Lynnwood Police launch online crime reporting system

Lynnwood police badgeDid you have a car break-in? Maybe someone vandalized your house. There’s now an easier way to report it.

This week the Lynnwood Police Department began offering a new system to report minor crimes.

The system, known as CopLogic, covers low priority incidents such as abandoned vehicles, graffiti, phone harassment, lost property, identity theft, non-injury hit-and-run collisions, theft and vandalism.

“This is certainly not mandatory for low priority reports and we are still available for in-person reporting if it is desired,” Lynnwood Police Spokesperson Shannon Sessions said.

To try the CopLogic system, go to the Lynnwood PD Web site at: and click “FILE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT” in the top-left corner. The system will take you through a series of questions. You’ll be contacted if further investigation is needed. If your report doesn’t meet the requirements it will be rejected.

  1. Good Evening,
    I’m attempting to report a theft online but it seems as if this system isn’t working quite yet maybe? Over the past 3 hours I’ve attempted to click on the link ( once every hour and all 3, well now 4 times this is the message I receive:

    This site can’t be reached took too long to respond.
    Search Google for lynnwood wa us police

    So not sure what to do from here….If I don’t have to I would prefer not to have to bog down the 911 operators for a couple stolen items from my home so on that note I’ll just leave my info below and wait to be contacted from you guys. If I don’t get a response in the next day or so then I’ll try the web page again and if no luck then i’ll go the old fashioned route and call 911. Thank you for your help with this, i’ll look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you

    1. This article is from 2010 so we imagine things have changed since then. Best way to report a non-emergency is to call the non-emergency police number meant for that purpose: 425-775-3000

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