I was involved in an accident, what do I do?
If anyone involved requires medical assistance, call 911. If your vehicles are immobile and causing a traffic hazard, contact the police department so an officer can respond and assist with removing the vehicles from the roadway. The police department does not take non-injury traffic collision reports. All involved parties should exchange information and report the accident to their insurance companies.

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1. How much do police reports cost?
2. How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
3. What should I do if I encounter some type of explosive device?
4. My property was vandalized / my car was broken into; how do I make a report?
5. I was involved in an accident, what do I do?
6. How do I obtain a restraining order?
7. How do I evict someone?
8. How do I find out if someone is in custody?
9. How can I obtain a copy of a police report I have already filed?
10. Is juvenile (under 18 years old) arrest information public and can I obtain a copy?
11. The insurance company says it is my responsibility to obtain a copy of my accident report. Is this correct?
12. Why must I make an appointment to claim my property?
13. How do I obtain a police clearance letter for immigration or visa purposes?
14. How do I get a copy of my arrest history?
15. How do I obtain copies of crime statistics?
16. How do I get fingerprinted?
17. How do I retrieve my property from the Police Department?
18. How do I get a release for my vehicle if it was towed by the Police Department?
19. Can I get my impounded vehicle out prior to the 30 day impound period?
20. What is a post storage hearing?
21. Why do you charge $100 for a vehicle release form?
22. How do i get a release for my vehicle repossession?