City and Borough of Juneau
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Juneau, Alaska 99801
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How do I get a copy of my police report? First, read the important information below.  Then Click Here to fill out the request form.

 

For your convenience you now have the option of obtaining Accident Reports online for $4.00 payable by debit or credit cardClick Here to download your accident report.

 

How much will it cost? Click Here to see a list of JPD fees.  There is typically no cost to victims of a crime.  Please call the Records Unit at 586-0600 to see if this applies to your report.

 

Need s tatistical information? Are you looking for information like how many DWI's were reported in 2012 or how many seatbelt tickets were issued in January?  If so, you are looking for statistical information.  Click here to fill out the Request for Statistical Information form.

 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR REQUEST

 

  • Police reports that are still open, under investigation, have charges pending, or cases that have not been adjudicated in court are not subject to disclosure.

 

  • Reports that are releasable will be provided to you in 3-5 business days. There is a processing fee. You will be contacted by the JPD Records Department when the report is ready for pick up.  Your report will be held for 30 days from date of notification and then destroyed.

 

  • Confidential information has been blacked out in accordance with victim, witness, and juvenile privacy laws, or as provided by Exceptions to the Public Records Statute (below).

 

  • Some requests may be referred to the CBJ Law Department for legal opinion regarding disclosure.   A JPD Police Clerk will advise you if your request has been referred to Law within 5 business days from the date of request.  A request that has been referred for legal opinion will be delayed beyond JPD’s 3-5 business day release policy.

 

  • JPD does not release any part of a case that originated from another agency or department, such as Capital City Fire & Rescue, Bartlett Hospital, or Coroners Office, for example.

 

APPLICABLE STATUTES

 Your request may be denied, portions completely omitted, or information blacked out due to:

 

AS 40.25.120.        Public Records;  Exceptions;  Certified Copies.

  • Every person has a right to inspect a public record in the state, including public records in recorders’ offices, EXCEPT:

 

  • records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, but only to the extent that the production of the law enforcement records or information
    • could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings;
    • would deprive a person of a right to a fair trial or an impartial adjudication;
    • could reasonably be expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of a suspect, defendant, victim, or witness;
    • could reasonably be expected to disclose the identity of a confidential source;
    • would disclose confidential techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions;
    • would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations or prosecutions if the disclosure would reasonably be expected to risk circumvention of the law;  or
    • could reasonably be expected to endanger the life or physical safety of an individual.

 

AS 12.61.110.        Confidentiality of Victim and Witness Addresses and Telephone Numbers.

The residence and business addresses and telephone numbers of a victim of a crime or witness to a crime are confidential. A report, paper, picture, photograph, court file, or other document that relates to a crime and contains the residence or business address or telephone number of a victim or witness, and that is in the custody or possession of a public officer or employee, may not be made available for public inspection unless the residence and business addresses and telephone numbers of all victims and witnesses have been deleted.

 

Juvenile Records:

The release of law enforcement records pertaining to minors is governed by AS 47.10.093 (relating to children in need of aid) and AS 47.12.310 (relating to delinquent minors).   Juvenile records are otherwise privileged and not subject to disclosure without a court order.

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