Reporting a Cybercrime Complaint Tip Card

As we spend more time online, crimes that previously occurred face to face – like credit card fraud, identity theft, and harassment – now occur online as well. By reporting Cybercrime to the appropriate authorities, you can play a role in making the Internet safer and more secure for all.

Resources Available to You

Once you discover that you have become a victim of Cybercrime, immediately notify your local authorities to file a complaint. Keep and record all evidence of the incident and its suspected source. Below is a list of the government organizations that you can file a complaint with if you are a victim of Cybercrime.

  • United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) Report computer or network vulnerabilities:
  • Federal Trade Commission - Free one stop government resource
  • Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) - If you are a victim of online crime contact:
    • Internet Crime Compliant Center - IC3 is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).
  • Social Security Administration (SSA) - If someone is using your social contact:

If you are a Fontana resident, contact the Police Department to file a report at (909) 350-7700.