Welcome to the Collier County Sheriff's Office Citizens Online Reporting System. If this is an emergency or a crime is in progress please call 911.
Please remember it is a crime to file a false police report. Any intentional false information or misstatement may result in prosecution.
Using this online citizen report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free..
|The incident you are reporting must meet the following conditions:|
|• There are no known suspects|
|• It occurred in Collier County outside the Naples and Marco Island City limits|
|• You are 18-years-old or older|
|• It is not an emergency|
|• You can affirm this report is true|
|• You have a valid return e-mail address|
|Incidents you can report online:|
|• Criminal mischief or vandalism|
|• Criminal mischief to a motor vehicle|
|• Harassing phone calls|
|• Identity theft|
|• Lost property|
|• Property damage (not vandalism)|
|What to expect after you file your report:|
|• Your report will be reviewed by CCSO. You may be contacted if further information is needed.|
|• Once your report has been approved, a temporary case number will be issued and you will receive an unofficial report in your e-mail.|
|• Once reviewed by CCSO a permanent case number will be e-mailed to you.|
|• You may contact CCSO Central Records at 239-252-0637 to obtain an official copy of your report.|
|• Reports that do not meet online reporting criteria are rejected. If this happens you will receive an e-mail notifying you of the reason your online report was not accepted.|
Florida Self-reported Traffic Crashes
The state of Florida allows drivers to to self-report traffic crashes online.It is a safe and secure way of reporting your traffic crash. Once completed, a copy of the Driver Self Report of Traffic Crash can be saved or printed for the driver’s record keeping convenience. It’s fast, simple to use, and the on-line process eliminates paperwork for the officer on scene.If your accident does not qualify to be reported on line please call 239-252-9300. If there are injuries please call 9-1-1.
Have you seen suspicious activity at a home in your neighborhood?
Public awareness about grow houses and tips from citizens have helped deputies make arrests.
There are plenty of easy-to-spot indicators that a marijuana grow house may be operating in your neighborhood, including:
- More than one air-conditioning unit in operation
- Windows and blinds that are never open
- Frequent loading and unloading of equipment, especially at night
- Toys as props, but never any children
- Gates and "Beware of Dog" signs
- Little traffic, except for odd hours, weekends and nights
Anyone who sees suspicious activity and suspects a marijuana grow house operation should call the Collier County Sheriff's Office at 239-775-TIPS or you can make an anonymous report to CCSO and we will investigate.
Click here to submit a tip about a grow house or abandonded home.