If you have an emergency or need to report a crime in progress, please dial 911. From a cell phone, dial 916-726-3015 to reach the CHPD emergency line directly. When the dispatcher answers, remain calm and provide as much detail as possible.
Reporting a Non-Emergency
For non-emergencies, there are three options available to report a crime.
Citizens with a computer and internet access can utilize our online crime reporting system. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free.
Citizens can call the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 916-727-5500. Citizens can have an officer dispatched to their current location or may prefer to report the crime over the telephone.
Citizens can also come into the lobby at: Citrus Heights Police Department 6315 Fountain Square Drive Citrus Heights, CA 95621
Reporting in Person or On the Phone
The lobby is open Monday - Friday, 9 AM. to 5 PM, excluding holidays, to report a crime in person. You may also report a crime by calling our crime tip line at 916-727-5524. When reporting crimes of stolen property, it is helpful to gather details about the missing items, such as make, model, serial numbers, or identifying marks. For identity theft, have credit card account information available.
Online Crime Reporting
Certain types of crimes may be reported online. Simply click the link below to be directed to our online crime reporting system.
We encourage the public to utilize online services or to contact us by email or phone when possible. If you are experiencing an in-progress incident or emergency, do not email the Citrus Heights Police Department. Emails are monitored by professional staff during normal business hours only.