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 anonymously report a grow house or abandonded home.