The Round Rock Police Department can provide the following reports, services and permits: accident reports, offense reports, arrest reports, service call history, statistical reports, public fingerprinting, and solicitation permits. The reports are available in person or by mail.
If you received a CR-2 form (commonly referred to as the â€śblueâ€ť form) this is a driver-generated accident report. Fill out the form, make a copy for your files and send the form to the Texas Department of Transportation at the address listed on the form. The Round Rock Police Dept. will not have any additional information on these accidents. Additional forms can be picked up at any police department or obtained from the Texas Department of Transportation website.
An offense report is generated whenever a crime is reported, and includes but is not limited to: burglary (of vehicles, homes, or businesses) theft, assault, criminal mischief, etc.
To obtain a copy of an offense report, you may request it by mail or in person at the Records lobby located at 2701 N. Mays. You must provide one of the following: a report number, name of a person involved in the offense, location of the offense or the date of the offense. There is a fee of 10 cents per copy of the offense report. If requested by mail, please include a check/money order made out to the City of Round Rock. Call (512) 218-5500 for further assistance. We cannot release information about an offense report over the telephone.
To obtain a copy of an arrest report, you may request it by mail or in person at the Police Department at 2701 N. Mays. You must provide one of the following: a report number, name of a person involved in the arrest, location of the arrest or the date of the arrest. There is a fee of 10 cents per copy of the arrest report. If requested by mail, please include a check/money order made out to the City of Round Rock. Call (512) 218-5500 for further assistance. We cannot release information about the arrest report over the telephone.
Service calls and location history
You can obtain the call history for a specific address or specific block number/s. To order this report you MUST give us the location you are requesting and the date(s) and time(s) you are requesting. Each request is 10 cents per copy.
You can obtain a statistical report of the number of criminal offenses in a specific area. Generally, these areas consist of a patrol district, or a group of patrol districts. All of this information â€“including maps of the patrol sectors and patrol beats- is available on the â€śSector/Beatâ€ť page of this website. Neighborhood Police Activity Reports
Public fingerprinting is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The fee is $6 per fingerprint card. Persons requesting fingerprints must show a valid driver's license or state-issued photo identification card and must supply their own fingerprint cards. Fingerprinting for immigration purposes is only done at the San Antonio ICE office. Questions on fingerprinting can be directed by calling (512) 218-5500.
Solicitation Permits for door-to-door sales are required if personal contact with the residents is to be made. Applications are accepted from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for a flat fee of $50. Permits are valid for three months.
- A valid license or ID.
- Allow 48 hours for the application to be reviewed.
- Appointment should be made for a groups of three or more
- Solicitation Permits Application
Additional information on permit requirements can be obtained by calling 218-5500.
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