If you have an emergency or to report a crime in progress, please dial 911.
Welcome to the City of Myrtle Beach Police Department On-Line Reporting Service.
This on-line police report service enables you to submit, at no charge, a non-emergency report immediately. Please review and check all boxes that apply before submitting your report. We understand your needs and created this service to provide a direct and timely method to report a crime.
This online service is for reporting non-emergency incidents that occurred within the city limits of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina:
- Identity Theft
- General Larceny (no stolen medications or weapons allowed)
- Larceny - Shoplifting
- Larceny - Theft from a Vehicle (Burglary Auto)
- Vandalism / Destruction of Property
You may NOT use this site to report the following types of incidents:
- Civil Matters
- Stolen vehicles
- Stolen firearms
- Runaways or missing persons
- Any incident where there is evidence to collect
- Domestic violence
- Traffic accidents
- Lost or stolen vehicle tags
- You must enter a VALID telephone number and email address for any report submission.
- This cannot be an in progress crime.
- The incident you are reporting occurred within the Myrtle Beach city limits. If you are not within the CITY LIMITS of Myrtle Beach, your report request will be denied and you will need to contact the agency for your jurisdiction. There is a link to the a CITY LIMIT map on the left hand side of this page.
- You must not know the identity or name of the person that may have committed the offense you are reporting. You will need to contact the Myrtle Beach Dispatch Center at (843) 918-1382 if you know the identity of the person that may have committed the offense or incident you are reporting.
- The incident or crime you are reporting has no crime scene that could contain evidence.
- The incident or offense you are reporting does NOT involve any firearms. You will need to contact the Myrtle Beach Communications Center at (843) 918-1382 if the incident or offense you are reporting involved any use, possession, theft, discharge, or display of a firearm or gun.
- Theft of medications cannont be reported on this portal. You will need to contact the Myrtle Beach Communications Center at (843) 918-1382 if the incident or offense you are reporting involved the theft of medication.
By clicking the ‘I Agree’ box, I am confirming that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge and that I understand it is a crime to make a false or fraudulent police report pursuant South Carolina Statute 16-17-722. If all of the above statements apply to your case and you acknowledge it’s a crime to file a false report, then you are ready to file your report online. The Myrtle Beach Police Department will seek prosecution of anyone who violates this law.
Please Note: All cases filed using the Citizens Online Police Reporting Service will be reviewed within 72 hours. Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted for additional information.