If you suffer a crime then you should inform the police. To read about how to file a crime report click here.
In several cities there are also offices of the Public Prosecutor of Tourism who specifically work to give tourists free legal advice and protection and to gather information when there are crimes against tourists.
This department is known in Spanish as La Fiscalía de Turismo and the offices are in the following locations:
Avenida Eloy Alfaro N32-300 y Carlos Tobar
02 2507 559 extns 1014-1015
(Spanish, English and German spoken)
Pedro Carbo 634 y Aguirre
04 2320 685
Bolívar y Borrero esquina piso 3
07 2844 282
Primera Constituyente 2626
03 2954 870
Calle Flores 851, entre Sánchez Cifuentes y Olmedo
06 2952 386
Avenida Baltra (frente al Colegio Nacional Galápagos)
Isla Santa Cruz
05 2526 048
Sucre 0949 entre Miguel Riofrio y Rocafuerte
07 2572 668
Calle Atahualpa No. 040 y General Villamil
03 2883 767
In order to file a crime report (or do anything), they will want to see a passport or identification document, which is another reason why keeping copies and especially scanned copies can be really helpful.