The Police Department Support Services Division is open to assist the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and employs five civilian personnel. The goal of our Division is to provide essential support services efficiently and effectively for line operations of our Department and to the community members we serve.
- • Assistance to the public
- • Police Radio Communications
- • GCIC / NCIC Operations and maintenance
- • Data entry
- • General record maintenance
- • Processing requests for Incident and Accident Reports
- • Processing requests for Criminal Background Checks
- • Evidence custodian
- • Transcriptions
- • Administrative Support
- • Case Management
Lost or Stolen Items
The most common case report request is for lost or stolen items. These reports generally don’t need a lengthy follow up investigation and can be released with few restrictions.
Reports Still Under Investigation
Case reports, which are still under investigation because of arrests made or arrests pending cannot be released until the investigation is completed. Requests for these reports will be referred to the Prosecutor’s Office for further information.
These reports are the officer’s notes on the arrest of a suspect. These reports will be released only after the suspect arrested has gone to court and the case has been adjudicated by the Courts.
How to Request a Report
To request copies of a report, go to Request a Report. Print the form, fill in all required information, and return the form to the Records Manager at the Auburn Department Records Division. In order to view the form online you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which you can download for free.