City Offices will be closed Monday, July 6th for the Independence Day Holiday. Solid waste collection will be on a modified schedule the week of July 6 - 10. Follow this link for details.

Records Management

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The Police Records Management Unit serves as the primary depository of police documents that are considered to be the official document of record for most police activities. The section's responsibilities include receiving documents and reviewing them for accuracy and completeness; indexing data from each document into the department's Records Management System (RMS) to ensure future retrieval of documents when needed; documents requested from attorneys' offices and testifying in court; and entering, modifying, and clearing all of the department's NCIC/DCI hot file records (stolen vehicles, wanted/missing persons, stolen articles, etc.). Additionally, Records Specialists verify that all documents are accounted for, coded and classified indexed information to comply with state and national standards, release towed vehicles, and handle customers effectively.

Please contact Records Management at 336-475-4272