Report A Crime

If you've been the victim or witness of a crime it's really important to report it. We know that sometimes it’s not easy to decide to come forward. But we also know that if no one reports a crime, it’s as if it never happened.

If no one reports a crime, the criminal is free to commit more crime, damaging more communities and individuals.

It’s also important to report crime for your own practical purposes, like getting a Police Report number so that you can make an insurance claim.

How Do I Report a Crime?

By Telephone

General Information and Non-Emergencies: 504-286-5290 or 504-884-1769

Emergencies: 911

By visiting police headquarters

At the police station you will be asked to provide details of the crime and make a statement about the facts of the case.

You’ll receive an incident number that you can quote to find out about the progress of your case and to use if you’re making any kind of insurance claim.

Lobby Hours: Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The number to call when the lobby is closed is 504-286-5290 or 504-884-1769

By Completing an Online Crime Report
Crimes can be reported using our online reporting system anonymously.

Click here to use the online reporting system for any of these types of crimes.


Arlanda J. Williams (B'03, M'06) is the first woman to serve as chair of the Terrebonne Parish Council. She is also the youngest person ever elected president of the Louisiana Police Jury Association's Black Caucus.