COPLOGIC

Using the online citizen police report system allows citizens to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report without paying a fee.

Before proceeding, be sure your answer to all of the following questions is “Yes”.

  • This is not an emergency.  If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
  • Did the incident occur within Flint’s city limits?.  If a crime took place outside the City of Flint, please call the police department in that city.
  • There are no known suspects.  A known suspect is when you or someone else knows the person or where to find the person who committed the crime or the license plate number of the vehicle the suspect(s) were in.
  • The incident did not occur on a state highway.If this took place on a state highway please call the Michigan State Police Flint Post at (810) 732-1111.
  • Does the reporting person have an email address and a Michigan driver’s license or State ID? Free emails can be set up through Gmail or Yahoo.  For those who do not have Internet access, visit one of the City’s mini-stations and the volunteers will help you file your complaint.
  • Do you wish to report one of the following incidents?

 Burglary (Breaking and Entering): Creating an opening for entry into a building and there is physical intrusion into such a dwelling or building by any part of the intruder’s body. Example: Suspect breaks into a church, school, private home or your garage. A window is broken or a door is forced in order to enter a building so that property can be stolen. (ie: someone kicked in the back door and stole your TV set.)

Found Property: When item(s) of any value is located and does not belong to anyone known.  Example: Property that is located that you feel should be turned in or that someone may be looking for. A person finds someone’s wallet or jewelry.  The person reporting can either bring the property to the police station or hold onto the property for pick up by the police.

Fraud: Any deceit, trick, or design involving direct and active operation of the mind, used to circumvent and cheat another–something said, done, or omitted with the design of perpetrating what is known to be a cheat or deception.  Example: Suspect tricks you out of money for gain.

Fraud by Conversion: Any deceit, trick, or design involving direct and active operation of the mind, used to circumvent and cheat another–something said, done, or omitted with the design of perpetrating what is known to be a cheat or deception.  Example: Suspect borrows a stereo and then pawns it.

Fraud Check: Any deceit, trick, or design involving direct and active operation of the mind, used to circumvent and cheat another–something said, done, or omitted with the design of perpetrating what is known to be a cheat or deception.  Example: Writing a check on a closed or non-existing account.

Harassment: The act of systematic and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group, including threats and demands.  Example: Multiple telephone calls from an ex-boy/girlfriend that continue after warnings to stop.

Hit and Run: When a vehicle accidentally comes into contact with another and the driver leaves the scene without reporting the accident. Example: A vehicle strikes another vehicle or object and leaves the scene.

Identity Theft: Obtaining someone else’s personal identifying information and using it to obtain credit, goods or services. Example: Someone obtains a credit card using your S.S.N. or obtains phone service using your personal information.

Theft: Your property is taken without your permission. This does not include someone physically taking something from your person.   Example: Items stolen from your yard, driveway, porch or other common shared areas such as garages or laundry facilities of apartment complexes.

Theft from Vehicle: Property is stolen from a motor vehicle, which was either locked or unlocked.   Example: Stolen equipment or belongings from a vehicle.

Vandalism: The intentional and malicious destruction of or damage to the property of another. Damage is done to a business, public place or person’s private property. Example: A person or persons does damage to a street sign on purpose. Damaging or destroying property.

If you are now ready to file an online report, click here.