Athens-Clarke County citizens can now submit certain types of incident
reports from any internet-enabled computer or mobile device through a new webbased reporting system. The Desktop Officer Reporting System (DORS) allows the
ACCPD to allocate resources more efficiently while providing citizens an easy and
convenient website to report certain incidents as well as alarm registrations and
Individuals who are having an emergency or who know the suspect
involved in the crime should contact 9-1-1. Citizens that would like to personally
speak with an officer about an incident can still do so by calling our
Communications Center (9-1-1.) In addition to the online form, a web-based kiosk
is located in the East Precinct lobby.
The web-based version of DORS is a secure reporting system available 24
hours a day. The user interface is easy to navigate, and the website explains the
process of submitting a report. Reports entered into DORS are automatically
transferred to ACCPD’s records management software. Incident reports can be
printed at the citizen’s home without charge.
DORS allows members of the community to request house checks, register
an alarm system and submit reports for crimes including Criminal TrespassProperty, Criminal Trespass-Vehicle, Entering Auto, Harassment, Identify Fraud, Lost Property, Private Property Accident Report, Theft by Taking, and Theft of
Lost or Mislaid Property.
“Our 9-1-1 operators receive a number of calls in these nine crime
categories and we feel that DORS will allow our communication officers, as well
as records unit employees, to focus on the most pressing needs of the community,”
says Keith Kelley, Captain of Communications and Technology.
The website is located at https://www.accgov.com/8737/Online-Reporting and will
be included in a future update of the ACCPD smartphone app, available for IOS
and Android. The free-standing kiosk is available in the East Precinct lobby
Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
For further information about DORS or the kiosk, please contact Sgt.
Jimmy Carter at 706-613-3338, ext. 287.
The ACCPD smartphone app is available for download at the Apple App Store and
Apple App Store
Google Play Apps