If you are a defendant in a criminal or juvenile case, and you have an attorney, he or she will obtain a copy of the police report for you from our office; you can get a personal copy from your attorney.
If you are a defendant and do not have an attorney -- or are just an interested citizen -- you can obtain a copy of a police report after the case as been completed from the police agency under the Freedom of Information Act.
If you are a defendant of a misdemeanor and do not have an attorney, you may bring your driver's license or state identification card and fill out a form to receive a copy of your police report. Please be aware that it will be your responsibility to give a copy to your attorney shall you decide to retain or request a court-appointed attorney after receiving your police report.
Victim requests for police reports are handled on a case-by-case basis. The Prosecuting Attorney assigned to the case has the ultimate decision on whether it will be provided.