Administration of records involves the processing and appropriate assignment of all incoming paperwork generated by law enforcement personnel, and maintenance of all local criminal history files. Records processed include warning tickets, summons and complaints, case reports, parking tickets, arrest reports, and traffic accident reports.
Staffed by one full-time administrative assistant, the Records Department plays a key role in assisting law enforcement personnel with their requests, and also in responding to both telephone and in-person customer inquiries. Local background checks are conducted for government and other law enforcement agencies, as well as report requests from the public. Records staff maintains and prepares invoices, collects and accounts for fees, and assembles and reports statistics. Additionally, the Administrative Assistant serves as the purchasing agent for the Department.
Reports, including traffic accident reports, can be obtained through the Records office by filling out a record request form and providing photo identification, either in person or online.
The Records office is open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.