The Records Division is a service support unit within the Administrative Services Bureau. The objective of this division is to provide services to all units of the Inglewood Police Department.
The Division consists of a Records Administrator, one Supervisor, and eleven Records Technicians.
The section maintains paper copies, microfilm archives, and a computerized database of all crime and arrest reports, citations, motor vehicle actions, and other departmental reports. Information is provided by telephone, mail, or in person at the public counter.
For the protection of the community and city employees from the unintended transmission of illness, the Police Records window will be closed to walk-in visitors. All vehicle releases will be conducted by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling the Records Division at (310) 412-5215.
Until further notice, all requests for copies of reports must be by mail. To do so, you must complete the Report Request Form and send it to the mailing address listed above along with a copy of your valid photo ID, and a check or money order for $12.50. Please make checks and money orders payable to the City of Inglewood. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH.
Traffic collision reports will be available online for your convenience. To obtain a copy of a traffic collision report, please go to https://policereports.lexisnexis.com/. Please allow a minimum of 15 days from the date of the accident to allow the report to be reviewed and approved for release by the Traffic Division.
The processing time for your report will vary depending on the incident. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, please call 310-412-5215.
If your request is made pursuant to the California Public Records Act, that request must be made to the Inglewood City Clerk, located in City Hall, 1 Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301.
|Crime / Arrest / Miscellaneous Reports||$12.50 per Report|
|Research||$35 per Hour|
|Subpoena Service||$15 - $150|