Crime and Accident Reports


Filing and Obtaining Reports

To file a police report online visit our Customer Support Center

Obtaining copies of reports

Copies of police and accident reports are available Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Friday 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Police Department Records window in the Police Department lobby. The Police Department is located at 1187 W. Main St. 

Accident Reports 

The fee for non-certified motor vehicle crash reports retrieved from the police department Records Section is $6. A certified copy of a crash report (from Records Division only) is $8. The Record Division accepts cash or check only.

Download a copy of the Accident Report request form.  You may fill out the form and bring it in person to the Records office during business hours or mail it with your payment.  Once the payment has been processed, the Records office will either mail a copy to you, or email it,  if you have provided an valid email address.  Certified copies will be mailed only. 

Crime Reports

Police crime reports are considered an ‘Open Record’ and portions are available to anyone upon request free of charge provided the report does not exceed 30 pages. Copies of reports can be requested by filling out a request form at the Police Department Records window or by submitting an online Public Information Request.

NOTE: Investigative information as part of a continuing investigation is not part of the open record and is not available. See the Public Information Request frequently asked question for more information. 

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