Online Reporting

Using the Online Reporting System

After you complete the report form, you may print a copy of the submitted information. However, submission of information does not guarantee that a police report will be made. You may not provide this submission as "proof" of a police report being taken. The only legal copy of a police report must be obtained from the Records Department by calling 509-625-4030.

It will be helpful to gather brand name, model name and number, serial number, color, and estimated current "garage sale value" of the stolen, lost, or damaged items. If you don't have this information readily available, but you are able to obtain it later, you can add it by calling Crime Check at 509-456-2233.


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File a report online.

Authorized institutions can report minor assaults that occur at the institution. If you meet the qualifications of an authorized institution, law enforcement would have given you a login name and password.

Form Access

If you feel you qualify as a valid institution and would like access to this assault form, please send your request to:

Spokane County and City of Spokane Valley
Captain John Nowels - Spokane County Sheriff's Office
1100 W Mallon
Spokane, WA 99260

Spokane City
Spokane Police Dispatch
1100 W Mallon
Spokane, WA 99260

Call 911 for any institution assault where any of the following are true:
  • The institution wants the suspect removed from the facility or
  • Serious bodily injury occurs or
  • A weapon was used or
  • This was a sexual assault or
  • The institution wants to press charges