The Online Reporting System is for areas in unincorporated Douglas County, and includes the areas of City of Castle Pines, Franktown, Highlands Ranch, Grandview Estates, Town of Larkspur, Louviers, Parker Heights, Parker North, Perry Park, Perry Pines, Pinery, Pradera, Roxborough, Sedalia and Stonegate. If you are unsure if the area is in unincorporated Douglas County, please call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 303.660.7500 to validate the correct jurisdiction.
If this is an Emergency please call 911.
Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.
If any of the following are true, DO NOT USE this system.
Instead, please request that a Sheriff’s Deputy respond to your location within Douglas County by calling 303-660-7500.
You have suspect information (except Gasoline Theft)
A person was injured
You have identifying suspect vehicle information (license plate number, etc) (except Gasoline Theft)
The incident involved other crimes not listed below
There was a witness to the crime
County property was involved
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office strives to make reporting a criminal offense as convenient for our citizens as possible. The Citizen Offense Reporting instructions are shown below.
Upon completion of this report process you will:
See the words: “Your online police report has been submitted” showing that your police report is complete.
Be given a police report case number.
Be able to print a copy of the police report to keep for your records.
All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System will be reviewed.
Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
The information that you document on the report and submit to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is of an official nature and will be processed by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office as an official Sheriff’s Office criminal offense report. By submitting information contained in the report to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office you are making the following representation:
UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY, I DECLARE THAT THIS REPORT AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS TRUE, CORRECT, AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF. I FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT ANY INTENTIONAL FALSE STATEMENT, MISSTATEMENT, OR INACCURACY MAY BE A VIOLATION OF C.R.S 18-8-114, OR 18-8-502, 18-8-503, 18-8-504, 18-8-505 OR OTHER STATUTES AND MAY RESULT IN CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.
Please use this system to report accidents that occurred while the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was on accident alert. Accident alert means that due to the large number of accidents, deputies are unable to respond to minor, non-injury accidents usually associated with bad weather. To find out if the location in which your accident occurred within Douglas County was on accident alert, please call Douglas County Sheriff Dispatch at 303-660-7500. You may also use this system to report accidents that occurred on private property or for accidents in which an officer wasn’t able to respond to the scene.
If you have an animal control related issue that is endangering public safety (aggressive dog running at large) or a public health issue (domestic animal bite involving a human) please contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Regional Dispatch Center immediately at 303.660.7500.
Some Animal Control Issues can also be reported online. Examples of issues that may be reported online include:
Dog running at large when the animal is off of its property
Animal nuisance related calls such as animal feces and too many animals on a property.
Online reports will be processed as quickly as possible and will result in a response by an Animal Law Enforcement Officer. Generally a response to an online report will occur within 48 hours, but any emergency situations will take precedence. Should your report be incomplete or missing critical information you will be contacted via email or by telephone.
If you have any questions regarding an animal control related matter please call DCSO Dispatch at 303.660.7500 or Douglas County Animal Services at 303.660.7529.
Use this form if someone damaged the property that either you own or that your company owns and it is valued at less than $1,000.00.
Use this form if someone tampered with yours or your company’s property with the intent to cause inconvenience or annoyance, but there was no real damage, e.g. “T.P.ing” your home, etc.
Report Criminal Trespass to Property
Use this form if someone trespassed on your or your company’s fenced or signed property (2ndDegree) or if someone trespassed on your unfenced or unmarked property (3rd degree)
Criminal Trespass to Vehicle
Use this form if someone enters your vehicle without permission.
Report Financial Crimes / Fraud / Identify Theft
Use this form if someone has used your name or personal information or your financial transaction device (i.e. credit card, checks, etc.) to obtain goods or services. This report will not be used to start an investigation, it is only for your records and to report the crime for the purpose of getting reimbursed and satisfy your bank’s requirements. If you feel you have information that can be followed up on by a LOCAL Deputy, you need to have a deputy respond to your location in order to properly evaluate the case.
Use this form if someone stole gasoline by filling and driving off from a gasoline merchant and the value of the gasoline was less than $2,000.00.
Missing or Lost Property (not stolen)
Property that belongs to you or to your company is missing or lost and it is valued at less than $1,000.00.
Use this form if someone intentionally stole an item(s) that belongs to you or to your company with the intent to never return it and the value of the item(s) is less than $2,000.00