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Cedar Park Police Debut New Online Reporting System
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Alicia Gallagher, Public Information

The Cedar Park Police Department is pleased to introduce a new online reporting system for the community
designed to make filing police reports easier and more efficient for the public, while decreasing the time it
takes for reports to be created and filed for non-violent crimes.

The online reporting system is designed for several types of crimes including theft, fraud, and other property

To file a report online:

Visit our webpage at cedarparktexas.gov/police

Click on the “Contact Us” tab

Click File a Police Report

From the online reporting tool, you can view a list of offenses we currently accept reports for. We are only
able to accept reports online for the offenses listed.

It is important for you to carefully read each description and make sure you include all required documents.
For example, receipts, photos, or our Financial Crimes Fraud Packet may be needed for the investigation.

Once the report is created properly, a case number is assigned if it meets the criteria. The report then goes
through the department’s records system before being assigned to the appropriate unit for investigation.

While we encourage the use of this new online reporting system, members of the public are always welcome
to call the Cedar Park Police Department’s non-emergency number at 512-260-4600 ext. 0 to request to meet
with an officer to file a report in person.

You can also file a report at the front desk of our police department headquarters, located at 911 Quest
Parkway, Cedar Park, TX 78613.
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