To file an online report through eReports, you must have a valid email address. If you do not have an email address, you can contact the ECSO at 850-436-9630 and a deputy will assist you with your report.
If the crime you are reporting is occurring now, posing an immediate threat or someone is injured, DO NOT USE THIS SYSTEM and call 911 immediately.
Before using eReports, be aware that the incident that you are reporting must meet the following:
Only crimes that occur within the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction can be filed through eReports. If the incident occurred within the Pensacola city limits, please contact the Pensacola Police Department at (850) 435-1900.
Currently, only the following crimes may be reported through ECSO eReports.
|Incident Type||Definition||Examples||Do Not Use Online Reporting if…|
|Lost Property||Property that is missing or lost.||
|Theft||Property is stolen, but there has been no illegal entry or physical force used by the suspect.||
|Vandalism of Property||The act of changing, modifying or defacing public or private property.||
|Vandalism of Vehicle||Tampering with a motor vehicle.||
|Suspicious Activity Information||You see something suspicious or out of the ordinary.||
|Scam||You suffered a money or property loss due to a scam||
|Harassing Phone Calls||Unwanted communication/ phone calls of an annoying or harassing nature.||
Once a report is approved by a supervisor, the report will be available for you. Please contact our Records Division by calling (850)436-9501.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What do I do if online incident reporting is not right for me?
A: Using eReports to report an incident is optional. If you prefer, you may call and request a deputy file the report for you at any time. If the incident you are reporting is happening now or you have suspect information, call the ECSO Communications Division’s non-emergency line at (850)436-9620 and request a deputy come to your location.
Q: What should I do if I have technical difficulty using eReports?
A: You can still call the Sheriff’s Office at (850)436-9620 and request a deputy come to you and take your report.
Q: Can I report my lost or stolen prescription pills online?
A: No. The reporting of a controlled substance should be investigated by a deputy sheriff. Please call (850)436-9620.
Q: Can I report my lost or stolen firearm through eReports?
A: No. To report a lost or stolen firearm, call (850)436-9620.
Q: If I have suspect information and/or a description, or I know who committed the crime, can I file an eReport?
A: No. A deputy should be requested so that an investigation can be conducted and a report is completed by law enforcement.
Q: Should I file an online report is an incident is occurring or just occurred?
A: No. Call 911 if an there is an emergency. Non-emergencies can be reported at (850)436-9620 and a deputy will respond to the incident.
Q: Is online reporting an appropriate choice for reporting a wanted individual?
A: No. Please call (850)436-9620 to report the location of a wanted individual.
NOTICE: IT IS A CRIME TO FILE A FALSE POLICE REPORT. WHOEVER KNOWINGLY AND WILLFULLY GIVES FALSE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE ALLEGED COMMISSION OF ANY CRIME MAY RESULTS IN THE REPORTING PARTY’S CRIMINAL PROSECUTION. REF. FLORIDA STATUTE 837.05- FALSE REPORTS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITIES.
Please disable any software that blocks “pop-ups” on your computer, as they may be necessary to successfully complete this report and receive a response from the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.