The most reliable way to access police reports is to visit a police station in person or call on the phone and request the reports directly. It's generally necessary to have either the case number or the full name of at ... More » Government & Politics Public Records

The fee for obtaining police reports varies from state to state, although these documents are typically free for the complainants and victims of the related crime or violation. Requests for police reports are usually fil... More » Government & Politics Public Records

Individuals can obtain a copy of a police report by contacting the issuing police department and requesting a copy of the report, according to FindLaw. Some departments may charge a small fee to photocopy the police repo... More »

Police reports in the city of Albuquerque, N.M., may be obtained in person by stopping by any of the police substations between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The six substations include the Footh... More »

To report a phone scam call, evidentiary support is required. The accuser must be 100 percent certain that the person calling is a scammer. Only then can the Federal Trade Commission, FBI, or local police department be c... More » Government & Politics Public Records

A 411 reverse phone service typically costs $1.99 per call plus airtime, before the acknowledgement of geographic location, as of 2015. The popular carriers AT&T, Verizon and Sprint all offer this service. More » Government & Politics Public Records

Each county police department handles the release of reports differently. A member of the public can always request the police report of any incident or accident for which the time and location is known; a form for reque... More » Government & Politics Public Records