Online Police Report

Citizen Online Police Reporting

If this is an emergency or an in-progress situation, please call 911

Only incidents occurring within the city of Mankato can be reported using this system. If your incident occurred outside of city boundaries, please contact the police agency that represents your area.

An online police report allows a report to be submitted immediately. To complete an online police report, select one of the links under "You may report any of the following incidents online." (Note: Once the window opens, select an incident then scroll down and click "start report" to begin the reporting process.)
Call 911 for police assistance if:
  • You are reporting a crime against a person, such as an assault, rape, robbery, abuse, or domestic violence.
  • You are reporting any type of court order violation, such as restraining, stalking, or child custody.
  • You are reporting a theft of firearms, vehicles, identity, or prescription drugs.
  • You are reporting a burglary to your residence or business (breaking and entering).
  • You have information about a possible suspect, suspect vehicle, or witness to the crime you wish to report.
  • Someone has been hurt or placed in fear.
  • A serious crime is in progress.
Ready to file an online police report?

Make sure that you have all the information you need to submit your report, such as:

  • When it happened (date and time)?
  • Where it happened (the address is needed)?
  • Who is reporting or owns the property (name, date of birth, contact information)?
  • What was lost stolen, or damaged (make, model, serial number, description, and estimated value of loss)?

Please answer three quick questions to determine if your report should be filed online:

  • This is not an emergency? Yes or No
  • This incident occurred within the city of Mankato? Yes or No
    Note: Not all locations with "Mankato" as a mailing address are within Mankato’s jurisdiction.
  • You have an email address? Yes or No

Yes answers to all of the above questions mean this complaint should be filed online.

Once the report is complete:
  • Expect to see: "your online police report has been submitted." This confirms the police report has been received for review and is pending approval.

  • Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.

  • If desired, print a copy of the police report for your records.

  • Once the report is approved, an incident number and a copy of the report will be emailed to you.

  • Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.

  • Note: filing a false police report is a crime.