How can I get a copy of a police report?
To obtain a copy of a report, you must fill out a request form, which is available at the Police Department or on the Police Department website. Once the form is completed and turned in, it will normally take up to ten business days to complete the request. Reports are .11¢ per page. Not all reports are available to be released.

Accident reports are released to parties involved and/or their representative (i.e. insurance company).

Crime and incident reports may be released to:

  • The victim(s)
  • An authorized representative of the victim
  • An Insurance carrier against which a claim has been made and/or might be made
  • Any person suffering bodily injury, property damage or loss

Reports will not be released if:

  • The disclosure would endanger the safety of a witness or other involved party.
  • Endanger the successful completion of the investigation or related investigations or is being prosecuted through the District Attorney.
  • The name and address of a victim of certain crimes will not be disclosed.

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1. What is the Department's Policy on enforcing federal immigration laws?
2. What hours are the Police Department open?
3. How can I get a copy of a police report?
4. How do I obtain a copy of my police report to prepare for my court appearance?
5. Who can obtain a juvenile report?
6. How do I seal my juvenile record?
7. Does the Department have fingerprinting services?
8. How do I retrieve property held by the Department?
9. How do I make an appointment to see the Chief?
10. What is a clearance letter?
11. How do I obtain a clearance letter?
12. May I obtain a copy of my vehicle registration or driver’s license record through the Police Department?
13. Is arrest information available?
14. How do I file a commendation or file a complaint?