Fairfax County Police Department

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Open during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

12099 Government Center Parkway
Fairfax, VA 22035

Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr.,
Chief of Police

Financial Crimes Online Reporting (FiCOR)

Financial Crimes Information and Online Reporting System (FiCOR)

Welcome to the Financial Crimes Information and Reporting System. This site will provide you with important information on financial crime protection and prevention methods, and will also assist you with filing a report if you have become a victim. Take a moment to navigate through the sections listed below and file a report when you are ready.

This system is for reporting Financial Crimes only. If you wish to file an online report for other crimes, visit the Community Reporting System (CRS).

What is the purpose of filing a report online using this system?

  • This system enters your information into our reporting system. Investigators will review your report and assign your case to a detective for follow-up if necessary.
  • Most victims of financial crimes are required to notify the police before filing an Affidavit of Fraud with the financial institution. This system will allow you to do that quickly so you can recover your loss.

What crimes should I report here?

Please use the on-line reporting service for the following crimes:

  • Check Fraud
  • Construction Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • False Pretense
  • Identity Theft
  • Other Financial Crimes

How long will it take to process my report?

Our goal is to have your case reviewed by a Financial Crimes Investigator within two business days. Cases are prioritized immediately depending on whether or not suspects, and their locations, are known at the time the report was filed. Please be patient and an Investigator will be in touch with you soon.

Can I get a copy of the report?

Actual police reports are not released since they may contain information critical to an investigation or which could be used for identity theft. The Investigator assigned to your case will provide you with a letter verifying your report.

Can I report a crime that happened outside Fairfax County?

No, your crime or incident must have occurred in Fairfax County, VA. If the incident happened outside Fairfax County, VA, file a report in the jurisdiction where the crime occurred. The only exception to this rule is Identity Theft.

What if I do not want to use the online reporting system?

The Financial Crimes Squad takes over 4,500 complaints of financial crimes annually. This system is the most efficient way to process and prioritize those complaints. If you choose to report your financial crime through another method, it may take longer for you to speak with an investigator and have your report taken. If you still do not want to file your report online, you may call the Fairfax County Police Department's non-emergency number, 703-691-2131. They call-taker will direct you to the Community Reporting System and an officer will take your complaint over the phone. Your phone complaint will then be forwarded to the Financial Crimes Squad for review. You may also go to any one of our eight Fairfax County Police - District Stations and report the incident in person.

Are there specific computer requirements to use FiCOR?

You must use Internet Explorer web browser with cookies enabled to access this site. Certain user information is recorded in order to aid in the prosecution of false police reports. For more information, please read our privacy statement.

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If your incident qualifies for an online report and you wish to continue:

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Existing FiCOR Report


To get in touch with the assigned Investigator, please contact: Major Crimes Division receptionist at 703-246-7800, Fax# 703-273-5763, or Email.

Be advised that it is a crime to make a false police report. Anyone found to have submitted a false police report will be prosecuted under the authority of Virginia State Code, Section 18.2-461, which shall be punishable as a Class 1 misdemeanor. Maximum possible penalty is one year in jail and/or $2,500 fine.