Incident reports for non-emergencies such as theft or vandalism can now be sent to the Peachtree City police online. Courtesy Peachtree City Police Department

Peachtree City police launch online reporting option

A new online reporting system will allow Peachtree City residents to contact police about non-emergency incidents.

The Lexis Nexis DORS platform, accessible at www.peachtree-city.org/onlinereporting and also linked to the department’s social media, can be used to report such things as vandalism, criminal trespassing, minor vehicle collisions, theft or identity theft, vehicle burglaries, lost property, hit and run, child custody order violations and harassing phone calls.

It should not be used to report emergencies, incidents involving firearms, or any case where evidence needs to be collected at the scene. Cases reported to the online system will be reviewed by a police officer, who will follow up if further investigation is needed.

Users can print a free copy of the reports they file. Residents still have the option to speak with an officer in person for any reason. However, anyone filing a false incident report could be charged with a crime.

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