Police Report Form Template
This form template can be used by any police department to file a report directly online. Simply customize this police report form in our form builder without using code.
Do more police work and less paperwork with online forms. You can tailor this police report form template any way your department requires. For instance, drag and drop to add and remove questions. All the fields you’re likely to need are at your command: radio buttons, checkboxes, file uploads, signatures and more. Custom notifications immediately email report copies to the individuals you designate.
It’s easy to add this police report form to your department website. To this end, you only need to copy and paste to the HTML source of any page. In addition, you have the option to share the form as a link in an email or social media post. Again, simply paste the URL or click the share buttons on the publish screen. Whether reporting a crime, accident or dispute, the responsive design is easy to use by officers on patrol. Indeed, the display automatically adapts to a mobile-friendly layout when viewed on smartphones and tablets.
Collect & manage data
Store and organize all police report form submissions securely in the 123 Form Builder database. Simply visit the database in your dashboard, where you can generate useful graphs and charts or export them to Excel, CSV, or PDF for further processing. If you work with online productivity apps such as Dropbox, Evernote, or Google Drive, our form builder integrates with these and many other services. This means you can have the form data wired right into the app without having to move it yourself.
Time filling out paper forms only to type them into a computer later is time taken away from more important police work. By switching to an online police report form, officers will be able to enter incident details more quickly and reduce errors from misunderstood penmanship. What’s more, you can streamline communication by configuring the form to send report copies to the sergeant, supervisors, and clerks at the precinct.