The Sanger Police Department provides services to the community of Sanger 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The officer hours for the Police Records Section is open Monday - Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., closed weekends and holidays.
The Police Records Unit is the first point of contact when a person visits the Sanger Police Department. When you enter our main lobby, you can request police services by contacting a Clerk at the office window. The Police Records Clerk can assist you with a variety of services such as issuance of permits, requests for copies of police reports, vehicle tow release, repossession release, provide general information about a crime or other public safety matters. If the Clerk is unable to assist you, they can call a Police Officer to come in to answer your questions, take a police report or respond to your request as appropriate.
The Police Records Unit is charged with the processing, retention and routing of all police reports, citations, arrest records, warrants and other documents prepared by department personnel in the performance of their duties.
Copies of police reports are available from the Records Unit. A Request for Information Form (PDF) is required to be completed; those entitled to a copy of a report will be granted in accordance to CA law. A Request for Information Form is available at the Police Department or online.
Please allow 7 to 10 days for processing.
The following information is necessary to identify the requested report:
Case number, if available
Date and location of incident
Domestic Violence victims are entitled to a free copy of the police report.
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Traffic Collision Reports
The Sanger Police Department has teamed up with LexisNexis in order to allow you more convenient access to your traffic collision reports. You will now be able to purchase traffic collision reports online by clicking the link below.
Public Records Notice
The Sanger Police Department is committed to ensuring your rights to promptly inspect and/or receive copies, in a reasonable amount of time, of public records maintained by the police department. The Records Division is available to accept public records inquiries.