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How to Obtain a Police Report

Last Modified: July 19, 2012

The Police Records Division, located at Police Headquarters, 6716 Six Forks Road, handles public requests for reports. Crash Reports are free of charge if you visit the Records counter or you can access it through the online system.

The majority of requests are traffic accident (Crash) reports, or incident (Crime) reports. Crime Reports include all reports taken by the police department, in person or by telephone, other than a traffic accident.

Incident Reports

Incident reports are available at the Records Division located in the lobby of Police Headquarters, 6716 Six Forks Road.

Hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact the Records Division at 919-996-3325 with any other questions.

You can also obtain a report for a number of non-emergency crimes. Online reporting users will be able to print a temporary copy of their report immediately after it is submitted. Online submissions are reviewed by the department before a permanent report number is issued.

Crash Reports

crash reports

Crash reports are available online.

Online Crash Reports System

Criminal History Reports

CCBI handles all criminal history reports. Go to the CCBI website

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