Records Department

Responsibilities & Duties

Records handles all phases of record-keeping and public record distribution for the Show Low Police Department. Responsibilities and duties include:
  • Handle walk-in lobby traffic.
  • Provide police and accident reports to public upon request.
  • Duplicate video and audio as necessary for court proceedings, attorneys, and the public.
  • Maintain and provide copies of police and accident reports to insurance companies, attorneys, and the public.
  • Provide information on arrests and major cases to the Navajo County Attorney Office and other agencies for prosecution.
  • Monitor Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) / National Incident Based Crime Reporting (NIBRS) and juvenile justice compliance.
  • Submit all reportable accidents to Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).
  • Provide fingerprinting services to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2 - 4 p.m. by appointment.
  • Issue alarm permits.
  • Provide Local Record Checks for apartments, residence, and the Salvation Army.

Requesting Copies of Criminal Records

  • Visit the Police Department and fill out a request in person.
  • Download and complete a Records Request Form and return it to the Show Low Police Department by email, mail or in person.
  • Use our online Records Request Form, be sure to provide a good phone number so our Records Department personnel can contact you.

Traffic Accident Reports

  •  Visit the web page to view and print your traffic accident report for a fee. Citizens may also contact the Show Low Police Department to request an accident report.

Alarm Permits