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When should you call 911?


Call 911 in the event of an emergency, which is an event where there is an immediate threat to persons and/or property. Emergencies may include:

  • serious injury
  • serious medical condition
  • crime in progress (burglaries, vandalism, damage to property)
  • motor vehicle accident
  • domestic abuse or assault
  • any other situation needing immediate attention

If there is not immediate threat to the lives of individuals and/or property, you can submit an incident report or submit a tip via one of the forms below.

Police Department Forms


Report a tip

This form can be used to report a non-emergency tip on possible illegal activity.

Report a nuisance

This form can be used to report a non-emergency nuisance or incident.

Shop with a Cop

Shop with a Cop is one of the ways we reach out to underprivileged children and their families.

Let us know how we're doing

With your help, we will be able to continue to improve the service we offer to the community that we serve.

Request Auburn Police support at your event

Requests will be taken to the earliest Auburn Board of Works and Safety meeting for consideration.

Request the Auburn Police check your home while your away

House checks will be performed at least once a week and will start on the day after the person is scheduled to leave.

Commend an Auburn Police employee

This form can be submitted when a citizen would like to recognize and employee of the Auburn Police Department for his or her attitude, behavior or performance.

Would you like to ride with an officer?

The Auburn Police will contact the submitting person to confirm the ride-along.

Missing children report form

Time is critical in missing children cases. It is imperative that the person completing this form make personal contact with an on-duty Auburn Police Officer.

Report inappropriate behavior of an Auburn Police employee

This Public Complaint Package has been developed as an avenue for citizens to file legitimate complaints or report inappropriate behavior of any employee of the Auburn Police Department.
 
 

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