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November 18, 2020

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Boulder County Sheriff’s Office now has online reporting system available to the public

The system can be used to report non-emergencies and non-violent crimes which occurred within unincorporated Boulder County, Superior or Lyons

Boulder County, Colo. - The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office has launched a new online reporting system which enables people to report non-emergencies and non-violent crimes with no suspect information, which occurred within unincorporated Boulder County or within the town limits of the Superior or Lyons.

If an incident is occurring in the moment or involves a gun or other deadly weapon, please call 911 for emergencies or our non-emergency number at 303-441-4444. Traffic accidents should also be reported to a dispatch center and not reported using the new online system.

The information submitted using this service will be reviewed by a Boulder County Sheriff's Office employee. This reporting service is primarily for your convenience or for insurance purposes and typically further follow up is not required. However, if more information is required, you may be contacted by an investigator.

Sheriff Joe Pelle, “We are happy to launch this new online reporting system. It will give the public the opportunity to more easily file a report, saving precious time for the public and deputies and eliminating waiting time to file a simple report.”

For more information about the online reporting system or to utilize the new service, please visit: