Please contact the Port Angeles Police Department to file an incident report.
An investigator will contact you only when, and if, new information develops, your property has been recovered, or an arrest has been made. For more information or assistance call 360-452-4545.
Tip Form - Suspicious Activity
FILE A REPORT ONLINE
Port Angeles Police Department's online reporting allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the report for free.
INCIDENT TYPES AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE REPORTING:
- Burglary (no signs of forced entry/no evidence left behind)
- Identity Theft
- Lost Property
- Malicious Mischief/Vandalism
- Theft from Vehicle (No evidence left behind)
If You Can Answer 'YES" to the ALL of Following Questions,
Online Reporting is Available to You:
Is this NOT an emergency?
Did this incident occur within the Port Angeles City Limits?
Note: Not all locations containing "Port Angeles" in the mailing address are within Port Angeles Police Department's jurisdiction.
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Are there NO known suspects or evidence that could lead to the identification of a suspect?
Do you have an email address?
If you answered "no" to any question, please see below for the Frequently Asked Questions.
UPON COMPLETION YOU WILL:
See the words: "Your online police report has been submitted" showing that your report has been submitted for approval
Receive a temporary tracking number
Be able to print a copy of the report you submitted
All cases filed online will be reviewed.
Once the report has been approved, a Port Angeles Police Department case number and a copy of the report will be emailed to you.
Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
Reports that do not meet the above online reporting requirements will be rejected.
FILING A FALSE REPORT IS A CRIME.
ONLINE POLICE REPORTING - FAQs
Question: What do I do if online incident reporting is not right for me?
Answer: If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call 360-452-4545.
Question: What if this happened in another city? Can I file a report using this online system?
Answer: No. If a crime took place outside of the Port Angeles city limits, call the police department for that city or call the Clallam County Sheriff's office.
Question: What is a known suspect?
Answer: A known suspect is when you or someone else knows who the person is, or where to find the person who committed the crime - or - the license plate number of the vehicle involved.
NEW FEATURE!! CRIME REPORTS
Citizens of Port Angeles, and the surrounding community, can now find out what crimes are being committed in their neighborhood, city, and county through a free interactive website.
Currently working with over 1,500 participating law enforcement agencies, CrimeReports is the largest public crime-mapping and citizen tip network serving those who live in North America.
A special crime map reports on what crimes have been reported and where they're happening 24 hours every day. The Port Angeles and Sequim Police Departments and the Clallam County Sheriff's Office are all participating in the program that includes law enforcement agencies in the United States and Canada.
Citizens can access local crime maps and sign up for daily, weekly, or monthly crime alerts. They can also anonymously report informational tips to local law enforcement agencies, who are participating in the electronic crime prevention partnership.
The Port Angeles Police Department and other local public safety agencies are pleased to be able to share up-to-date neighborhood crime data with the citizens that they serve.
The new program will provide vital information in a timely manner to residents and businesses to help them make informed decisions that will increase their personal safety,and the safety of their neighborhood and community.