Accessory After the Fact
Aggravated Trespass
Aiding & Abetting
Aiding a Suicide
Altering a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Animal Abuse
Annoying or Molesting a Child under 18
Annoying Phone Calls
Appropriation or Theft of Lost Property

  • Assault with Caustic Chemicals
  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • Assault with a Firearm

Attempted Crimes
Attempted Murder
Auto Burglary

Bad Checks
Battery on a Peace Officer
Battery with Serious Bodily Injury
Boating Under the Influence
Breaking and Entering

  • Bribery of California Legislators or Elected Officials
  • Bribery of County Supervisors or Public Corporations
  • Bribery of Executive Officers or Public Employees
  • Bribery of Judges or Jurors
  • Bribery of Witnesses
  • Commercial Bribery

Burglary Tools
Burglary of a Safe or Vault / Burglary with Explosives
Buying or Possessing Vehicles with Altered VIN Numbers 

Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Carrying a Loaded Firearm
Child Abduction / Child Stealing
Child Abuse
Child Endangerment
Child Neglect (Failure to Provide Care)
Child Pornography
Chop Shop (Operating or Owning)
Contacting a Minor to Commit a Felony
Contempt of Court
Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor
Creating or Maintaining a Public Nuisance
Criminal Threats
Cycling Under the Influence

Damaging Phone, Electrical or Utility Lines
Deprivation of Child Custody or Right to Visitation
Destructive Devices
Destroying or Concealing Evidence
Dirk or dagger
Disability Placard Forgery
Disability Placard Misuse
Dissuading a Witness or Victim
Disturbing a Meeting
Disturbing a Religious Meeting
Disturbing the Peace
Domestic Violence

  • Battery on a spouse/mate - PC 243(e)(1)
  • Child Endangerment - PC 273(a)
  • Corporal Injury on a Child - PC 273d
  • Corporal Injury on a Spouse/Mate - PC 273.5

Drinking Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle
Drive-by Shooting from a Motor Vehicle
Driving on a Suspended License
Driving Without a License
Drug Crimes

  • Cocaine
  • Codeine
  • Doctor Shopping
  • DUI of Drugs
  • Ecstasy
  • GHB
  • Heroin
  • Hydrocodone
  • Ketamine
  • Manufacturing Drugs / Narcotics / Controlled Substances
  • Methamphetamine (Possession)
  • Methamphetamine (Possession for Sale)
  • Methamphetamine (Sale or Transportation) 
  • Meth Labs
  • Paraphernalia
  • PCP
  • Possession
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance While Armed
  • Possession for Sales
  • Sales/Transportation
  • Sales of Imitation Controlled Substances
  • Sales of Synthetic Drugs
  • Under the Influence of Drugs
  • Vicodin

Drunk in Public / Public Intoxication

  • First Time DUI
  • Second Time DUI
  • Third Time DUI
  • Driving While Addicted to a Drug
  • Underage DUI with a BAC of 0.05 or Above
  • Underage DUI (Zero Tolerance Law)
  • DUI of Drugs

Elder Abuse
Employment Law A to Z
Evading a Peace Officer

  • Evading an Officer Causing Injury or Death
  • Felony Reckless Evading

Evidence Planting or Tampering

  • Expunge Criminal Records
  • What Is An Expungement?
  • Benefits of an Expungement
  • DUI Expungements
  • Early Termination of Probation
  • What An Expungement Will Not Do
  • Governor's Pardons
  • Reduce a Felony to a Misdemeanor
  • Seal Juvenile Records
  • Destroy Arrest Records
  • Certificates of Rehabilitation

Extortion by Posing as a Kidnapper

Failing to Control a Dangerous Animal
Failure to Appear (Penal Code 1320)
Failure to Appear on a Traffic Ticket (Vehicle Code 40508)
Failure to Disperse
Failure to Present a Driver's License
Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
Fake IDs
False Imprisonment
False Imprisonment of a Hostage to Avoid Arrest
False Information to a Peace Officer
False Personation
False Pretenses
False Reports of Vehicle Theft
False Representation of Identity to a Police Officer
False Statements to the DMV or CHP
Falsely Reporting a Crime or Criminal Matter
Falsely Reporting a Fire (or Triggering a False Fire Alarm)
Falsely Reporting an Emergency
Federal Crimes
Felon with a Firearm
Firearm Offenses

  • 10-20-Life
  • Assault Weapons
  • Brandishing a Weapon or Firearm
  • California's Gun-Free School Zone Act
  • Carrying a Loaded Firearm
  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon
  • Felon with a Firearm
  • Manufacture, Sale or Possession of Dangerous Weapons
  • Unlicensed Sale of Firearms in California

Fireworks Laws
Forcible Acts of Sexual Penetration with a Foreign Object
Forging or Altering a Prescription
Forging a Prescription for a Narcotic Drug

  • Fraud Information
  • Asset Forfeiture
  • Auto Insurance Fraud
  • Check Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Elder Abuse
  • False Impersonation
  • Fraudulent Conveyance
  • Fraudulent Vehicle Registration Stickers
  • Foreclosure Fraud
  • Gambling Fraud
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Identity Theft
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Internet Fraud
  • Mail Fraud
  • Medi-Cal Fraud
  • Phantom Help
  • Prescription Fraud
  • Real Estate & Mortgage Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Senior Fraud
  • Unemployment Insurance Fraud
  • Welfare Fraud
  • Workers Compensation Fraud

Furnishing Dangerous Fireworks to Minors
Furnishing or Selling Alcohol to Minors

Enter your 5 digit SPCG ID# first. I.E. ***** - Then enter "Crime Description": (Including... Who, What, When, etc. (see Possible Crime Type list below)

Report all crimes even if they are low level misdemeanors like simple assault, shoplifting, trespassing, loitering, panhandling, vandalism, disorderly conduct, illegal vending, drug use and all other suspicious activity on the SPCG Tip 411 tip submission form.

All emergency and non-emergency calls made directly to the police should additionally be logged onto the SPCG Tip 411 tip submission form. This will allow SPCG to track our crime reporting statistics individually and as a group.

The purpose of SPCG's Tip 411 application is to help prevent and reduce crime, by forming a partnership among the community, businesses and law enforcement, making San Pedro a safer place for all who live or work here.

SPCG Tip 411 encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the three key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear, apathy and the feeling of helplessness that many of us have become accustomed to.

SPCG Tip 411 uses a three part approach to preventing, reporting and solving crimes. The first part of the program is to empower the community by providing a safe anonymous way to report criminal activity. Secondly, SPCG and Tip 411 can partner with all forms of media in the San Pedro area to inform the community on how to anonymously observe and report crimes. Law Enforcement creates the last link in the process when they follow-up on tips from SPCG community members.

All tips are completely anonymous and go directly to the LAPD Harbor Division Command Center.  No personal information, phone number, email, IP address or location is ever requested, saved  traced, tracked or monitored.

​San Pedro Citizen Guard


Upload a photo or video of suspect or any other pertinent information available. Also take photos of any evidence and submit them here.

San Pedro Citizen Guard Patrol volunteers  and the general public can use the SPCG Tip 411 submission form through a custom SPCG TIP 411 Link to report crimes. Simply add the Link and bookmark it on your Smart Phone, Tablet or other Smart Device for easy and quick availability while on patrol.  All SPCG Volunteers and the general public are encouraged to report crime in San Pedro when they witness it even if they are not on a scheduled patrol.

To submit tips directly to the LAPD Harbor Division Command Center please use this link:

Gang Enhancements
Grand Theft
Grand Theft Auto
Grand Theft of a Firearm
Gross Vehicular Manslaughter

Handicapped Placard Misuse
Hate Crimes
Hit & Run

  • Misdemeanor Hit & Run (Property Damage)
  • Felony Hit & Run (Injuries to others)

Human Trafficking

Immigration Laws A to Z
Impersonating a Peace Officer
Inciting a Riot
Indecent Exposure
Intentional Transmission of HIV or AIDS
Internet Copyright Infringement
Invasion of Privacy
Involuntary Manslaughter​

Juvenile Crimes


  • Kidnapping During the Commission of a Carjacking

Knife Laws

Leaving an Animal Unattended in a Vehicle
Lewd Acts with a Minor

  • Arranging a Meeting with a Minor for Lewd Purposes

Lewd Conduct in Public

  • Engaging in Lewd Conduct
  • Soliciting Lewd Conduct

Loitering at a School
Loitering with Intent to Commit Prostitution
Loitering to Solicit the Purchase of Alcohol

Mail Theft
Manufacture or Sale of Counterfeit Marks

  • Concentrated Cannabis
  • Cultivation
  • DUI Marijuana in California
  • Medical Marijuana
  • Medical Marijuana Card
  • Possession
  • Possession for Sale
  • Possession While Driving
  • Sale
  • Selling or Giving Marijuana to a Minor

Minor in Possession of Alcohol
Misappropriation of Public Funds
Mislabeling of Food
Money Laundering

  • Penal Code 186.10 Money Laundering
  • Health & Safety Code 11370.9 Money Laundering


  • Attempted Murder
  • DUI Murder
  • Involuntary Manslaughter
  • Voluntary Manslaughter

Negligent Discharge of a Firearm
Nursing Home Abuse

Offering or Preparing False Evidence
Open Container Laws
Operating a Drug House
Oral Copulation by Force or Fear
Oral Copulation of a Minor
Overweight Vehicles

Peeking while Loitering
Personal Injury
Petty Theft
Petty Theft with a Prior
Pimping and Pandering
Police Officers Issuing False Reports
Possession of Alcohol in a Vehicle by a Person under 21
Possession of Destructive Device Materials
Possession of Materials for Manufacturing Controlled Substances
Possession of / Under the Influence of Nitrous Oxide
Posting Harmful Information on the Internet
Prescribing Controlled Substances to an Addict
Presence During Unlawful Controlled Substance Use
Probation Violation Hearings


  • Oral Copulation by Force
  • Sexual Battery
  • Spousal Rape
  • Statutory Rape

Receiving Stolen Property
Resisting an Executive Officer (PC 69)
Resisting Arrest
Revenge Porn/Nonconsensual Pornography

Service Dog Fraud
Sexual Acts with a Child Under 10
Sexual Battery
Shooting at an Inhabited Dwelling or Occupied Car
Sightseeing at the Scene of an Emergency
Solicitation for Prostitution
Soliciting Someone to Commit a Crime
Statutory Rape
Supervising or Aiding a Prostitute


  • Grand Theft
  • Petty Theft
  • Petty Theft with a Prior

Three Strikes Law
Throwing Objects at a Motor Vehicle

Unauthorized Access to a Computer
Unauthorized Entry into a Closed Emergency Area
Unauthorized Practice of Law
Unauthorized Practice of Medicine
Unlawful Assembly
Unlawful Tethering of a Dog

Vehicular Manslaughter

  • Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated

Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated
Violating a Restraining Order
Voluntary Manslaughter

Wearing a Mask or Disguise to Evade Police
Willful Exposure to Infectious Disease
Workplace Harassment 

Possible Crime Types (G - Z)

Possible Crime Types (A - F)

SPCG's TIP 411 platform provides:

  • Email & Text alerts that engage law enforcement more quickly with information relevant to the crime
  • Completely anonymous tips 
  • Law enforcement with two-way communication with tipsters to gather more intelligence and cultivate ongoing communications from proactive citizens
  • Response, audit, and reporting of tips information received

Provide an exact address if possible or cross streets. If at a business, name the business here.

​Sample SPCG Tip 411 Submission Form

Enter a complete description of the Suspect I.E.:  Gender, Race, Height, Weight, Hair Color/Style, Facial Hair, Eye Color, Glasses,  Approximate Age and Clothing Worn.

Enter a complete vehicle description if one is involved.