***Online reporting of non-emergency incidents***
NOTE: IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, NEED TO REPORT A CRIME IN PROGRESS, OR NEED AN OFFICER DISPATCHED TO A LOCATION, DO NOT USE THIS SITE. PLEASE DIAL 911.
This online service is for reporting non-emergency incidents that occurred within the city limits of Durham, North Carolina, and include, but may not be limited to, the following types of incidents:
- Lost Property
All required information fields marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed
You must enter a VALID telephone number and email address for any report submission.
You may file a report online if you need an incident report to provide to your insurance carrier, understanding the theft or damage WILL NOT be investigated.
Reports submitted via online must meet the following conditions:
- Must have occurred in the city limits of Durham, North Carolina
- There must NOT be any suspect information at all
- There must be NO evidence to process
- The crime being reported must NOT be in progress
- The crime being reported CANNOT be a violent crime.
You may NOT use this site to report the following types of incidents:
- Purse Snatching
- Accidental damage to property
- Stolen vehicles
- Stolen firearms
- Runaways or missing persons
- Any incident where evidence may be collected
- Domestic violence
- Traffic accidents
- Lost or stolen driver's license
- Lost or stolen vehicle tags
What to expect once a report has been submitted:
- You will receive an email to confirm Durham P2C has received your incident submission report.
- Please allow up to 5 business days for a DPD Records Division staff member to contact you via phone in order to review the information provided.
- You will also be notified via email as to the status of the incident report.
Should you have any questions, please contact the DPD Records Division at (919) 560-4423 ext. 29422 during normal business hours (Monday thru Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.).
The reporting of a false crime is illegal in the state of North Carolina under statute N.C.G.S. 14-225: False reports to law enforcement agencies or officers. Please be on notice that it is a misdemeanor to make any false, misleading, or unfounded report, through this online service, that is intended to interfere with, hinder, or obstruct a law enforcement officer from doing their duties. Violators will be prosecuted.