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To file an accident or police report you may contact the non-emergency dispatch number at (817) 743-4522.
*If you have possible suspect information, the Minneapolis 311 Call Center can take the report by phone for the five incident types listed above plus several other non-emergency incidents.
These online reports cannot pertain to crimes in progress.Examples include: Mailbox maliciously damaged; "Keying" a car's paint finish; broken windows; defacement of public or private property, having eggs, shaving cream or toilet paper thrown at house or property.Personal items that are missing with no indication they were stolen, i.e. Often insurance companies or third parties request a report number.You may file an accident report in person at the Police Department during normal business hours.Make sure you have chosen the correct incident type to file.