Welcome to the Ogden City Police Department Online Reporting System
you are ready to file a report online.
✅ This is not an emergency.
✅ This occurred within Ogden City limits.
✅ There aren't any known suspects.
✅ This did not occur on Interstate 15.
✅ This is not occurring right now.
If you answered NO to any of these statements,
please call Dispatch at (801) 395-8221
- What do I do if online incident reporting is not right for me?
- My incident happened in another city. Can I file a report using this system?
No, If a crime took place outside of Ogden city limits, please call the police department for that city.
- My incident happened on a state freeway. Can I file a report using this sytem?
If this took place on a state Freeway please call the Highway Patrol Office nearest you.
- What is a known suspect?
A known suspect is when you or someone else knows :
- the person or where to find the person who committed the crime
- the license plate number of the vehicle the suspect(s) were in.
Barking Dog: If a dog has excessive barking that is causing a disturbance to another person.
City Ordinance Violation: Any City Ordinance violations that are not generally covered in the Utah Criminal code.
Damaged Property: When property owned is damaged, destroyed or defaced by force.
Follow up/Supplemental: When victim has additional information to be added to an initial criminal report.
Graffiti: When property owned is damaged or defaced by/with spray paint or similar damage.
Harassment by Communication: When victim receives repeated communications via phone, cell phone, text or other means that are unwanted or threatening in nature.
Identity Theft: When identity of a person is used/taken by a suspect without permission for the purpose of criminal activity.
Intelligence Case: Information that is obtained from the general public for the possible investigation of a criminal or suspected criminal offense.
Littering: When a suspect without the permission of the property owner, disposes, discards, dumps or throws away any property on the owners property.
Lost/Missing Ogden City Owned Garbage Cans Only (Green or Blue): When you are unable to locate your Ogden City assigned garbage can (Green or Blue) to your Residences/Apartment.
Lost Property: When victim loses property that is not the result of a criminal offense.
Suspicious Activity: When the conduct or activity of another person/vehicle arouses the suspicion of the general public.
T-Case: When citizen suspects possible drug activity
Theft: When items or property are removed from an unsecured location without the owner's permission.Trespass: When the suspect enters and/or remains on or inside the property of another without permission