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Immediate Assistance

Call 911 to report a crime in progress, or a life threatening emergency. For immediate assistance or response from an officer, call 530-666-2411.

For Victims of Crime

For information regarding The Victim’s Bill of Rights Act of 2008, please read Marys Law January 2009 (PDF). This 4-page document is intended to be printed double-sided.

Child Abduction and Insufficient Check Cases

To file a report about child abduction / visitation/ custody violations or insufficient check cases, please visit the Yolo County District Attorney’s website to file the report directly with the District Attorney’s office. You can find the appropriate forms HERE.

Real Estate Fraud 

To file a report about Real Estate Fraud, please contact the Yolo County District Attorney's office to file the report directly with the District Attorney's office. To contact the DA Real Estate Fraud Investigator Brett Hancock, please call 530-666-8471. 

Abandoned Vehicles

To report abandoned vehicles, please use the myWoodland Citizen Problem Reporter: Do not user the online crime reporting form below. 

Online Crime Reporting

  1. Incidents to Report Online
  2. Incidents to Not Report Online

You can use this Online Form to report these incidents that have occurred within the City of Woodland, California:

Incident TypeDefinitionExamples
Anonymous Witness FormAnonymous Witness FormFor reporting Suspicious Person / Activity – Safety Hazard – Animal Abuse – Noise Violation – Traffic / Parking Witness can remain anonymous.
Collision ReportACCIDENT OR COLLISION.  A collision is an unintended event that produces damage or injury, involving a motor vehicle in-transport. The word injury includes fatal injury. Although the terms “accident” and “collision” are synonymous, the word collision should be used to describe the event. Collisions involving injuries are not reportable via the online system.Accident or collision that can be reported online: Two or more vehicles collide, the vehicles can me moved from the roadway, and there are no reported injuries. Accidents or collisions that have been reported to insurance and the insurance companies are requesting a police report.
Harassing Phone CallUnwanted phone calls of an annoying, harassing or threatening nature.Immediate hang-ups, obscene language, etc. with no known suspects.
HIT AND RUN: The act of one party fleeing from a collisions scene or after striking another person’s property. Hit and run collisions where identifiable suspect information is obtained should be reported through dispatch. Identifiable information includes a license plate number, a known perpetrator, or other investigable leads. A vehicle make and color, without additional information, does not constitute identifiable suspect information.Hit and run collisions that can be reported online: Damage to your property (fence, vehicle, mailbox, etc.) caused by another vehicle in which the driver should have left information or fled the scene without stopping to exchange information, and no identifiable suspect information was obtained.
Identity TheftObtaining someone else's personal identifying information and using it to obtain credit, goods or services.Someone obtains a credit card using your S.S.N. or obtains phone service using your personal information.
Lost PropertyWhen property is missing or lost.Property that is missing, leaving items in restaurant, or missing from home.
Petty TheftYour property is taken without your permission. Losses under $950.Property known to be stolen and missing may be reported. Lost property is not a theft.
VandalismThe act of changing, modifying or defacing public or private property. Damages under $950.Graffiti, knocking over mail box, throwing rock through windows, etc.
Vehicle BurglaryProperty is stolen from a motor vehicle.Stolen equipment or belongings from a vehicle.
Vehicle TamperingTampering with a Motor vehicle.Keying, broken windows, or attempts to remove parts.

False Reports

Reporting of any crime that is false or malicious is punishable by Penal Code Section 148.5. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.