Groton Police Department Online Complaint Form
Using this service allows you to submit certain police reports at your convenience.


Types of Crime Reports That Can Be Filed Online:

Harassing Phone Calls: For example, immediate hang-ups, obscene language, emails, text messages with no known suspects.
Lost Property: Personal property that was unintentionally left by its true owner. For example, property left behind at an unknown location or left behind with no attempt to retrieve it.
Vandalism: Any person who maliciously damages, destroys or defaces the property of another person. For example, knocking over a mailbox, spray painting a wall, or throwing a rock through a window.
Theft: Personal property taken from a publicly accessible location. For example but not limited to, a package is taken from your porch; or, you left your wallet behind in a restaurant/ store.
Theft from Vehicle: Theft from an unlocked or locked vehicle.
Evading Motor Vehicle Accident: Damage caused by another vehicle in which the driver should have left information or fled the scene without stopping to provide information.
Illegal Dumping: Unauthorized dumping in an area not designated for disposal.

Your incident must meet the following criteria:

• The incident is not an emergency.
• The incident occurred within the Town of Groton, NOT on I-95 or it’s associated on/ off ramps.
• You must be at least 18 years old to submit an online report.
• No one was injured as a result of this incident.
• There are no known suspects.
• No firearms or other weapons were involved in the incident.

Once you have submitted your report:

• Once the report has been approved, a GTPD report number will be issued.
• If further investigation of your reported incident is needed, you will be contacted by email or telephone.
• The approval process may take up to three business days.
• Supplemental Reports cannot be filed online. To add any additional information to an already existing case, please make contact with the original case officer, (860)441-6712.

Please note:

Filing a false police report is a crime. Anyone filing a false police report may be prosecuted Under C.G.S § 53a-180c, you can be arrested in Connecticut for filing a false report when, knowing the information reported to be false or baseless, you gratuitously report to the police an offense or incident which did not in fact occur.

Warning: Internet IP addresses are captured when submitting this form. Intentionally completing a form with false information can result in a criminal investigation.
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