File a Police Report with JPD

A police report is the physical record of an incident deemed to be illegal or potentially illegal. Any JPD officer may file a report, but there are situations when an officer’s presence is not necessary. Using this online incident reporting form allows you to submit a report electronically and receive a confirmation email. Once your report is reviewed, we may contact you with any follow-up questions.

This reporting method is only for incidents where:

  1. It is not an emergency. (For emergencies call 911).

  2. It occurred within the City of Jonesboro, Arkansas. (We can only take reports of incidents that happen in our jurisdiction).

  3. You do not now know who the suspect is. (In cases where you know who committed an offense, call us at 870-935-5657 so we can ask further questions and follow up on the report).

  4. It is not a Domestic Violence incident. (All such cases must be reported in person at the Police Department at 1001 S Caraway Rd. Open 24 hrs a day).

  5. It is not a traffic incident. (If there are injuries, call 911). (If the traffic incident did not result in injury, call 870-935-5553 to request an officer to come to the scene and file the report in person). (If you were involved in a cycling incident, continue filing your report electronically below).

If these five factors apply to your incident, you may proceed below to the electronic form. If you need officer assistance, call 870-935-5657 to request an officer to be dispatched to you.

Please Note:

If you have had an incident while riding a bicycle, please use the form below to let us know about it.  Use as much detail as possible, including the location of the incident, any vehicle description (if applicable) to include the license plate number if known, a physical description of any persons involved in the incident, exactly what happened and any other pertinent information.

Please fill out all fields so we can follow up as necessary.

Submitting this form constitutes a “report with a law enforcement agency” for the purposes of 5-54-122- Filing a False Police Report.  If it is found that you intentionally filed a false report, you could face prosecution.


Jonesboro Police Department Electronic Police Report Filing Form

Please confirm the following to find out if this online incident reporting form meets your needs. *
This reporting method is only for incidents where: 1. It is not an emergency (for emergencies call 911). 2. It occurred within the City of Jonesboro, Arkansas (we can only take reports of incidents that happen in our jurisdiction). 3. You do not now know who the suspect is (in cases where you know who committed an offense we need you to call us at 870-935-5657 so we can ask further questions and follow up on the report) 4. It is not a Domestic Violence incident (all such cases must be reported in person at the Police Department at 1001 S Caraway Rd. Open 24 hrs a day) 5. It is not a traffic incident. (If there are injuries, call 911). (If the traffic incident did not result in injury, please call 870-935-5553 to request an officer to come to the scene and file the report in person). (If you were involved in a cycling incident, continue filing your report electronically below). Please confirm the following to ensure that you have read the above requirements and this online incident reporting form meets your needs. I confirm that the five factors listed above are true.
Please Note: *
- All cases filed using the the incident reporting form will be reviewed. - Please be advised that reports may not be reviewed on weekends or holidays. - Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you will be contacted. Filing a false police report is a crime.
If you selected YES (above) to confirm the five factors are true, you are ready to file your report online.
Otherwise please call 911 for emergencies or 870-935-5657 to speak with our desk sergeant. You may also come into the police station to file the report in person.
If the nature of the incident is something other than what is listed below, you will need to call 911 for emergencies or (870) 935-5553 for non-emergencies.
Personal Information
Name
Name
Address
Address
Phone Number
Phone Number
Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Crime Reporting Information
Gender *
This information is required for our federal crime reporting UCR/NIBRS.
Race *
This information is required for our federal crime reporting UCR/NIBRS.
Ethnicity *
This information is required for our federal crime reporting UCR/NIBRS.
Incident Information
BE AS DETAILED AS POSSIBLE
If applicable, include Business/Estate Name, Address or Nearest Intersecting Street, Street Name, Apartment or Floor Number.
Be sure to include a value of the damage or loss. If a vehicle was mentioned, include the VIN Number, Make, Model, Year, License Plate number including expiration date, color, and owner’s name. If the vehicle was damaged, list the value of the damage, not the value of the whole vehicle
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