You Can Now Report Crimes Online to Burbank Police

Burbank Police closed off the street to preserve the location where the victim was reported picked up from, awaiting Forensic Specialist to record evidence. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The Burbank Police Department is pleased to announce the newest addition to their online services at the Online Police Reporting System. Citizens can now access the Online Police Reporting System free of charge, which allows the public to submit certain qualifying incident reports directly to the Burbank Police Department.

The system can be accessed through the Department’s website under Online Services. Certain criteria must be met in order to file an incident report online, which includes the following:

  • You are not reporting an emergency.
  • The incident occurred within the City of Burbank (which does not include the Cabrini Condominium Complex).
  • The incident did not occur on a freeway.
  • The identity of the suspect(s) is not known.

Only the below-listed crimes or incidents can be reported using the Online Police Reporting System:

  • Graffiti
  • Lost or Stolen License Plates
  • Theft
  • Theft from Motor Vehicle
  • Theft of Bicycle
  • Vandalism

For other incidents not listed above, citizens can continue to file police reports by calling the Burbank Police Department, at (818) 238-3000 (non-emergencies). To report an in-progress emergency, please call 9-1-1.

For more information on the new Online Police Reporting System, visit and click SUBMIT ONLINE POLICE REPORT under Online Services.