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Police Report Downloads

Search our Accident Report Database powered by CARFAX® or send your request for any other type of police report online. It’s secure, quick and convenient.

Accident Report Requests
Accident Reports

Our Accident Report Database is powered by Carfax®. Reports are available 5-7 business days after incident. The database can be easily searched by last name & date of accident. There is a standard $10.00 download fee for all accident reports.

All Other Reports
All Other Reports

Our Request A Report service is powered by Lexis-Nexis®. Requests must undergo a screening and approval process prior to online distribution. You will receive a disposition email along with download fee information and link to your file usually within five (5) business days.

All report requests can still be made in person at the Data Management Unit Office Monday-Friday between the hours of 9AM and 4PM.

WP Department of Public Safety
77 So. Lexington Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601

The fee for photocopied reports is $0.25 per page.

The fee for an Audio, Photo or Video Data CD or DVD is $25.00.

You have the right to see public records. Records can be seen and copied at:

WP Department of Public Safety
77 So. Lexington Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601

The following officials will help you to exercise your right to access:

Chief Joseph Castelli
(914) 422-6210

Captain Anthony Drago
(914) 422-6104

If you are denied access to a record, you may appeal to:

John Callahan
Corporation Counsel
255 Main Street
White Plains, NY 10601

The Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) pertains to the public’s right to gain access to government records.

This statute is based upon a presumption of access and, since its initial enactment, has undergone significant changes based largely upon recommendations made by the NY Department of State’s Committee on Open Government.

For more information regarding the Freedom of Information Law such as Regulations, Advisory Opinions, Case Law Studies and FAQ’s. Please visit the NY Department of State’s Committee on Open Government website.

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