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Police Reports

How do I obtain a copy of a police incident report?

Contact the Prince Geroge’s County Police Records Center Automated Request Line at (301) 985-3660. Copies of police reports can be obtained at a cost of $10.00 payable by business check or money order. No cash or personal checks are accepted. You can also mail requests with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the Police Records Center, 4923 43rd Avenue Hyattsville, Maryland 20781-2020. Please allow 2-4 weeks for the report to be delivered. Please provide names of persons involved, date, time, and the location of the incident. Also, if available, please provide the case number. Police reports cannot be obtained from the Police Records Center on a walk-in basis, only through the mail.

How do I obtain a copy of an accident report?

Copies of accident reports, taken by the City of District Heights Police Department, may be picked up at the District Heights Municipal Center, located at 2000 Marbury Drive, District Heights, Maryland 20736. The fee is $10.00, payable by business check, money order, or cash.

Vehicle Impounds

My car has been impounded by the City of District Heights Police Department. What information will I need to obtain a vehicle release?

A vehicle release can be obtained at the District Heights Municipal Center. The information you will need is the title or registration for the vehicle, and a photo ID of yourself showing that you are the owner of the vehicle. If you are the owner of a vehicle involved in an accident, and are on the scene of the accident, with the proper identification (photo ID and the vehicle registration) you can obtain a vehicle release from the officer on the scene. If you are not the registered owner, you must present an original signed and notarized authorization from the owner granting you permission to obtain the release.

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