Can I get a copy of an officer's Incident Report?
When a citizen calls the safety center reporting a crime, accident, or other incident, a call for service report is completed. This call for service details the date, time, specific location, and immediate facts and circumstances surrounding a crime or incident. This information is available to the press and public upon request. Police investigative reports are not public records (Iowa Code Chapter 22.7 ) and are typically not released to the public.

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1. Can I get a copy of my driving record?
2. Can I get a copy of my child’s driving record?
3. Why was my name released to the newspaper?
4. Can I make an anonymous report to the Safety Center?
5. How can I get a copy of my criminal history?
6. Does your office release juvenile information?
7. What is the fee to obtain a copy of an accident report?
8. Can I get a copy of an officer's Incident Report?
9. If I have drug information, how do I provide it to an officer?
10. How do I check to see if a person is on the sex offender registry?
11. What is the most common way to detect a methamphetamine lab?
12. What happens if I am involved in a motor vehicle accident?
13. What do I do if I am issued a ticket and I do not agree with the officer or the ticket?