Do you have a right to get a copy of police reports pertaining to events (break-ins)at your home subsequent to the police meeting with you??

have asked for copies of police reports following several incidents  at  my home.  usually  you can pick up these pages  pertaining  to what  the  police  have  written  and  filed  within3or 4 days of your  request.  (this is a small town).. after an occurrence,i told the policethe names of whom i saw  running away up my driveway and another parked close at hand---nothing was  done by the police. the PERP is related to a policeman in a nearby town..

Asked over 9 years ago in County of fairfield, Connecticut
Categories: Civil Litigation  Human Rights  Criminal Law  Personal Injury

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Kimberly Diego

Answer by Kimberly Diego

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There is nothing preventing you from getting the records.  Simply make a records request through the agency that handled the case.

Posted about 9 years ago

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