Non-Emergency Citizen Self-Report
The citizen self-reporting system is available for you to report non-emergency incidents that are not actively occurring. If you require immediate assistance, please call the Sun Prairie Police Department at (608) 837-7336. If this is an emergency, DIAL 911.
To file a citizen self-report form online, the incident must meet the following criteria:
- Occurred within the City of Sun Prairie Police jurisdiction
- The suspect and / or vehicle is unknown
- No injury or force was used during the incident, or threat of injury or force
- Theft or damage to property does not exceed $2,500, retail theft does not exceed $500
If your incident does not meet the above criteria, please call the Sun Prairie Police Department at (608) 837-7336.
The online self-report can be used to report the following:
- Civil Dispute (i.e. Child Custody Issue Documentation, Property Sale or Ownership Dispute)
- Damage to Property (does not include vehicle crashes)
- Drug Information
- Forgery / Fraud / Identity Theft (i.e. Stolen Credit Card, Unauthorized Charges, Financial Scam, Stolen Personal Identifying Information)
- Landlord / Tenant Issue
- Lost / Missing Property
- Past Suspicious Activity
- Retail Theft (Less than $500)
- Theft (Less than $2,500 and Excluding Theft of Vehicle or Break-In to Building)
PLEASE NOTE: Vehicle accident reports should be completed directly with the Department of Transportation using their Driver Report of Crash Form.
If your incident is not listed above, you have questions, or are unable to complete the form, please contact the City of Sun Prairie Police Department at (608) 837-7336.
The citizen self-report form is an official City of Sun Prairie Police document, which will become the official police report for your incident. If you have insurance coverage, this form will assist you in filing a claim. You must include your FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, AND CONTACT INFORMATION for this report to be officially filed. Please provide as much information as possible.
To submit anonymous tip information, please click here.
Your report will be reviewed within 5 business days. If requested, you will be contacted by telephone or email with your case number, associated paperwork, or for additional information that may be required.
Filing a false police report is a crime (WI State Statute 946.41) and violations will be prosecuted.
Filing a false report for insurance purposes is a crime (WI State Statute 943.395) and violations will be prosecuted.