If you have an emergency, need to report a crime in progress, are injured as the result of an incident, or need an officer dispatched to a crime location, please
Dial 911.Do not use this site.
This online service is for reporting non-emergency incidents that occurred within Fauquier County, Virginia, and include, but may not be limited to, the following types of incidents:
- Aggressive Driving
- Bad Checks
- Identity Theft
- Lost or Mislaid Property
- Scams or Soliciting
- Theft by Taking Less than $200 Value
You may not use this site to report the following types of incidents:
- Stolen vehicles
- Runaways or missing persons
- Any incident where evidence may need to be collected
- Domestic violence
- Traffic accidents
- Lost or stolen driver's license
- Lost Weapons
- Welfare Checks
Reports submitted via online must meet the following conditions:
- Must have occurred in Fauquier County and not within the limits of: Town of Warrenton or Town of Remington.
- There must NOT be any suspect information at all.
- There must be NO evidence to process.
- The crime being reported must NOT be in progress.
- The crime being reported CANNOT be a violent crime.
All required information must be completed. A deputy will review the information provided and process the report if it meets the minimum requirements. You may be contacted for additional information, and you will be notified by email of the case number once the report is completed and approved or rejected.
Please allow up to 5 business days for a status update to your electronic report. Should you have any questions, please contact the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office Records Division during normal business hours (Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at 540-422-8600.
It is illegal in the Commonwealth of Virginia to knowingly give a false report as to the commission of any crime (Code of Virginia 18.2-461.Falsely summoning or giving false reports to law-enforcement). The making of any false, misleading, or unfounded reports through this website that is intended to interfere with, hinder, or obstruct a law enforcement officer, is punishable as a Class 1 misdemeanor and violators will be prosecuted.