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Citizens can report to law enforcement online

The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office is now offering an online reporting service that allows citizens to file non-emergency reports over the Internet.

The service can be utilized for a minor traffic crash, theft, criminal mischief, or a vehicle break-in. A citizen will receive a no cost copy of their report within seven days of it being submitted and approved.

Citizens can also submit a crime tip, request extra patrol at a specific location, or complete a vacation check request.

The sheriff’s office notes that this service should not be used for any crime where a known suspect has been identified or for in-progress crimes or emergencies.

To file on online report, visit and follow the link to File Online Report. Reports can be submitted via a desktop computer or by mobile device. If a particular crime or incident is not listed on our webpage, call non-emergency dispatch at 541-693-6911 and speak with a deputy.


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