Call 911 to report an accident in progress.
Get help for an adult age 18 or older who has mental or physical disabilities or make a complaint about Adult Protective Services.
Report an airline safety problem.
Report drinking outside or in an unlicensed establishment or social club.
Report the sale of alcohol to a minor or an intoxicated person, or at more than half off, or to-go without food, or outside of approved hours.
Report a problem with an ambulance.
Report abuse or neglect of an animal.
Report an animal that bit a person.
Report that a fire may have been set deliberately.
Call 911 to report any type of assault.
Report a bar or club that's selling alcohol to minors, overcrowded, or open after hours.
Report a problem caused by people biking, riding motorized scooters, rollerblading, skating, or using or storing ATVs.
Report building construction that is unsafe, done after hours, outside approved plans, or done without a permit.
Call 911 to report burning garbage either outdoors or in an illegal incinerator.
Call 911 to report carbon monoxide emission or poisoning. Learn about carbon monoxide detector requirements.
Report a building that has no legal Certificate of Occupancy or an illegal change in building use that violates the Certificate.
Report a problem with a charity committing fraud.
Report chemical odors or chemicals that are abandoned or not stored safely.
Report possible child abuse or neglect.
Call 911 to report child pornography.
Report dense or visible smoke from a chimney or ventilation system.
Report the illegal sale of cigarettes or a business avoiding cigarette taxes.
Report a false or fraudulent claim against the city.
Report illegal activity, assault, or suspected wrongdoing by a City employee or contractor.
Make a complaint about a person offering or providing conversion therapy services for a fee.
Report the use or sale of fake proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Report stores or vendors that are selling counterfeit items.
Report counterfeit United States currency.
Get information about business certificates, divorce court, notary verification, and Supreme Court document maintenance.
Report a crime.
Call 911 to report criminal mischief, vandalism, or criminal activity that has damaged property.
Report an animal causing a dangerous or hazardous condition.
Call 911 to report a situation that might cause danger to life or personal property.
Investigate a death that took place in New York City.
Report someone using false information to file for a Department of Buildings (DOB) document.
Report a security problem in a DCAS-managed building.
Report discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and by members of the public.
Report a disorderly person or group creating a dangerous condition.
Report domestic violence or get counseling, support, and shelter for victims.
Report a problem with a domestic violence shelter.
Report drag racing.
Call 911 to report a drone, formally known as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
Report the sale of illegal drugs.
Report illegal drug use.
Report abuse or neglect of a senior age 60 or older.
Report a problem with an elevator or escalator.
Report someone who appears to be mentally ill.
Report a problem with a fire alarm box.
Call 911 to report a fire.
Report a potential fire hazard.
Report a problem with a fire hydrant.
Report the sale, use, storage, or transport of illegal fireworks.
Call to report illegal gambling.
Call 911 to report a gas leak or any gas-related emergency or dangerous condition.
Request graffiti removal from a building you own.
Register a trained guard dog or report loss, theft, or transfer of ownership.
Report the sale or possession of an illegal gun.
Call 911 to report gunfire.
Call 911 to report any type of harassment, including sexual harassment, cat calling, and voyeurism.
Report a hate crime.
Get help for a homeless person.
Report a homeless encampment.
Report a location that is being used as a hotel, for vacation rentals, or for rentals of fewer than 30 days.
Report the use of a hoverboard, which is a motorized self-balancing scooter.
Report tenant or landlord fraud in the HPD Section 8 program.
Report the recruiting, transporting, selling, or buying of people to exploit them. Get support and social services for victims.
Report identify theft or get tips for consumers and businesses about preventing it.
Report a person selling or keeping a wild or illegal animal as a pet.
Report illegal building occupancy or past conversion.
Report an eviction that was not performed by a NYC Marshal or Sheriff.
Report individuals or businesses that target and exploit immigrants through fraudulent schemes or scams.
Report someone impersonating an IRS employee.
Report a problem with the New York City jail system, including threats to inmates.
Report misconduct by a judge.
Call 911 to report a lewd act done in public or where others are forced to see it.
Report lost or found property.
Call 911 to report any type of medical or health related emergency.
Report possible Medicare fraud.
Report someone who may be missing, abducted, or kidnapped. Check if a missing person has been found.
Report an alarm in progress or an alarm that goes off too often or for too long.
Report noise from inside a bar, club, or restaurant.
Report tenant or landlord fraud in public housing or the NYCHA Section 8 program.
Report obscene sexual material displayed at a newsstand or other public location.
Report organized crime.
Call 911 to report an addict in bad condition who needs immediate medical help.
Give feedback about a pharmacy you visited to get naloxone or general comments about access to naloxone.
Report unnecessary use of force, abuse of authority, discourtesy, or offensive language by a police officer. Report NYPD criminal activity or misconduct.
Call 911 to report someone impersonating a police officer.
Report deed fraud or learn how to prevent it.
Call 911 to report prostitution.
Report an individual or business committing welfare fraud.
Call 911 to report someone threatening a public official, building, facility, or government employee.
Report a person defecating or urinating in public.
Report an animal that may have rabies, dead or alive.
Report radioactive material that is stored improperly or creating a risk of contamination.
Report reckless or dangerous driving in progress.
Report a store selling box cutters, etching acid, laser pointers, spray paint, tobacco products or electronic cigarettes to minors.
Report a fight or other safety issue at a public school.
Call 911 to report sexual assault.
Call 911 to report smoke or fumes.
Report a problem with an obstructed or locked exit, overcrowding, lack of exits, or lack of alarms or sprinklers.
Report a person who is not socially distancing or wearing a face covering or mask where required.
Report Social Security fraud.
Report someone requesting money for unwanted car window washing.
Call 911 to report stolen property.
Call 911 to report a stolen vehicle. You must be the owner of the vehicle to report it as stolen.
Report a street con game, such as three card Monte.
Call 911 to report that someone is considering suicide or endangering themselves.
Call 911 to report a suspicious looking package.
Call 911 to report a suspicious looking vehicle.
Report tax evasion or fraud involving sales, payroll, cigarette, or personal income sales tax.
Report telemarketing fraud.
Report suspected terrorist activity.
Call 911 to report someone using a service without paying for it.
Report an illegal ticket sale.
Report a business that sells toy or fake guns that are not brightly colored.
Report trespassing, which is entering someone's property without permission.
Reports of undocumented immigrants are outside the scope of New York City government.
Report unsafe storage of flammable or explosive material at a construction site or in a building.
Report a dangerous condition at a highway construction site.
Report a new building under construction that is unsafe.
Learn about or report the sale of unsafe products.
Report a building that is shaking, vibrating, leaning, unstable, or has a defective or cracked building exterior façade.
Report vandalism taking place in a park.
Report a car accident.
Call 911 to request a wellness check for someone you haven't been able to contact.
Report workers' compensation fraud.