Here are some of the most commonly requested forms from the Redlands Police Department.
Community Video Registry
The Community Video Registry form gathers video system information that makes accessing the images, either real-time or after an incident has occurred, a more effective process, and puts you in contact with Police personnel who can advise you on “best practices” for using a video system. A sketch of individual video system coverage areas will help the Police Department maintain a map of where video may be available for outdoor and public areas throughout the Redlands. Please complete the Community Video Registry form and either mail or deliver it to the Police Annex, 1270 W Park Ave Bldg C, Redlands CA 92373, Attention: Video Request
Redlands Police Department Ride-Along
If you’re interested in learning more about our Ride-Along program, check out our Public Information page.
A Non-Investigated Report is used to report crimes and incidents when there is no known suspect or when the suspect is known but no prosecution is desired. It cannot be used to report crimes against persons (such as assaults or domestic violence). Non-Investigated Reports can be filed for the following crimes: Thefts, Vehicle Burglaries, Vandalism, Annoying or Obscene Phone Calls, Attempted Auto Theft, Lost Property. Print this form and complete it. The completed form must be signed by the reporting party and returned to the Redlands Police Department, 1270 W Park Ave Bldg C, Redlands, CA or faxed to the Records Bureau at (909) 798-7639.
Delayed Traffic Collision Report
Print this form and complete it if you wish to file a late traffic collision report. The completed form must be signed by the reporting party and returned in person to the Redlands Police Department, 1270 W Park Ave Bldg C, Redlands, CA
If you want to file a complaint about the Redlands Police Department, you can use the Online Complaint form on the Police Commendations & Complaints page, or you can use the form below.
Business Notification System
Print this form and complete it in order to provide the Redlands Police Department with emergency contact information for your business. The Business Notification System allows us to contact you in the event of an emergency involving your business and, in the event of problems, to assure your business is not left unsecured. All information will remain confidential. The completed form may be mailed or returned in person to the Redlands Police Department, Attn: Dispatch, 1270 W Park Ave, C Redlands, CA, 92373 or you may return it by FAX to (909) 335-4793
Citizen Volunteer Application
If you haven’t checked it out already, we recommend potential volunteers check out our Police Department Volunteers & Partnerships page for more information about our Volunteer and Partnership programs.
The process to become a Redlands Police Department Explorer is designed to determine which candidates possess the desired traits, attitudes and willingness to learn. The Explorer program is a youth oriented program sponsored by the Redlands Police Department and affiliated with the special interest phase of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The program has the primary purpose of providing a means by which young men and women may determine, through actual experience, if they would like to pursue a career in law enforcement as adults.