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ipad-touchCitizens Online Police Reporting Some crimes are now able to be reported online.
These are crimes that do not involve an emergency and occurred in Provo City limits.

Please Note: All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting system will be reviewed by a sergeant and contact will be made with the citizen on a later date.

Filing a false police report is a crime that will be prosecuted per Utah State Code 76-8-506.

Once your report is filled out, you may return the form through email, bring the form to the front counter of the Police Department, or mail the form to Provo Police Department, 48 S 300 W, Provo, UT, 84603-1849.

Bike-chained-to-lightpoleBike Theft The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession, or constructive possession, of another person. 

For example, a bike that was left outside a home taken during the night

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car-damagedDamaged Property The intentional damaging or destroying the property of another.  This does not include traffic accidents/hit and run accidents.

For example, a car window broken during the night, mailboxes being smashed, or any other personal belonging that has been intentionally altered to disable its function.

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wallet-pickupFound Property Any piece of property that is found that needs to be returned to the rightful owner.

For example, a wallet found in a parking lot, bicycles that have been abandoned, or other personal property of another person who can be identified

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found-lost-signLost Property Any piece of property that has been misplaced that needs to be returned to the rightful owner.

For example, any item left at a store or in a parking lot such as a purse that cannot be found but is not believed to be stolen

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telephone-harassmentTelephone Harassment The repeated contact by means of electronic communications, whether or not a conversation ensues.

For example, receiving multiple phone calls from an ex-friend

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Theft To obtain or exercise control over property of another person by deception; and with a purpose to deprive the other person of property.

For example, a laptop taken from a vehicle 

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pumping-gasTheft of Services A person commits theft if he/she obtains services which he/she knows are available only for compensation by deception, threat, force, or any other means designed to avoid the due payment for them.

For example, not paying for a meal at a restaurant

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no-trespassing-signTrespassing A person is guilty of criminal trespass if the person enters or remains unlawfully on property and intends to cause annoyance or injury to any person or damage to any property or intends to commit any crime.

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spraypaint-cans-on-groundVandalism The intentional defacing of property belonging to another. 

For example, graffiti on a fence depicting words or symbols with the use of spray paint intended to deface the property

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