You may request records several ways. You may call our Records Division at (607) 798-9561, complete the online forms below, or come the the Police Station in person during normal business hours and go to the Records Division window in the main lobby.
Below you will find links to the forms you need to request copies of police department records. These forms are in a PDF format and you will need at least version 7 of Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to use them. If the forms do not work or you have an earlier version of Reader please click here to download the latest version.
The "Submit by E-Mail" button will give you the option to save a copy of the form request for your personal records prior to emailing it. Depending upon your set-up and email application, especially if you use a web-based email (Hotmail, GMail, Etc.), you may need to attach the saved copy to an e-mail yourself.
If you are not able to e-mail the form you can print out a copy and either mail it to us or drop it off.
Request for Police Reports (will be emailed to email@example.com)
Requests for Motor Vehicle Accident Reports:
In an effort to provide citizens and insurance companies with the ability to obtain accurate and affordable crash reports as quickly as possible, our crash reports are now available for purchase online. All online requests for crash reports can be made at GetCrashReports.com.
GetCrashReports.com charges a nominal convenience fee for this service which is added to the cost of the report. Involved parties that do not wish to pay the convenience fee can still come to the police station and pay only the cost of the report.
All questions related to GetCrashReports.com can be answered by visiting their website GetCrashReports.com or e-mailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOIL Request (will be emailed to email@example.com)
These forms work best with at least version 7 of Adobe's Acrobat Reader.