Quick Instructions for requesting a Chandler Police Report for DUI or Criminal Charges
1. How to request a Chandler Police Report for Criminal or DUI charges:
The Chandler Police Department accepts requests by for police reports for DUI or Criminal Charges either by mail or in person as follows:
A. Go to the Chandler Police Department Website: "Chanlderpd.com" ;
B. Select "Forms & Reports" at the bottom of the website's Home Page;
C. You will be directed to another page; Choose "Request a Police Report";
D. Download and Complete the Request Report form.
E. Mail or take the form with the fee of cash, check or money order;
F. Checks or money orders should be made payable to "City of Chandler".
2. Where to mail your police report request:
Mailed requests should be sent to:
PO Box 4008, MS 303
Chandler, AZ 85244-4008
Reports may be requested or picked up in person at:
250 E. Chicago Street Chandler, AZ 85225
3. Telephone contact for Chandler Police Dept. Records Section
The Chandler Police Records Contact Number is (480) 782- 4000.
4. Hours of Operation of the Chandler Police Department Records Department
You should contact the Chandler Police Records Dept. for current hours of operation.
5. Length of time get you copy of a Chandler Police Report for DUI or criminal charges
Allow 7 - 10 business days for normal processing of closed reports.
6. Fees for obtaining Chandler Police Reports for DUI or Criminal Charges
The cost for a copy of your Chandler criminal or DUI Police Report is $5.00 for the first 35 pages; and $0.15 for every page over 35 pages.
7. Chandler Police Reports on police investigations still pending
If your incident for DUI or criminal charges is pending investigation, pending processing or incomplete, it will not be processed until the report is completed. You will be notified by mail if your request cannot be processed within 10 days for any reason. Additional restrictions may apply. For example, certain reports require a court order to be released. See the "Important Information" on the Request for Report Copy form for additional limitations.
8. Although you may do so, it is generally not necessary for you to obtain a copy of the police report if you are being represented by a criminal defense lawyer.
One of the first things your criminal defense or DUI lawyer will do once retained is request a copy of the police report on your behalf. You may obtain a copy from them. Your attorney will normally take care of the cost as part of your representation fees. Also, what they obtain is usually more comprehensive for purposes of building your defense case. They may also obtain any available 911 dispatch transcripts, media or associated documents relating to your incident.
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