Filing a Police Report:
Police Reports are made in person at the Everett Police Department. We do not provide On-line police reporting at this time. If you have a specific question regarding the filing of a police report, you may contact the Police Desk Officer at 617-389-2120.
If an incident is posing an immediate threat to you or others, Call 911 immediately.
If an incident in progress, Call 911 immediately.
If an incident just occurred and you know where this suspect is, Call 911 immediately.
If the known suspect has a felony warrant and you know where the suspect is, Call 911 immediately.
If you are unable to come to the police station, Call 911 Dispatch (617) 387-1212, and they will send a Police Officer to your location.
The Everett Police will take a police report of incident that occurs within the City of Everett. If the incident occurred in another city or state, please contact that city or states respective law Enforcement Agency.
When you have finished filing your police report, you will receive a case report number. This case report number may be given to your; Insurance Agency, Lawyer, or Filed for your personal records.
If the police report filed requires an investigation. You will receive the case report number, and the report will be forwarded to the Criminal Investigation Unit. Please allow for approximately 72 hours for a Detective to contact you regarding the incident.
To receive a copy of a Police Report, it must be authorized by the Keeper of Records. Be advised, that if an incident is currently under investigation, you may not be able to receive a copy of a police report until the case has been closed.
Tips on Incident Reporting:
Have your Name, Address, Home Phone Number, Work Phone Number included.
Include in the report a full description of the incident, dates, times, number of incidents, descriptions of persons involved.
Include names, and addresses of persons involved.
Include vehicle registration plate numbers and vehicle descriptions i.e.: color, make, and model.