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Case Reports/Accident Reports

RECORDS SECTION

The Records Section receives and maintains all records produced by the Police Department. This includes incident reports, accidents reports, arrest reports and traffic summonses, etc.

Case Reports  $6.00
Premise History $10.00
Traffic Accident $6.00
Photos $10.00
911 Recording $45.00
Body Cam footage $45.00
Local Background Check $10.00

To obtain a copy of a Police Report fill out a request form and either email it to Support Services or drop it off at the Police Station located at 222 N Santa Fe Ave.
Records Request Form


Records will be released within 3 business days after request is completed.
(IF report is able to be released)


Involved in an Accident?

Follow the link below to make a Counter/Cold Accident Report

Counter/Cold Traffic Accident

For further information you can call the records Department at 719-382-6902

Evidence

EVIDENCE SECTION

The Evidence Section is open Tuesday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Property and Evidence releases are done by appointment only,
call 719-382-4213 to schedule an appointment.

Fingerprints

NEED FINGERPRINTS 

Fingerprints may be obtained on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from
9 AM to 11 AM and 2 PM to 4 PM
$20.00 cash or check only
Please bring any paperwork you may have

No appointment necessary

VINs

VIN Verifications
VIN verifications are done Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

VIN Inspections
We NO longer offer VIN INSPECTIONS

Professional Standards Department

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS DEPARTMENT 

The mission of the Professional Standards Department is to facilitate prompt and effective communication between department members, as well as with members of the community and our regional partners. It is to provide a smooth flow of information between all stakeholders to assist in reaching departmental goals and objectives and to maintain transparency in the department.

The Professional Standards Sergeant is responsible for reviewing any complaints that are referred from the Patrol Division or directly from the citizens and is responsible for conducting internal affairs investigations as required.

The Professional Standards Sergeant also acts as the police department’s Public Information Officer and is the department’s media relations contact to include issuing media releases, participating in interviews and answering questions from the media on departmental matters.

The Professional Standards Department can be contacted directly by email or by calling 719-382-8555.