The Records Unit is the repository for all police reports and paperwork that is handled within the department. The Unit is comprised of records, word processing, and data entry personnel. The Unit handles paperwork for over 30,000+ cases per year. In addition to reports, the unit handles the release of vehicles and is the primary contact for the public when requesting information.
All official reports are maintained by the police department's Records Unit. Reports are generally available to the public within 7-10 working days. In order to obtain a copy of a traffic collision report, you must be listed as a driver, registered owner, passenger in the vehicle, or other involved party. An authorized representative may request a report on your behalf as long as they have a signed waiver. Traffic collision reports are $19 per report. Request forms for all police reports are available at the front counter in the Police Department Records lobby, located on the first floor. Valid picture identification is required. Crime and Incident reports are releasable to victims. For information about the release of a specific report, you can call the Records Division at (805) 385-7650.
Live Scan Fingerprinting
An appointment is required and takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Applicants must bring in the "Request for Live Scan Service" (BCII 8016) form and valid identification. Acceptable forms of identification include:
Minors may bring in a current school identification card as long as it has a photograph. Otherwise, minors must have a parent present and must bring in a certified copy of a birth certificate.
The rolling fee for each live scan service is $19, plus any additional fees charged by the Department of Justice. Applicants must be prepared to pay for all fees at the time of their live scan appointment by either cash or check.
Additional Live Scan Information:
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