Welcome to the Kauai Police Department Online Reporting System

The Online Crime Reporting System is designed to make it easier and more convenient to file a police report without leaving home, however not every crime can be reported using this online system.

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911.

If a crime is in progress or someone is hurt, threatened, or in danger, dial 911 immediately.

How to File an Online Report

You can use this system to make an immediate report of a crime in which you are the victim. Before you begin please confirm the following to find out if online filing is right for you:

  1. This IS NOT an Emergency. IF this is an emergency do not proceed, please call 911 immediately.
    Emergencies should be reported immediately by dialing 911 on your telephone instead of submitting an online police report.
  2. Did the incident occur within the jurisdiction of the County of Kauai?
    If the incident did not occur within the jurisdiction of the County of Kauai you should contact the city/county where the incident occurred instead of submitting a report with the Kauai Police Department.
  3. Do you know who committed this crime?
    If the crime is in progress or this is an emergency you should call 911. If this is a non-emergency please call police dispatch at 241-1711 to file a report instead of submitting an online police report.
  4. Are you eighteen (18) years or age or older?
    If you are under the age of eighteen (18), you cannot submit a police report online. Please have a parent or guardian submit the police report for you.
  5. Do you understand that filing a false report is a crime?
    It is required that you understand that filing a false report is a crime if you would like to submit an online police report.
  6. Do you have a valid email address? A valid return email address is required in order to file an online report.
    A valid return email address is required in order to submit a police report online so that we can email you a permanent report number and a copy of the police report to keep for your records.

For non-emergencies please call (808) 241-1711

If all of the statements apply to your case, you are ready to file an online report.

**Note: Filing a false police report is a crime in violation of Hawaii Revised Statue §710-1015. A person commits the offense of false reporting to law-enforcement authorities if the person intentionally makes a report or cause the transmission of a report to law-enforcement authorities relating to a crime or other incidents within their concern when the person knows that the information contained in the report is false.

False reporting to law-enforcement authorizes is a misdemeanor. Penalties include imprisonment not to exceed one year in jail and/or fines.

Types of incidents that can be reported online:

  • Lost Property
  • Criminal Property Damage – Graffiti
  • Criminal Property Damage 3rd and 4th
  • Theft of Property 3rd or 4th
  • Theft – Shoplifting (Suspect NOT in custody)
  • Misc Pub Civil

Upon completion of this process you will:

  • Receive confirmation that your report has been submitted.
  • You will also be given a temporary report number
  • Be able to print a copy of the report to keep for your records.

Please Note: All cases filed through the online reporting system will be reviewed. Upon review, if further investigation is needed you may be contacted via email or by phone.

Proceed to Online Crime Reporting System

There are several different types of incidents that can be entered using the online reporting system. Please click on the Incident Type from the list below to open the corresponding online form. If the incident you are reporting has a known suspect or is not listed below, you should contact police dispatch.
For emergencies dial 911. For non-emergencies call (808) 241-1711.

Incident Type Definition Examples
Lost Property When property is missing or lost. Property that is missing, leaving items in restaurant, or missing from home.
Criminal Property Damage (Graffiti) When an unknown person marks personal or private property with graffiti, with spray paint, etching tool or other writing instrument Incidents include graffiti to your home or garage, etching on your windows, permanent marker on personal property.
Criminal Property Damage 3rd When an unknown person changes, modifies or destroys public or private property (other than by fire) in an amount exceeding $500 but less than $1,499.99. Incidents include throwing rocks through a window, knocking over a mailbox.
Criminal Property Damage 4th When an unknown person changes, modifies or destroys public or private property (other than by fire) in an amount less than $499.99. Incidents include throwing rocks through a window, knocking over a mailbox.
Theft of Property 3rd Value of Property is between $250 and $749.99 or Theft of Gas not exceeding $750.00. When an unknown person takes your property without permission. This does not include someone physically taking something from your person by force, fear, assault, threats or use of a weapon. Any item that has been stolen (except firearms). Incidents include failure to pay for items, or someone breaking into your vehicle and stealing your property.
Theft of Property 4th Value of Property does not exceed $250.00. When an unknown person takes your property without permission. This does not include someone physically taking something from your person by force, fear, assault, threats or use of a weapon. Any item that has been stolen (except firearms). Incidents include failure to pay for items, or someone breaking into your vehicle and stealing your property.
Theft – Shoplifting
(Suspect Not in Custody)
Value of Property does not exceed $749.99. When an unknown person steals inventory from a licensed business. Incidents are reported by the business owner or agent for the business. This does not include amounts disputed between the customer and the business. Any items stolen from the business.
Supplemental Report Online entry for lost or stolen property was not included in the original report to an officer or original online report. If you need to enter additional property that was not originally reported as lost or stolen such as cellphone, tablet, jewelry, or other personal items. Please include all serial numbers and a detailed description of each item.
Misc Pub – Civil Matter Include incidents that are civil in nature. A civil dispute is a legal disagreement between two or more parties or organizations. It is distinguished from a criminal dispute in that it does not involve statutory laws and does not require the involvement of the state as a principle party. Examples include landlord tenant disputes, breach of contracts, collections actions, consumer protection actions.