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Riverside County Sheriff's Department - Perris Station
Thursday December 7th, 2017 :: 11:07 a.m. PST


Menifee PD announces new on-line traffic collision reporting system.

The Menifee Police Department is excited to announce a new service to our community. A citizen’s on-line police traffic collision reporting system is now available to the public. Non-emergency, non-injury, minor traffic collisions and hit and run traffic collisions, that have no suspect driver information and no suspect vehicle information, can be reported on-line by going to the City of Menifee website at This service is free to the public and offers a convenient means of creating a police report for minor fender bender traffic collisions that occur within the City of Menifee.

Once you are on the City of Menifee website, you can create a traffic collision report by clicking on the tab “City Services” at the top of the page. Scroll down to “Police Department” and then click “Menifee Online Police Reporting System.” A “Report Traffic Incident” box will appear to the right of the page. Click “Go to the form page.” Follow the directions. Frequently asked questions with answers have been provided for the public’s convenience.

Upon completion of your on-line traffic collision report, a Menifee Police Officer will review your report for detail and accuracy. Once approved, a Menifee Police Department case number will be provided. In the event the Menifee Police Officer reviewing your traffic collision believes further investigation is required, you will be contacted by phone. Please contact the Menifee Police Department non-emergency number for questions at (951) 210-1000. Always call 9-1-1 for emergencies.

Riverside County Sheriff's Department - Perris Station
137 North Perris Boulevard
Perris, CA 92570

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 951-210-1000

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