The Records Division of the Sheridan Police Department is responsible for receiving and maintaining all reports and records generated by the Police Department. All case reports, fingerprint cards and accident reports are handled through Records. The Records Technician is also responsible for ensuring proper entries are made into the computerized Records Management System (RMS), and for generating all required State and Federal crime reports. Records requests are made to this Division.
Records Requests Guidelines
Guidelines for requesting police reports from the Sheridan Police Department. You may make your request in person at the Police Department. The records department is open 7:00AM to 4:00PM, Monday through Friday. If you prefer, you may mail your request to the address listed below. Requests by mail must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope and the appropriate fees.
Sheridan Police Department
All requests for police reports must be made in writing and must include specific information helpful in identification of the requested records (name, date of occurrence, case number, location of incident, associated parties, type of case, etc.). Requests must be given ample time to be processed.A fee of $10.00 (ten dollars) is due for each incident report request.
An additional fee of $.50 (fifty cents) per page will be assessed for incident reports over 10 (ten) pages in length.
A fee of $10.00 (ten dollars) will be charged for each CONTACT SHEET/RECORDS CHECK request.A fee of $5.00 (five dollars) is due for each accident report request – this includes non-reportable accidents where total combined damage is less than $1000.
To obtain a copy of a State Reportable accident – all accidents where total combined damage is over $1000 – you must contact the State of WY Accident Records – 5300 Bishop Blvd, Cheyenne WY 82009 or call them at 307-777-4450.
A fee of $.50 (fifty cents) PER digital photo on regular copy paper of $3 (three dollars) PER digital photo on photo paper. More than one photo will appear per page.
Reports that are under investigation or those pending prosecution will not be released.
Juvenile information will be released only to the parent or legal guardian of the juvenile. The parent or legal guardian is required to provide a certified copy of the birth certificate of the juvenile before information will be released.
Any information or report that would violate HIPPA laws will not be released.
Should you have any additional questions, you may contact the Records Department by calling 307-672-5173, or emailing us a firstname.lastname@example.org
Your cooperation in your request for these important documents is appreciated. Thank you.