The Records Division is housed in the front lobby of the police station and has a Spanish-speaking receptionist available. The Records Division Lieutenant is Pat Ruiz. The department is comprised of Records Supervisor Denise Ryan and four Records Technicians:
The Records Division staff provides initial customer service to visitors of the police station and is responsible for the distribution of police reports. They enter data from officer reports into a crime-reporting database, and they maintain the filing system for all written reports.
Police Record/Report Requests
Requests for police records and reports will be handled promptly based on the nature and extent of the request. If more than 10 days are required (from the date of the request) you will be notified.
The report number (e.g. 01-0999) is needed to file a request. If report number is not known, the following is required:
Date of incident
Name of persons involved
Social security number and driver's license number
Type of incident
Fees & Exemptions
A flat fee of $5 is charged for copies of the first ten pages (10) of a report and $0.25 per page thereafter. Persons listed as victim in the report(s) shall have the fee waived.
Immediate family members of homicide or manslaughter victims are also exempt.
Other services provided by the Records Section include:
Background Investigations (fee of $5)
Fingerprinting Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:00am to 10:00am (fee of $5) Please contact DPS (928) 778-3271 for a fingerprint card or packet as we do not provide them.
House Watch and Neighborhood Watch Programs
Lost and Found
Service Window Assistance
The Records Division can be reached at 928-772-9261, or via email.