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How do I get a copy of a crime report?
Copies of releasable crime reports are available to authorized parties. Government Code 6254 and case law restricts the supplying of police reports in certain circumstances. Once a crime report is filed with the District Attorney's Office, suspects, victims, and other interested parties should contact the Alameda County Superior Court - Fremont Hall of Justice, District Attorney's Office at (510) 795-2500 for additional information.

To purchase a copy of a releasable crime report, you must complete an Application for Release of Information request form or visit our Records Unit Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

You may return the form by faxing it to the Records Unit at (510) 790-6831, or drop it off at the front desk in the lobby area.

If your request meets the criteria for release of disclosable public records, it will be available for purchase (upon receipt of the form) within 10 days of receipt of request.

For information about the status of your request, please contact the Records Unit at (510) 790-6860.

Please Note: Effective July 1, 2006, a fee of $13 is charged for each report.

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2. How do I get a copy of a crime report?
3. Is there a cost to getting a copy of my police report?
4. I was issued a ticket. What is the fine and how do I pay?
5. I tried to pay my ticket, but the court cannot find it. What do I do?
6. I lost my ticket, but I fixed the problems. What do I do?
7. My vehicle was towed and I need to know where it is. Can you tell me?
8. What are the fees for a towed vehicle?
9. Can someone else pick up my vehicle release?
10. If I disagree with the reason my vehicle was towed, who can I contact?
11. I want to buy a house in a certain neighborhood. How can I find out what kind of crimes have occurred there?
12. How can I obtain a restraining order?
13. How can I find out if there is a restraining order against me?
14. How can I find out if I have a warrant?
15. What should I do if I have a warrant?
16. Can I find out if someone else has a warrant?