Reporting Past Crimes

It is never too late to report a crime. If you have seen, heard or been a victim of criminal activity, the important thing is to report what you know, even if it has been weeks, months or years since the crime took place. You may have critical information that can help police close an unsolved case, re-open an investigation or prevent future crime.

You can report a crime that happened a long time ago the same way that you would report a crime that happened recently.

To help you decide which way of reporting the crime is best for you, see How to Report a Crime.

Jury Duty

A jury is a group of people who decide if an accused person in a criminal trial is guilty or if a claim in a civil trial has been proven. Learn more about jury duty.

Criminal Justice Glossary

Check our alphabetical list of criminal justice terms along with their definitions.
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