The consolidated Police / Sheriff Records Division serves as the central repository for all City Police, Coconino County Sheriff and Coconino County Detention Facility reports and related records. Information on police reports is entered into the Intergraph Public Safety Records Management System and is readily available for viewing or retrieval. Monthly statistical reports are produced for department staff and for FBI crime tracking. Now that the Records software is shared by five area agencies including Flagstaff, Williams, and Northern Arizona University Police Departments, the METRO Task Force, and the Coconino County Sheriffs Office and Detention Facility. The staff has immediate electronic access to detailed information on over 1,599,900 calls for service, 321,075 incidents and crime reports, 217,875 vehicles and more than 175,600 arrests and 135,680 jail bookings.
Obtaining Copies of Reports
Citizens wishing to obtain a copy of a police report may request in person, by mail, or order a copy online. Victims of a violent criminal offense may receive one free copy of a report in which they are listed as the victim. (This does not include video / audio tapes or photos.) For others, the copy fee for police reports is $8 for the first 20 pages and $0.10 a page thereafter.
To submit a request, please provide a report number (if available), date, time, and location of the incident, or name(s) of the person(s) involved. Requests for copies may take several days to process, depending on the nature of the incident and if the case is still under investigation. Checks should be made out to Flagstaff Police Department. Download the Request Form (PDF) and mail it to:
Flagstaff Police Department
ATTN: Records Division
911 E Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
The Records Division is currently comprised of 12 positions - a Support Services Supervisor, a Records Supervisor and 10 Administrative Specialists. The Support Services Supervisor is designated as the departments System Security Officer (SSO), responsible to ensure that the police department's network and personnel are in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures governing all the manual and automated information systems used within the police department. For more information please call Records at 928-214-2530.
Online Citizen Reporting System
Using the Flagstaff Police Department Police Online Citizen Reporting System you can report the following incidents (please choose one):
- Harassing Phone Call; no suspect, no valid Order of Protection or Injunction Against Harassment
- Criminal Damage to Property /Vandalism (excluding Graffiti) and property value of less than $1,000, no suspect and no evidence
- Lost Property
- Theft; property value of less than $1,000, no suspect and no evidence
- House Watch or Business Watch
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