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When a crime is in progress, and it is an emergency, call 911 and provide the dispatcher with as many details as you can. An officer will be dispatched to the incident, and a report will be taken as soon as the emergency is over.If you need to report a crime that is not an emergency, you can call our non-emergency phone number 707-678-7080, and the call taker will take the information. A police officer or community service officer will respond and take the report in most cases. Who responds is decided by the call-taker, based on the information you provide. Remember that emergencies take priority over non-emergencies, and delays may occur in handling non-emergency reports.
For traffic collisions accidents, you can obtain a copy of your report through crashdocs.org.
For other reports, you may request a copy in the following ways:
in person at the front counter of the police department,
via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
via mail at
Dixon Police Department
Attn: Records201 W A StreetDixon, CA 95620
Include with your request your name, the case number, your involvement or the involvement of the person you are representing, your address and daytime phone number.
GC6254 states we have 10 days from the date of the request to respond to the subject requesting a copy of a police report. The 10 days begins when we receive the request.
Copies of police reports are $0.05 per page after 20 pages.