Airports Authority Launches Crime-Reporting System

Website offers convenience for victims

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    Did you lose something at the airport? Were you the victim of a hit-and-run in the airport parking lot?  Now reporting such issues is more convenient for victims.

    The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority police department has launched a new online system for the public to report non-emergency incidents and crimes.

    Those incidents include theft, lost property, vehicle tampering, theft from a motor vehicle, hit-and-run, vandalism, harassing phone calls and identity theft.

    To report a crime, go to and click on "emergency services," then click on the link to citizen online police reporting.

    Airports Authority Police will review each report and notify victim of its status and provide a printed police report.

    The incidents must have occurred at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Washington Dulles International Airport, the Dulles Toll Road or the Dulles Airport Access Highway.