How can I get a copy of a police report?

Copies of police reports may be available from our Records Department during normal business hours, 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, except holidays.  Incidents assigned for follow up investigation, or when citations have been issued or charges have been referred to the District Attorney’s Office may not be available until a later time.  

Inquiries may be made via phone to the Records Department by calling 608-824-7360 or by sending an email.  There is a charge of 25 cents per page for printed reports.  In addition, a location fee may be charged if the cost to locate the record(s) in question is $50.00 or more.  All requests will be processed as soon as practical and without delay.  Most requests are satisfied within ten business days. 

Click here to view our Public Records Notice (PDF).

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