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Online Reporting

Yreka Police Department Online Reporting

The Yreka Police Department is now accepting online reports. For emergencies, call 911. With this system you will be able file an online police report without waiting and print a copy of the report for free.

Online Reporting FAQs

What do I do if online incident reporting is not right for me?
If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call 530-841-2300.
What if this happened in another city can I file a report using this online police citizen reporting system?
No, If a crime took place outside of the City of Yreka, please call the police department for that city.
What if this happened on a state Freeway?
If this took place on a state Freeway please call the Highway Patrol Office nearest you.
What is a known suspect?
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.


Reporting Internet-Related Crimes

Through a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) , the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has been created to aid in the monitoring and reporting of internet-related crimes.  As a tool for local law enforcement, and especially citizens, IC3 will provide a centralized system for reporting internet fraud, internet harassment and threats, web based child exploitation, computer intrusion (hacking), and other such crimes.

In these budget driven times, the Yreka Police Department is determined to provide expanded public services, without additional costs to the citizens of Yreka.  New programs like the Internet Crime Complaint Center will offer an opportunity for citizens to access much needed services, while keeping local expenses at a minimum.

If you believe you have been a victim of an internet-related crime, please follow the below link to the Internet Crime Complaint Center's website.  There, you may make a report of the incident and it will be directed to the proper local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Internet Crime Complaint Center

Important:  If you believe your life is in danger, call 911 immediately!

"While the internet can be a safe and convenient place to do business, scammers are out there in "cyber world" targeting unsuspecting consumers.  The LooksTooGoodToBeTrue.com website was built to educate you, the consumer, and help prevent you from becoming a victim of an internet fraud scheme.  The website was developed and is maintained by a joint federal law enforcement and industry task force." - Chief Brian Bowles 

Crime and Traffic Reporting Online

In the future, you may also be able to file crime and traffic reports online.  Check back again soon!