This service is designed for you to report a minor crime report that occurred in
the Jurisdiction of Pinal County Sheriff's Office and that
IS NOT in progress. If
the crime occurred outside this jurisdiction then you need to contact the appropriate
agency to make your request. If you want to report a crime in progress, immediately
If you want to report an incident wherein a person was injured, threatened, or otherwise
placed in danger, you must call for a Pinal County Sheriff's Deputy and a Deputy will respond
to your location.
CANNOT use this on-line report form to report any of the following:
To report any of the above crimes, please call the Pinal County Sheriff's Office
communications office at 520-866-5111.
- Any type of violent crime, including: physical assault, kidnapping, robbery, etc.
- Any type of sex crime, including: rape, sexual assault, child molestation, etc
- Any type of stolen vehicle, including: trucks, cars, trailers, boats, motorcycles,etc
- Any type of traffic accident, whether there was an injury or not
- Missing Persons.
- Any report containing suspect information.
You MAY use this service to report:
- Thefts where the value of the item/s taken is under $1000
- All stolen bicycle/s despite the value of the bicycle
- Shoplift (item/s taken that were displayed for sale) under $250
- Criminal Damage under $1000
- Lost Property over the value of $1000 (There is no report under $1000)
This IS NOT a fast-response system. We may not be able to give you a report number, which may take up to five business days,
from the time you file this report. If you need a faster response time,
you should call (520) 866-5111 for an officer to be dispatched to your location,
or you may report to a Pinal County Sheriff's Office Substation.
Please allow 5-15 days for your request to be processed, please do not call to check the status until after the 15th day of when your request was submitted. If after the 15th day you have not received a response regarding your report, you may follow-up by email to
or call (520) 866-5123/5142/5141/5146. You will need your case number available or detailed information (i.e. date of incident, names, address, city, etc...).