Reporting a Crime
Phone 911. If it’s not an emergency, just tell the dispatcher that it is not an emergency, but that you need police dispatched to your location.
Crime Reports and Statistics
- Click HERE to view the 80 most recent incidents reported in Blenman Elm, a service of the Neighborhood Support Network.
- At Crime Reports.com, you can modify settings to zoom in on Blenman Elm.
New Community Service Officer: Kara Curtis
Message from Kara Curtis (via NextDoor Blenman-Elm), January 6, 2016:
Community Service Officer Kara Curtis from Tucson Police Department
“In case anyone missed the announcement, Becky Noel is now retired. I have been told I have big shoes to fill! I am looking forward to working with you all in Midtown. Should you need to contact me my phone number is (520) 837-7428. My email address is Kara.email@example.com. Stay safe!”
Reporting Crime Online – from an email from Kara Curtis, May 2016:
I just wanted to send out a reminder for you and your neighbors regarding online reporting:
If you are the victim of crime that occurred within our city limits, you can complete and submit your initial crime report online.
To check if the incident location falls within the city limits, please check the map here: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/PRO/pro/devactionsrch.jsp
To report the crime online, please go here: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/apps/crime-reporting/
An online report does get … View more counted in our crime statistics and is no different than a report taken by an Officer. There are certain reports that you do not want to make online. Those reports include stolen vehicles, license plates, firearms or burglaries. Please remember you can always contact me if you have a question regarding online reporting.
Community Service Officer
Tucson Police Department
Operations Division Midtown
1100 S. Alvernon
Tucson, AZ 85711