The records division can be contacted by phone at
(806) 273-0937, fax (806) 273-0940, or regular mail.
The most common requests for records are accident
and incident reports. There is a fee for most records
and a time period from the date of request to the
time the records are available for pickup.
Accident reports, by State Law, have 10 days to be
completed and submitted to the State. If you request
an accident report prior to the 10 day time period,
there will most likely be a delay in the availability
of the report.
Public Record Incident Reports contain minimal information.
The information consists of the date, time, location,
and type of offense. Some property is listed. Contact
the records clerk if you need to know the extent of
the information available in a report. No information
will be released on a case that is part of an ongoing
With either type of report, the requestor will need
to provide adequate information to allow the report
to be located. When possible, provide the report number,
or officer and approximate date, or location and approximate
Once reports are ready, they can be paid for and
picked up from the Dispatchers, located in the front
of the Police Department.
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