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Welcome to the Casper Police Department Online Reporting Service.

If this is an emergency, please call 911 immediately. 


The Casper Police Department has implemented a new, Online Reporting program which will allow  #ourCommunity to easily and efficiently report non-emergency incidents of crime that meet certain  criteria. Online reporting allows our citizens to conveniently file police reports according to their      schedule, 24-hours a day.   Generally, these online reports should be used for non-emergency
incidents which meet simple criteria.  The incident needs to have occurred within the city limits of  Casper, (with the exception of Animal Problems, which encompass Casper, Bar Nunn, and  unincorporated Natrona County) and are not to be used when the crime or incident is actively  occurring. Each type of online report will have specific requirements associated with that type of  incident. At this time, the following categories of online reports are available for use:

Civil Report
Lost/Stolen Bicycles
Animal Problems
Vandalism, Graffiti, and Property Damage
Property Theft
Hit and Run
Identity Theft and Fraud
Lost Property

Please read the Form Details associated with each category of online reporting prior to filling out and submitting a report to ensure that the form requirements are met.  The Casper Police Department
will review your incident and you will receive confirmation that your incident has been received
d reviewed.

The Online Reporting site will be live and available for use on September 5, 2023. Please follow the link below to submit your online report.


The Casper Police Department is dedicated to the protection and safety of our community through the highest standards of professionalism in police services.  We encourage our citizens to provide as much information as possible at the time of the report filing so that we can best resolve the crime or incident as quickly as possible.  Citizens who submit an online report can expect a professional review of their report, and follow-up and investigation where possible. 

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  • If you are a Victim of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Tax Fraud - Please use the Internal Revenue Service's Form 14039and follow the instructions for submitting the affidavit to the Internal Revenue Service.
  • If you are a Victim of an Internet Scam - Please report the incident to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Centerand follow the instructions.
  • If you are a Victim of any type of fraud not described above, to include Identity Theft, please use the Casper Police Department's Online Reporting Service below to report the incident.