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Connecticut State Police
Reports and Records and
State Police Bureau of Identification

Reports and Records

HOW DO I GET A COPY OF A STATE POLICE REPORT?

1.   Effective September 17, 2010, most accident reports will be available online at Docview.us.com. Most accident reports will normally be available within ten business days following the date of the accident. Please note, not all accidents will be available on Docview.  All other incident reports, which are not accident related, and requests for certified copies must be submitted via mail. 

2.   You may also obtain a copy of an accident or incident report by mailing

a completed request form, DPS-96-C “Request for Copy of Report.”   Please mail the completed form and appropriate payment to:

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Division of State Police
Reports and Records
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 06457

The $16.00 search fee is mandated by Section 29-10b under Connecticut General Statute and is non-refundable.

If you have questions, please call (860) 685-8250

  Form  DPS-96-C

        Form  DPS-96-C (Spanish)

*DO NOT E-MAIL or FAX REQUEST, U.S. MAIL only

WHERE DO I SERVE A SUBPOENA FOR A DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PUBLIC PROTECTION REPORT?

All subpoenas for Reports and Records must be served at the:

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
Connecticut State Police Headquarters
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 06457


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State Police Bureau of Identification

All requests for criminal history should be mailed to:

Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection
State Police Bureau of Identification
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, CT 06457

(860) 685-8480


HOW DO I REQUEST A CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD?
Click on the following for the form and instructions:

                                
DPS-0846-C
Adobe PDF
 
         

                                         

HOW DO I REQUEST A LETTER OF GOOD CONDUCT ?

THIS FORM IS REQUIRED WHEN ENTERING THE UNITED STATES OR A FOREIGN COUNTRY.

Click on the following for the form and instructions:

                                

DPS-181-C
Adobe PDF 

          
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DO NOT E-MAIL or FAX REQUESTS, U.S. MAIL ONLY


Please note, fingerprinting for criminal record checks must be completed by a law enforcement agency.  Fingerprints taken by the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection are subject to a fee of $15.00.

Rate Change Information - Effective March 19, 2012





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