Police Department - Report/Incident Request
The Reedley Police Department is committed to making information available to the public when requested. However, it will not release information that interferes with an individual’s right to privacy, or when the release of information may jeopardize the safety of an individual or the successful completion of a law enforcement investigation.
Police reports shall not be released without first establishing both the "right to know" and the "need to know." "Right to know" is defined as the right to obtain police report information pursuant to court order, statute, or decisional law. "Need to know" is defined as the necessity to obtain police report information to execute official responsibilities.
All requests will be date/time stamped as received on the first Records Division business day after the request has been submitted.
Within 10 calendar days of the date/time stamp, you will be informed whether your request will be approved, in whole or in part. In unusual circumstances, the time limit may be extended by written notice to the person making the request, setting forth the reasons for the extension and the date on which a determination is expected to be made.
The processing time for your report will vary depending on the incident. If your report is not available at the time of your request, it will be released to you as soon as it becomes available.
The report will not be released without proper photo identification and until fees have been paid.
By clicking this link and using this electronic form you are agreeing to the terms stated above:Report/Incident Request Form - English/Spanish (PDF download)
You may email the completed form to: PDRequests@reedley.ca.gov