Identity Theft

Who to Contact

This report must be filed with a police officer. It cannot be completed using the online reporting feature.

Contact Information

Agency Web URL
Contact Telephone Number
Equifax Equifax website (800) 525-6285
Experian Experian website (888) 397-3742
Trans Union
Trans Union website (800) 680-7289
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
U.S. Federal Trade Commission website (877) 438-4338

Helpful Tips

  • Protect your social security number and only give it out when required by law.
  • No bank, auction site or other business should send you an email asking you to enter credit card information, passwords, social security numbers or other personal information. Often these fake emails will contain links to pages that look real but are not. If you suspect you are being directed to a fake site please go to the actual home web site of the company and inform them of what has happened.
  • Avoid mail theft by obtaining a locked mailbox and dropping off outgoing mail at the local post office or postal mailbox.
  • Do not give out your personal information or credit card number over the phone unless you initiated the call.
  • Shred credit card offers and bank statements before you throw them away if you do not plan on using them.

Obtain a Copy of Your Credit Report

Obtain a FREE copy of your credit report by visiting the annual credit report website, or call 1-877-322-8228. The law requires that major nationwide consumer reporting companies (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) provide you with a free copy of your credit report each year upon your request.

Friday with the Fuzz Identity Theft Discussion on WRMN Radio, 1410 AM


Deputy Chief Bill Wolf and Detective Marc Hornsby talk identity theft with WRMN's Michael Greene.