If you're looking to submit a police report for a minor incident or for insurance or bank purposes, you're in the right place.
- Is this an emergency?
- Is the crime in-progress?
- Is your home currently being broken in to or has it been?
- Are you witnessing a fight, criminal activity, etc.?
- Do you know or can you describe ANY of the suspects?
- This includes: Do you have video surveillance of the suspects?
- Is the combined financial loss more than $2,500?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, stop now and dial 911!
If you answer no to all of these questions and this incident happened within Redmond city limits, you are ready to file your online report.
Your address may say Redmond, but you may live in King County Sheriff's jurisdiction. If you aren't sure, enter the address to verify.
This Online Reporting program is not monitored 24/7. Your report will be reviewed within 3 business days.
After completing your online report, you will be given a temporary case number until your report is approved. Do not give this temporary case number to your insurance company. Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted. After your case is reviewed and approved, you will then be given a final case number.
Reporting a Crash
Drivers involved in minor and non-emergency traffic crashes may file their own crash report. For details and a report form, please visit Washington State Patrol.
If you are a victim of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tax Fraud, please use the Internal Revenue Service's Form 14039 (PDF) Opens a New Window. and follow the instructions for submitting the affidavit to the Internal Revenue Service.
Reporting an Internet Scam
Please report internet scams to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Center and follow the instructions.
If you are a victim of any type of fraud not described above - including Identity Theft - please use our online reporting.