The Records Unit is responsible for maintaining the physical security of our records as well as entering information from reports into the computer system. They also provide information for the FBI, courts, insurance companies and the general public. One part-time and five full-time employees staff the Records Unit. Without the information they provide, many of our units would not be as effective and our ability to make decisions as a department would be hindered.
You can obtain police reports from the Records Division.
Notice: Fees for Copies of Public Records Ordinance 2-1306
$25 per hour and $0.10 per page.
Time Increment Charge
15 Minutes $6.25
30 Minutes $12.50
45 Minutes $18.75
60 Minutes $25
Police records is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may call them at: 816-271-4705. Alcohol License processing ends at 4:30 p.m.
Request a Report
You can request a copy of an incident or crash report online by clicking the green button below. Crash reports are available for single car accident, rear-end collision, side-impact collision, head-on collision, vehicle rollover, pedestrian involved collision, or private property collision. Incident reports are available for theft, vandalism, lost property, identity theft and vehicle theft or tampering.