Many people who request police reports are actually referring to incidents which did not generate a report, but are simply entries in our log.
Our daily logs are public information and may be reviewed here during normal business hours free of charge by coming to the station and requesting them by date. The logs we make available for public review remain in the station at all times. If log entries are printed as part of a report request, a fee will apply. Basic information about every call is available on the Want to Read the Police Log
page of this website.
Examples of calls which would be log entries but may not generate a report are: Animal complaints, non-reportable accidents*, minor neighbor disputes, minor vandalism, motor vehicle stops, reports of suspicious vehicles or persons, medical assists, false burglar alarms, public service calls, etc.
Examples of calls which generally generate a report are: Domestic disturbances, all arrests, reportable accidents*, breaking & entering, suspected criminal activity, reported sex crimes, assault & battery, etc.
* Look for "Definitions" on our Accident Assistance page for an explanation of reportable vs. non-reportable accidents