Police Records

Records Supervisor:  Gail Kennerson
(409) 983-8652
Recordkeeping, especially in this informational age, has taken on extreme importance over past years. On a daily basis insurance companies, victims, attorneys, prosecutors, and a host of other agencies demand information often as soon as it is generated.

The Records Supervisor must ensure that reports submitted are clear, concise, and accurate.  Records are the lifeblood of any law enforcement agency and each year the demands upon these records increases. Without accurate and concise records policing functions would not exist. Records are crucial for the preservation of the rights of all parties involved — be it the victim, the accused, or someone with a financial interest in the outcome.  Without properly recording history, these rights will not be protected and we could easily become part of the problems we address, rather than being a part of the solutions.  Records also assist in crime prevention by identifying problem areas — they serve as the official memory of this City’s law enforcement agency.

Records Division Hours

(409) 983-8659
(409) 983-8651
Monday – Friday   8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays  Closed

Available Reports

OFFENSE REPORT $1.00  (Front Page Only)
CALL FOR SERVICE REPORT $1.00
AREA CRIME REPORT $28.50 + $5.00 for CD or $1.00 per page
CALLS FOR SERVICE REPORT (LOCATION/ADDRESS) $5.00
Information required:   Location
 

 

 
ACCIDENT REPORTS $6.00
Or you may go online at https://ecrash.lexisnexis.com 

Information Required:  Location, Date of Accident, Name of Driver 

 

 

 
CLEARANCE LETTERS
(For Housing, Employment, Immigration, etc.)
$6.00

Information Required:  Valid State Photo ID, Social Security Number, Current Address, Date of Birth

NOTE:  All clearance letters can be picked up the next business day or will be mailed.