How do I get a copy of a Report?

To obtain a copy of a report you must go to the Police/Courts building in the Civic Center.  It is building 3 on the Civic Center Map.
 

Public hours are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday (closed on City Holidays).


Records Division is the official repository for all police and collision reports created by the Tulsa Police Department, the Sperry Police Department and the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office. The division completes data entry into the department's records management system and handles both officer requests for information and public requests. Public hours are 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday (closed on City Holidays).

 
 
All police reports are filed in Police Records which is the official custodian for the Tulsa Police Department.  The Oklahoma Open Records Act provides for public access to defined "Open Records".  City of Tulsa Mayoral Executive Order 95-04 states that the City of Tulsa shall comply with the Open Records Act. 

Crime victims are entitled to a free copy of their report but they must appear in person in order to verify identity.  Email requests for free copies will not be honored.

Type of Request Fees
Arrest Log/Blotter (current month only) $0.25
TRACIS Incident Report (front page & property) $0.25 per page*
Collision Report $0.25 per page*
Vehicle Tow Reports $0.25
Warrants (adult only) $0.25
Pictures 3" X 5" $3.00 per picture
Pictures 5" X 7" $5.00 per picture
Audio Cassettes $6.00 each
VHS Cassettes $7.50 each
DVD $6.00 each
CD $6.00 each
Certified Pages $1.00 each

*In accordance with city ordinance, victims of crimes and collisions may receive one report copy without a charge being assessed.  ID may be requested.  The victim must appear in person to verify identity.  Email requests for free copies will not be honored. Additional copies are full price.

Printed logs may be inspected at the public counter with no fee during regular business hours, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, holidays excluded.  Computer logs are not available for inspection.

All requests for information must be in writing with all possible details concerning the names of individuals involved, and the date, location, and nature of the incident for which the copy is being requested.  Vague or open-ended requests will not be accepted for processed.

Mail requests to:

Records Custodian
Tulsa Police Records
P.O. Box 1027
Tulsa, OK  74103

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