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Records Division personnel process, maintain and store numerous types of reports on a daily basis. The division generates and submits statistical information for the Jeanne Clery Disclosures of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).Y ou may receive a personal copy of most non-criminal reports such as Motor Vehicle Accident, Lost and Found Property and Depositions you have written associated with a case.  Please call 24 hours ahead to allow sufficient time for a case look up.

Officers utilizes the Spectrum Justice System for computerized records management to generate all reports. Officers are able to submit these reports wirelessly by using Mobile Computer Terminals from their patrol vehicles.  These police reports are submitted to records for processing after a supervisor approves them. Records personnel use the system for review, easy retrieval, and analysis of the data submitted.

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