Obtaining someone else’s personal identifying information and using it to obtain credit, goods or services.
While you were in Gloucester Township, someone has stolen you information like a credit card number or social security and uses that information without your authorization. A Township resident may report any identity theft here, no matter where the theft occurred.
Theft of a bicycle
Theft of a bicycle of any value
Bicycle stolen from lawn, outside of a store or other area that was not separately secured.
Theft under $1000
Your property is taken without your permission and the property is under $1000.00 in value.
Property known to be stolen and missing may be recovered property and is not a theft.
Harassment (except domestic violence, threats with a weapon or bomb threats)
A person who engages in alarming conduct or repeatedly committing acts with the purpose
of causing alarm or seriously annoying another person
Harassing phone calls, personal threats, continuous harassment that affects one’s way of life. (Not involving domestic violence related issues, threats with a weapon or bomb threats.)
The act of changing, modifying or defacing public or private property
Graffiti, knocking over mailbox, throwing rock through a window, vandalism, etc.
Lost property (except lost firearms or other weapon)
When property if missing or lost.
Property that is missing, i.e.. Leaving unidentifiable item in a restaurant or missing from home.
Follow up report
For submitting additional information for an incident
Reports for insurance purposes
When a report is only needed for insurance claims
Fraud, embezzlement or bad checks
Fraud is using deception to gain a financial or personal gain. Embezzlement is stealing or misappropriating money from another. Bad Checks is passing a check that one knows will not be honored due to lack of funds or forged signature
Examples include using false information to receive an item and may occur on e-commerce or other online websites or forging signatures, changing amounts or knowingly issue a check that the account holder knows does not have enough money to cover the amount.
Credit Card Theft
Using another person’s credit card without their authorization.
Taking another person’s credit card or using their credit card to make purchases that they are not authorized to do. May occur on on-line websites.
Shoplifting Under $1000 (when the victim has no knowledge what was actually stolen or the suspect is unknown and there is no vehicle information)
The act of knowingly taking goods from an establishment in which they are displayed for sale, without paying for them.
Concealing a store item on one’s person, in pockets, under clothes, or in a bag, and leaving the store without paying.
Simple Assault (only when the victim knows the offender. Does not include domestic violence)
The striking or hitting another person and causing minor injuries such as complaint of pain, bruising, etc.
Hitting another with an open hand, closed fist or body part during a dispute. This does not include domestic violence incidents or occurring during a theft.