File a Report Online
**If this is an EMERGENCY, you are in immediate physical danger, or you need an officer to respond,
please call 9-1-1 or the non-emergency line (972-292-6010).**
Welcome to the Frisco Police Department’s Online Reporting System (FORS). This system provides a convenient way for citizens to report a crime that occurred in Frisco. However, not all offenses are eligible for online reporting. In some cases, you may need to call our non-emergency number (972-292-6010) and speak with an officer by phone.
To report recurring traffic-related issues, parking concerns, or abandoned/junk vehicles, please submit the information using the FPD Online Traffic Complaint Form.
To report issues around the city involving Public Works, Environmental Services, Parks and Recreation, etc., please submit the information using myFrisco Service Requests.
The following conditions must first be met in determining whether the incident may be reported online:
- The offense occurred within the city limits of Frisco.
- There is no known suspect.
- There is no physical evidence that needs to be collected.
- You do not need to speak with an officer.
- In filing a report online, an officer will not respond to your location.
- All reports will be reviewed, but if further investigation is not warranted, you will not be contacted by an investigator.
- Filing a false police report is a crime.
FILING A REPORT
The following incident types are eligible for online reporting. Please select the one appropriate for your situation and follow the subsequent prompts. If your type of incident is not listed, or the incident you are reporting has a known suspect, please call us instead at 972-292-6010.
Definition: When a person initiates communication by telephone, text, in writing, or by other electronic communication with the intent to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass another. (THIS IS NOT STALKING)
Examples: An unknown person has placed unwanted phone calls or sent unwanted texts to you that are annoying, harassing, or threatening in nature, including immediate hang-ups, or that contain obscene language, etc.
CREDIT/DEBIT CARD ABUSE
Definition: When a person uses or presents a credit/debit card knowing it was not issued to him or used it without the owner's consent, or benefits from a credit/debit card they know is stolen. This is a separate incident from the theft of a credit card. If your card has been stolen AND used, two reports should be filed; one for Credit/Debit Card Abuse and one for the Theft/Burglary in which the card was stolen.
Examples: An unknown person has used your credit/debit card or card number to make purchases without your permission, or you notice purchases on your credit card statement that you did not make. (The transaction must have occurred in Frisco or completed online)
Definition: When a person fraudulently uses another's identifying information, usually for financial gain.
Definition: When a person alters, copies, or imitates something, without authority, with the intent to deceive or defraud.
Definition: When a person unlawfully takes possession of another's property without their consent. The theft cannot have occurred as a result of a break-in to a home, business, or vehicle.
Examples: An unknown person has stolen items from your yard, driveway, porch, or other common shared areas. This includes construction material thefts and shoplifting. (Lost or mislaid property is not theft)
Definition: When a person deliberately damages, destroys, or tampers with property, causing pecuniary loss or substantial inconvenience to the owner. (Graffiti is a separate offense)
Definition: When a person intentionally or knowingly marks property with paint, indelible marker, or etching/engraving device.
THEFT FROM A VEHICLE
Definition: When a person steals property from inside a motor vehicle.
BURGLARY OF A HABITATION
Definition: When a person steals property from a home or attached garage not under construction (breaking and entering).
BURGLARY OF A BUILDING
Definition: When a person steals property from the interior of a building that is NOT a residence (breaking and entering).
Definition: When a person discovers that property is missing or lost, not stolen.