconvenient hour, whether or not conversation ensues.
Theft When property is taken without your permission that is valued at $5000.00 or less. This does not include someone physically taking something from your person Items such as a bicycle from a yard, purse from shopping cart, taking property from a building/residence by someone that had permission to be there and took the property without owner’s permission. Lost property is not a theft.
Theft – Shoplifting Your property is taken without your permission during business hours. Items such as alcohol, groceries and other goods are stolen from your business during business hours or by someone that had permission to be there and took the property without owner’s permission. Lost property is not a theft.
Theft from Vehicle Property is stolen from your locked/unlocked vehicle. Items such as clothes, books, purse, garage door opener taken from inside your locked or unlocked vehicle.
Vandalism An unknown person causes actual damage to your property. This does not include vehicle damage caused by another vehicle. An unknown person causes actual damage to your property. This does not include vehicle damage caused by another vehicle.
Type Burglary Open Garage
Example You left the rollup door of your attached garage open all night and someone stole your lawn mower.
Type Burglary Outbuilding
Example An unknown suspect broke into your shed and stole your lawn mower.
Type Graffiti/Tagging
Example An unknown suspect does damage to your fence by painting on it.
Type Hit/Run Unattended
Example An unknown suspect crashed into your fence and damaged it and left without contacting you in any way.
Type Identity Theft/Fraud
Example You found unauthorized charges on your credit card or somebody is using your social security number.
Type Illegal Dumping
Example Placing appliances on a street where the individual does not live or during any time other than a neighborhood pickup day, dumping green waste or other household garbage on roadways
Type Informational Report
Example You have information that your neighbor may be involved in criminal activity and you are not concerned for your safety or the neighbor knowing you reported this to the police.
Type Lost Property
Example You left your laptop on the top of your car and drove to your destination. The laptop was lost on the way.
Type Mail Theft
Example Letters, bills, etc. stolen from a mailbox or receptacle. Note: If any of your personal information or checks were used after the mail theft, please include this in the narrative portion of your report.
Type Telephone Harassment
Example An unknown person calls you repeatedly or at an extremely inconvenient hour, whether or not conversation ensues.
Type Theft
Example Items such as a bicycle from a yard, purse from shopping cart, taking property from a building/residence by someone that had permission to be there and took the property without owner’s permission. Lost property is not a theft.
Type Theft – Shoplifting
Example Items such as alcohol, groceries and other goods are stolen from your business during business hours or by someone that had permission to be there and took the property without owner’s permission. Lost property is not a theft.
Type Theft from Vehicle
Example Items such as clothes, books, purse, garage door opener taken from inside your locked or unlocked vehicle.
Type Vandalism
Example An unknown person causes actual damage to your property. This does not include vehicle damage caused by another vehicle.

Who is Making this Report?


Please provide your information below.

Information that is required to complete this tab are marked with a red label.

Personal Information:

First Name:

Middle Name:

Last Name:

Sex:

Race:

Date Of Birth

DL Number:

DL State:



Contact Information:

If possible, please provide the following:

  • The best address to contact you at.
  • The best phone number for each one listed.
  • The best e-mail address to reach you at.

Address :

Apt #:

City:

State:

Zip Code :


Home Phone :

Cell Phone :

Work Phone :

Email Address :




If you are reporting for a business enter the Business Name:







Where did the Incident Happen?


Please let us know where the incident occured.

Information that is required to complete this tab are marked with a red label.

Location:

Address :

Apt #:

City:

State:

Zip Code :

If the location of the incident is the same as the address entered on the previous page, click here.


Time Occurred:

When did the incident take place? Please provide the closest time when the incident occurred.

If you know how long the incident lasted, please enter that as well.

If you cannot provide a timeframe, please use the current time.


Manual Input Range Selector

Start Date:

End Date:

Start Time:

End Time:

AM/PM:

AM/PM:


Are you able to identify someone involved?


If you are able to provide any information on a suspect, enter any valid information below.

Information that is required to add a person are marked with a red label.

Identification Information:

Involvement:

First Name:

Middle Name:

Last Name:

Sex:

Race:

Date Of Birth

Age:

Description:





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Was Personal Property Involved?


If any Personal Property was involved, please describe each item below.
You can enter as many items as necessary.
Information that is required to insert an item are marked with a red label.

Property Information:

Reason for Report:

Type of Property:

Quantity:

Reported Value :

Brand Make :

Model:

Color:


Serial Number:

Applied Number:

Description of Item:

Comment:





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Vehicle Information


If any Vehicles were involved, please describe each item below.
You can enter as many items as necessary.
Information that is required to insert an item are marked with a red label.

VIN and License Plate Number are marked as required, however only one of them needs to be entered to be able to save the vehicle.

Vehicle Information:

Make:

Model:

Vehicle year:

License Plate Number:

LP State:

Vin Number:

Vehicle Style:

Vehicle Type:

Damage Amount:

Color Top:

Color bottom:


Description of Item:





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Tell Us What Happened


Please describe the crime and provide as much detailed information as you can about the case and any other information that you feel is important to the investigation of the case.



You will have an opportunity to put more detailed information about vehicles and property later in the report.



Description:


Upload Images


If there are any images that can be associated with this report, the images can be included by clicking the Choose File button.

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Summary of Incident


Please review the summary of the case, and verify that the information is correct.

If any information is not correct, click the edit button above the information you want to edit.

If you start a new report without submitting this one, you will have to re-enter the information.

If all of the information shown is correct click the "Submit Report" button. You will be shown your case reference number and be able to print the report.



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Your report has been successfully submitted and will be reviewed by the agency. If you would like a printed copy of the preliminary report please select the "Print Report" button.