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How do you file a report with the Butler City Police Department?

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Dial 911 if you need to contact the Butler City Police Department due to an emergency. As of 2015, if a citizen calls (660) 679-6131, the department dispatches a police officer to take the report. A citizen can also file a report in person at 309 North Fulton Street, according to the Butler City Police Department.

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For non-emergency police reports, dial (660) 679-6131 to have a police officer arrive at the scene. A copy of a police report can only be issued in person at police headquarters. It is generally a good idea to bring identification. To obtain a copy of a police report, visit police headquarters at 309 North Fulton Street, and fill out the required paperwork. As of 2015, the department charges a $5 fee to compile each report requested. Once you pay the fee, the department issues the police report, as explained by the Butler City Police Department.

The Butler City Police Department also runs an anonymous tip service line, at (660) 200-2000. Faxes may be sent to (660) 679-6133. Citizens can file police reports 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The motto of the department explains its mission to partner with the community in preventing crime and providing quality police services, according to the Butler City police department.

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