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Welcome to the Houston Police Department's Online Police Report Form. The purpose of this form is to allow Houston citizens to conveniently file police reports from home, work, or anywhere with Internet access. After completing the necessary information you will receive an actual incident number, and you will be able to print the report for your records.


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This web site should never be used to report an emergency, a crime in progress, or any type of injury. For emergencies, call 9-1-1. For any other situation that requires the response of a police officer, call 713-884-3131.


Before continuing, you should be aware that it is a crime to make a false police report. You should also know that this form CAN ONLY be used to report a limited, specific set of crimes (as listed below *) and only under certain conditions. (We will be adding additional crime categories in the future).


* This form CAN ONLY be used to report:


  • Theft (Up to $5,000 in total value, Non-vehicle Related) with no suspects or witnesses. If the total value of items is greater than $5,000, you cannot use this form. (Example: Your bicycle is stolen from your front yard.)

  • Criminal Mischief (up to $5,000 in damage, Non-vehicle Related) - Non-vehicle Related (such as vandalism or property damage) with no suspects and no witnesses. (Example: Someone intentionally damaged your property.)

And, you CAN ONLY use this form if:


  • You have access to a valid, functioning e-mail address.

  • You are the actual victim of the theft, loss, or criminal mischief (not a witness, relative, friend, etc.)

This form CANNOT be used if:


  • The Crime / Loss / Incident occurred outside the city limits of Houston, Texas.

  • Any evidence exists (such as fingerprints, burglary tools left at the scene, any type of evidence, or anything that must be collected or processed by the police.)

  • Suspect information exists (such as a license plate number, surveillance photos, or a physical description of the suspect.)

  • An emergency exists. (In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.)

  • If any type of force or break-in occurred (Contact 713-884-3131 to report burglary or burglary of a motor vehicle).

  • If any injuries occurred.

  • This form CANNOT be used to report a stolen vehicle (Contact 713-884-3131 to report auto theft).

Your responses to the questions on the next several screens will help ensure that your incident is eligible for an online police report.


After reading the above, Click here to continue.


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Dream Psychology: Psychoanalysis for Beginners

Sigmund Freud



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A Theory of Human Motivation
Abraham Maslow



When Abraham Maslow introduced the world to Humanistic Theory, a 'third force' in psychology was born (Behaviorism & Psychoanalytical theory being the first and second). As the name suggests, humanistic theory concerns itself with characteristics which are distinctly human.


Arguably the best known example of such a characteristic is Self-Actualization, an innate motivating force unique to the human species. It was in this landmark publication that Maslow provided the first published representation of Self-Actualization at the pinnicle of a hierarchy of human needs. According to Maslow Self-Actualization refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, in essence to become everything that one is capable of becoming.


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Transmission of Aggression Through Imitation of Aggressive Models
Albert Bandura



Albert Bandura is one the world's most frequently cited psychologists. His ground-breaking work within the field of social learning and social cognitive theory led to a paradigm shift within psychology away from psychodynamic and behaviorist perspectives. As part of a new research agenda in the early 1960's which posited that people learn vicariously through observation Bandura began investigating aggression through imitation; work that gave rise to one of the most famous psychology studies of all time, 'Transmission of Aggression Through Imitation of Aggressive Models.' More commonly known as 'The Bobo Doll Experiment,' it was the first study to explore the impact of televised violence on children.


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Cognitive Consequences of Forced Compliance
Leon Festinger and James Carlsmith



Cognitive Consequences of Forced Compliance by Leon Festinger and James Carlsmith was the first of numerous studies to corroborate the theory of cognitive dissonance. The premiss for this classic piece of research was to test what happens to a person's private opinion when they are forced to do or say something contrary to that opinion.


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Play and its Role in the Mental Development of the Child
Lev Vygotsky



Despite his premature death at the age of just 37, Lev Vygotsky is widely considered as one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century. Drawing on a range of perspectives including Marxist thought, cultural history, evolutionary phylogeny and lifespan development, Vygotsky made a lasting contribution to our understanding of the relationship between language and thought, the psychology of art, pedagogy and the psychology of play, in particular the process of self-regulation through creative play.


This landmark article - which was orginally given in the form of a speech - provides several key insights into Lev Vygotsky's theories of play. You can download a free full-text PDF of this classic work via the following link.



Superstition in The Pigeon
B.F. Skinner



This learning theory classic by B.F. Skinner demonstrates how accidental connections between a ritual and favorable consequences can establish and maintain superstitious behavior.


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On The Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime
Hugo Münsterberg



On The Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime by Hugo Münsterberg is a very important book by one of my all time favorite psychologists. Not only did he boast a great name and outrageous moustache but Münsterberg was also a passionate advocate of forensic psychology. An engaging and controversial figure Munsterberg was a key figure in the study of psychology within a legal context. Years ahead of its time, On The Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime explores issues that are just as important and relevant today e.g., witness memory, suggestibilty and false confessions.


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Conditioned Emotional Reactions
John B. Watson and Rosalie Rayner



Conditioned Emotional Reactions by John B. Watson and Rosalie Rayner is one of the most infamous research articles ever published in the history of psychology. Commonly referred to as 'The Case of Little Albert' this psychology classic attempted to show how fear could be induced in an infant through classical conditioning. Originally published in 1920, Conditioned Emotional Reactions remains among the most frequently cited journal articles in introductory psychology courses and textbooks.

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Psychopathology of Everyday Life
Sigmund Freud



The Psychopathology of Everyday Life is arguably one of Sigmund Freud's least technical and, therefore, most accessible publications. Drawing on personal anecdotes and real life examples, Freud explores the psychological mechanisms underpinning such things as the forgetting of names and order of words, mistakes in speech and mistakes in reading and writing etc. This was the book that gave rise to what we now refer to as 'The Freudian slip'. As Freud notes in the Psychopathology of Everyday Life: Although the ordinary material of speech of our mother-tongue seems to be guarded against forgetting, its application, however, more often succumbs to another disturbance which is familiar to us as slips of the tongue.


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