Police, Accident, Reports & Victim Rights
Police & Accident Reports
Public Records Unit
Hours Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
Contact (916) 625-5405
Who can get a copy of a police report?
You may only get copies of police reports which directly involve you.
Who is an “involved party?”
The following are examples of involved parties. You will be required to present identification to verify your “involved party” status.
The following are examples of involved parties.
- suspect (please see exception below)
- reporting party
- party mentioned
- registered owner, etc.
When are reports available?
If the case involves an arrest or is up for criminal review, the report may not be releasable until after the case has been adjudicated, dismissed or declined. Call the Rocklin Police Records Unit to find out if the report has been completed and to verify that it is releasable.
How do I request a copy of a police report?
Fill out the form below and bring it, with proper identification to the Public Records Unit.
How much does it cost?
There is no cost unless the report is over 50 pages, which is a $5.00 fee.
- VictimLaw.info - Online resource that provides broad access to federal, state, and tribal victims’ rights laws.
- Placer County District Attorney’s Victim Services Center - Provides a number of victims/witnesses services to all victims and non-offending members of crime
Criminal Justice System