Civil / Records / Public Information Officer / Auxiliary / Concealed Carry (CCW)
Some of the responsibilities of the Civil/Records Division are to handle the Sheriff’s Land Sales and to serve warrants and court papers.
When needing a copy of your crash report, please call the office first to ensure that the report is ready for pick up. It usually takes approximately 2-3 days for the report to come the Records Division (this time may vary with bad weather). Make sure to have your report number ready or any information that you have available. You can pick up your report in person, have it mailed to you, or sent to a fax machine.
When needing a copy of your incident report, please call the office ahead of time to ensure that the report is available for release. This can sometimes be a lengthy process depending on the type of report and if it is an open investigation. Open investigation reports are not public records. If it is an open theft/burglary report, we are only able to release the property lists for insurance purposes.
We currently do not charge for reports that are average in length (about 50 pages). Anything greater than 50 pages we are able to charge $0.05 a page.