What is a Police Report Worksheet?
Typically, you only seek out police help when you need help. After calling the local police, a Police Report Worksheet can help you get organized. It's likely best to contact the police right away if you're the victim of a crime, as it's important that authorities know what's happening - but what about after that call is made? Do you want to make sure you don't forget any important details? Want to provide the police with your own written report? Doing so could be helpful for all parties involved. After all, it's easy to forget key details when you're giving a verbal report. It's often the little things that can help police fix problems. Using a Police Report Worksheet helps you straighten out all the details.
When to use a Police Report Worksheet:
- You're about to meet with an officer about a report or complaint.
- You want to leave a paper trail.
- You'd like to provide additional information after filing a report.
INFORMATION FOR POLICE REPORT
|(First and Last Name)||(Middle Initial)|
|(Street)||(City)||(State and Zip Code)|
|Home Phone Number|
|Date of Birth|
|Type of Incident:|
Following are the types of theft that I was a victim of:
X Driver's License / Wallet
|Date of Incident:|
How did you become aware of the incident?
Location of Incident:
Briefly Describe the Incident:
Please list all items that were lost or stolen, using as many unique identifying characteristics as possible.