Should I report suspicious activity in my neighborhood?

The Police Department depends on citizens calling to report crimes or suspicious activity. The Dispatcher who takes your call will ask questions about the activity to determine its nature and ask for descriptions of the people involved. You may be asked if an officer or detective may contact you but you may refuse contact and remain anonymous, if you wish.  You may also send us a text message or email to:  

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1. How do I get a copy of a police report?
2. Can I make a police report at any time of day and do I need to make an appointment?
3. Can I make a police report over the telephone or does a police officer have to come to my house?
4. Does the police department do fingerprinting, and when can I have my fingerprints done?
5. We have a problem with speeders in our neighborhood. What can we do about it?
6. Can I have the police department run a tag, check a driver's license, or see if there is a warrant for someone?
7. Can the police open my car if I have locked my keys inside?
8. Someone has abandoned a junk car in my parking lot or on my property. Can the police tow it away for me?
9. How do I apply for a position with the police department?
10. How can I find out if someone is in jail, when someone in jail can be visited and any other information about persons in jail?
11. What if I have a question about the status of my case?
12. Where do I go to pay my traffic citation?
13. My friend or relative is overdue returning home. How can I find out if they were in a traffic accident?
14. Should I report suspicious activity in my neighborhood?
15. What do you have to do to become a police officer? How do you get in the police academy?