Online Crime Reporting System
Step 1: Decide if You Can Report Online
Before making a report, make sure the following is true:
This is not an emergency
The incident occurred in the City of Salina
There are no known suspects
The incident did not involve a gun
You have a valid e-mail address
- Your case involves one of the following:
- Lost property
- Vehicle break-in
- Theft under $1,500
- Vandalism or Damage to Property
If you answered no to any of the above question or have questions, please call the Salina Police Department at 785-826-7210
STEP 2: Ready to File an Online Police Report?
Make sure you have all the information you need to submit your report such as:
When did it happen (date and time)
- Where did it happen (address or location)
- Who is reporting or owns the property
(name, date of birth, contact information)
- What was lost, stolen, or damaged (make, model, serial number, description, and estimated value of loss or damage)
- Next turn off popup blocking software
- Fill in the information as prompted by the online reporting program
STEP 3: What You Can Expect After You File Your Report
- You will see the words: "Your report has been submitted". This means your online report has been revived by the Salina Police Department for review and is pending approval.
- You report will automatically be assigned a temporary report number. You will be able to immediately print a copy of your submitted report for your records.
- All submitted reports will be reviewed. Upon review you may be contacted if further information is needed.
- Once your report has been approved, a Salina Police Department case number and a copy of the official report will be emailed to you. This will occur within 3 business days.
- Reports may be rejected if they do not meet online reporting requirements. You will receive email notification and a reason for rejection.
NOTE: Filing a false police report is a crime and is punishable under