The Sangamon County Sheriff's Office is reminding residents of its online reporting feature for non-emergency incidents. This innovative solution will provide residents with a quick and easy way to report incidents, making the process more efficient and convenient.
"We are always looking for ways to improve our services and make them more accessible to the community," said Sheriff Jack Campbell. "The online reporting feature is an exciting example of our commitment to keeping our residents safe and informed in a convenient way."
The online reporting feature from the Sheriff's office is an example of excellent constituent services that has received praise across the county. "The online reporting tool is a major step forward for our county government,” said Joel Tjelmland, County Board Member and Chair of the Jail Committee. “It's user-friendly and convenient, and we're confident that it helps our law enforcement agencies better serve the needs of our residents."
The online reporting feature is accessible through the Sangamon County Sheriff's Office website and is easy to use. Simply visit the site and follow the instructions to complete the report.
For more information, please contact the Sangamon County Sheriff's Office at 217-753-6855