Who Can Request a Report?
- The victim of a crime,
- an attorney representing someone who has been the victim of a crime
- or insurance company representing someone who has been the victim of a crime.
The Fullerton Police Department does not release copies of crime reports to arrested persons or named suspects. If you've been arrested your attorney is entitled to a copy of the report on the date of your arraignment. The District Attorney will provide your attorney with this copy.
How Do I Request a Report?
- In person by coming to the Fullerton Police Department Front Desk.
- Over the telephone, by calling (714) 738-6791.
- Requests can also be made via US Postal Mail by submitting a written request and a check/money order in the amount of $15.00. Mail the request to:
- Fullerton Police Department
237 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
What Does the Report Cost?
There is a fee of $15.00 due for the first 10 pages of a report and .50 for each page thereafter.
When will the Report be Available?
Crime Reports are normally available within 5 to 7 days from the date of the report was taken.
- Once you have requested the report, you will be notified by telephone when the report is ready for release.
- You must respond to the Police Department to pay for the report and to pick it up, or you may send a check for the fees along with a stamped self addressed envelope.