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1030 E. Union St.
P.O.Box 3720 | San Luis, AZ 85349
The Records Division receives, routes, and files criminal and other informational records required by the San Luis Police Department. On a daily basis, Records Division, maintains and prepares police reports, citations and other related duties. Additionally, the Records Division disseminates information to San Luis Police Officers, authorized agencies and the public as authorized and required by rule or law, on a promptly and efficient manner.
Police Records (Including Accident Reports)
To obtain a copy of a police report in person, you must complete a Public Records Request form. Your request must provide specific information about the incident as well as the reason for the request. A case number will assist us in obtaining your report promptly.
You may call our business line before coming in to the police department to pick up a report; this will allow you to know if the police report in question is already filed in the Records Section. Our Records Direct line is 928.341.2460.
Police Reports are available for pick-up approximately seven (7) to ten (10) days after initial report date.
You can also request a copy of a report by mail by filling the Public Records Request Form or by submitting a written request. The written request should list the following information:
- A case number
- name of party (ies) involved
- date and time of report
- location of incident
- the purpose for the information requested
- contact number
Call Records division to obtain the correct amount, then mail in your money order, payable to the City of San Luis.
San Luis Police Department
Records Division – Report Request
PO BOX 3720
San Luis, Arizona 85349
Public Records Request forms are available at the police department or download below:
Fees for Police Records
Local Record Check
This letter will provide a local search of the San Luis Police Department’s files – ONLY, for individuals inquiring. A search of records from other jurisdictions is not conducted; you must contact each agency separately. You may ONLY obtain a Record Check Letter on yourself. Under Arizona’s Public Records Law (A.R.S. § 39-121), Public Records Unit employees cannot provide you with information on another person arrest record. In order to obtain a Local Record Check on yourself you must provide the following:
If you need a complete criminal history, contact:
Arizona State Department of Public Safety
2102 W. Encanto Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85009