How can I obtain a copy of a police report?

You need to complete an application for release of information. We need the case report number or the date and location of the incident and the names of the parties involved in order to process your request.

A valid photo identification/driver license of the involved party requesting the report is required to be presented upon pickup, or a copy must be submitted when requested by mail.

You may mail or drop off your application with the $2 fee. The Records Bureau has 10 days to determine if copies will be provided. View the

Application for Record Information.

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1. How can I find out the status of my case?
2. How do I know who is investigating my case?
3. Will you call me if my case ever comes to closure?
4. Will you call me if my property is found?
5. Is the Records Counter open to the public 24 hours per day?
6. Are police reports "public information"?
7. How do I get my arrest record sealed if I am an adult (18 years or older)?
8. Can anyone obtain a copy of my arrest record?
9. Is juvenile (under 18 years old) arrest information public and can I obtain a copy?
10. How do I get a copy of my arrest history?
11. How to obtain a copy of a Traffic Collision Report?
12. How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
13. How much do copies of police reports cost?
14. How do I dispose of any unwanted firearms and/or ammunition?
15. The insurance company says it is my responsibility to obtain a copy of my accident report. Is this correct?