Nixa Police Online Reporting System

To report a crime properly, read all instructions first. Some situations should not be reported using this online crime reporting system.

Instructions

Instructions

If This Is An Emergency Stop and Call 9-1-1

Please allow three full working days following the submission date of the form for processing. Online reports are not processed on holidays or weekends.Once processed you will be provided with a case number.

If you need to report a vehicular accident where no injuries occurred and the damage was less than $750 please complete the paper Accident Report Form and follow directions on the form for submission.

Prior to submitting a report, please review the following statements to find out if online reporting is right for you. You CANNOT file an online report if:

  • This is an emergency (Please call 911)
  • This incident occurred outside the City limits of Nixa
  • You are reporting a theft offense that includes a stolen or lost firearm (gun), stolen license plates, or a stolen motor vehicle
  • There is any physical evidence connected to the crime that needs to be collected (i.e. blood, fingerprints)
  • The suspect is still at the location of the crime.

If you answered “yes” to any of the above statements, you cannot file your report online.

If you answered “no” to all the above statements, you are ready to file your report online.

Once you’ve completed and submitted the report, please allow three full working days following the submission date for processing. Online reports are not processed on holidays or weekends.

Police staff may or may not investigate your reported incident further based on the information you provide.

Any cases that cannot be verified will not be investigated.

Using the Nixa Police Online Reporting System (NPORS) you can report the following incidents. If your incident is not listed below, please call the Nixa Police Department by dialing (417) 582-1030 for Non-Emergency and for an Emergency 9-1-1 to file your report.

Forgery

Definition:

  • To make, complete, alter or erase any writing with the intent to defraud.

Examples:

  • When someone intentionally alters the amount on a check from $10.00 to $100.00 or fakes someone’s signature on a check in an attempt to gain funds without the owner’s knowledge or consent. Can include altering other legal or financial documents such as wills, prescriptions, etc.

Fraudulent Use of Credit/Debit Device

Definition:

  • The use of a credit or debit device for the purpose of obtaining services or property without the consent of the owner.

Examples:

  • Using someone else’s debit/credit card, or number, to purchase items or withdraw money from their account without their permission.

Graffiti

Definition:

  • Images or lettering scratched, scrawled, painted, or marked in any manner on the property.

Examples:

  • Spray-painted markings on buildings. May appear in the form of simple written words to elaborate wall paintings.

Identity Theft

Definition:

  • Taking, accessing, or using someone’s personal information without their permission. Pretending to be someone else by assuming their identity or creating a fake identity.

Example:

  • Occurs when someone uses your name and social security number to obtain credit, goods, or services.

Reporting

  • In the event your report is related to identity theft, you must visit our Report Identity Theft web page first to Review All Steps Before Reporting Identity Theft.

Lost Property

Definition:

  • Property that has been lost or misplaced.

Example:

  • Lost or misplaced cell phone, credit card, or purse (add contents separately).

Past Disturbance

Definition:

  • Disturbance not currently in progress involving neighbors, associates, or unknown suspects. (NOT BETWEEN FAMILY MEMBERS OR THOSE INVOLVED IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP)

Example:

  • Non-physical, verbal dispute between neighbors over matters such as animals barking, parking issues, property line boundaries, etc.

Stealing

Definition:

  • Theft of property.

Example:

  • Yard ornament, bicycle, or other item stolen from porch or yard

Stealing from a Vehicle

Definition:

  • Theft of property from inside a vehicle OR parts off of a vehicle.

Example:

  • Wallet or purse stolen from front seat of car. Battery/tires/wheels stolen from off of a vehicle.

Supplement to Officer Reports

Definition:

  • Supplement to Police Reports taken in person or by telephone

Example:

  • Supplement to Police Reports taken in person or by telephone

Vandalism

Definition:

  • Damaging or defacing property of another person.

Example:

  • Includes acts of malicious mischief such as knocking over mailboxes, toilet papering a house/yard, or throwing rocks through windows.

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