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  Residents Encouraged to Use Online Reporting For Minor Crimes

Jul 09, 2015 11:44 ET

Our online reporting system launched about three weeks ago and residents are taking advantage of this convenient service. The most common crimes reported online in the past few weeks include theft from motor vehicles and property crimes.

Many caregivers have also utilized the Autism Registry to enter information about individuals under their care with autism. The record is available only to DRP personnel and includes updated photographs, physical descriptions, past wandering patterns and even advice as to how best approach the person.

For citizens wanting to report minor, non-emergent property crimes or to utilize the Autism Registry visit our website, click Online Services, choose the appropriate categories from the drop down boxes and report your minor property crime, including photos. Examples of minor property crimes with no suspects include:

Theft Under $5,000: Property taken, such as a lawnmower from your yard, bicycles stolen at school; purses taken from your shopping cart at the grocery store, with no suspects
Theft from Motor Vehicle Under $5,000: Wallets, purses, credit cards, GPS devices, retail purchases stolen from inside your locked or unlocked vehicle.
Lost Property: When you lose your keys, jewelry, cell phone, driver's licence, health card, etc.
Mischief - Property Damage Under $5,000: Deliberate damage or destruction of your property, such as knocked down mailboxes, broken windows, key scratches on cars, etc.
Mischief - Graffiti: Damage to property due to spray paint, such as graffiti on walls or fences.

Non-emergent property crime means there is no immediate threat your safety, no suspect on scene and no potential for injury. You can still call police at 1-888-579-1520 or visit the nearest police station to report a non-emergent crime if that is your preference.

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