In many instances when filing a police report it is recommended that a Voluntary Statement be submitted as well. A Voluntary Statement can be filed by a victim, witness and at times a suspect or person of interest. It is not necessary for a crime to have taken place in order to file a statement and many individuals will file a statement to simply have a report on file regarding incidents that do not arise to an actual crime. Once we receive a statement, whether in person or by submitting this form, we will create an official report in our Records Management Computer System. In many cases it is likely that an Officer from our department will be contacting you in order to follow-up or obtain further information.
The purpose of this form is to provide our citizens with easy access to file a statement. Individuals may also come into the Police Station to file a statement or contact our Dispatch Center by phone and request to speak with an Officer. We recommend that you come into the Station or contact our Dispatch Center for any situation in which you feel unsafe, is a matter of life & death, involves domestic violence, sexual assault, or is time sensitive. Be advised that this site is not monitored 24/7.