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Crime Reporting Goes Digital

Have you ever needed to obtain a police report for a minor crime, perhaps lost or damaged property? Were you short on time and your schedule didn’t afford you the opportunity to make a report in person or wait for an officer?

The Lauderhill Police Department, always committed to meeting your needs around the clock, will soon roll out a new online reporting program. “Police to Citizen,” or P2C for short, will allow you to file your police report online via a computer kiosk set up in the lobby of our station or at our sub-station, located in the Lauderhill Mall. Once submitted, the report will go through a review/approval process and you will only be contacted if additional information is needed. If you don’t have the time to stop in, you can also make a report through your phone, tablet or computer.

We will keep you informed as this program moves forward towards implementation!

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