If you are in a car collision involving any of the following, you must contact law enforcement to submit a crash report. Please stay at the scene and call (850) 606-5800, or dial 911 for emergencies.
If the accident does not meet the above listed criteria, you can fill out a self-report. Self-reports must be submitted to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles within 10 days of the incident. Completed forms may be sent digitally via email, or hardcopies can be sent through the mail.
If you have a general, non-emergency traffic complaint, you can submit information to the Leon County Sheriffs Office on their website. Please note that the entries submitted through the form there are not checked or tended to immediately.
If you are experiencing an emergency and need help immediately, please dial 911. For non-emergencies, you can use one of the following ways to file a report about incidents that occurred within Tallahassee City Limits.
To file a report about an incident that occured outside of Tallahassee City Limits, please call the Leon County Sheriff’s Office or the police department for the city in which the incident occured. There is currently NOT an online method for reporting crimes to the Leon County Sheriff's Office, but you can call 850-606-5800 for assistance.
If a crime took place on the interstate, please call FHP at 850-245-7700.