The Culver City Police Department now offers the ability to report a crime online. Using this system allows you to submit a report immediately. However, without having a police officer taking the report, it is vital that people understand the standards involved. Making the system efficient will allow it to function as it was intended.
How to Report a Crime:
Please confirm the following to find out if online filing is right for you:
1) This is not an emergency.
2) This incident occurred within Culver City limits.
3) This did not occur on a state freeway.
4) This does not involve motor vehicle and/or license plate theft.
5) This does not involve a theft from someone unlawfully entering your home.
If all of the statements above apply to your case, you are ready to file your report online.
For emergencies, please call 911.
For non-emergencies you may also call (310) 253-6208.
Types of incidents that can be reported online:
– Custody Order Violation
– Harassing Phone Call
– Hit and Run
– Identity Theft
– Lost Property
– Minor Vehicle Accident
– Traffic Complaint
– Vehicle Tampering
Upon completion of this process you will: See the words: “Your report has been submitted” showing that your report is complete. You will also be given a temporary case number and be able to print a copy of the report to keep for your records.
Please Note: All cases filed online will be reviewed. Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted. Filing a false police report is a crime under California Penal Code 148.5.
Visit www.culvercitypd.org to file a report.