Records Division Information
The Records Division currently has fifteen full time Police Assistants and two part time Police Assistants, along with a Records Supervisor. In the spring of 2007, we began using retired folks under the Experience Works Program. This program gives us additional personnel free of charge for up to two years. This is saving the taxpayers a lot of money while giving the records division a good shot in the arm in manpower.
The Police Assistants manage a Records Division that saw the addition of over fifteen thousand police reports last year. Nampa Police Department also recently moved to a transcription reporting system, allowing officers to call in and dictate reports from the field, which the Police Assistants then transcribe. This helps keep the officers in the field, rather than bringing them back into the station constantly to do reports.
Requesting a Police Report
The Records Division handles all requests for copies of police reports. Requests can be made in person, by fax, by mail, or online. Payment is required at time of pickup/shipping for any media copies.
The following information is necessary to request a report:
- Report number (if available)
- Parties involved
- Location of occurrence
- Date of occurrence
- Any applicable charges must be paid at the time of pick-up
For collision reports, we are presently using crashdocs.org, powered by Carfax. You can use the image link below to go directly to the Nampa Police Accident reports requests, powered by Carfax.
|Accident Reports||$ 0.00|
|Background Check - NPD Records||$ 5.25|
|Bicycle Registration||$ 0.00|
|Copy of Cassette Tapes||$ 1.00|
|Copy of CD Recordings||$ 1.00|
|Copy of DVD Recordings||$ 2.50|
|Copy of Video Tapes||$ 2.50|
|Incident Reports||$ 0.00*|
|*Research & Copy Extensive Items||Hourly rate
|Monday - Friday||8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday - Thursday||10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.|
Reserving the Baker Room
The Nampa Police Department does have one meeting room on the ground floor, which is open to use by the public, and may be reserved for public events. Due to demand for all of the meeting/training rooms in the building, effective March 1st, 2018, we will begin to charge for use of our public meeting room (Baker room, off the lobby). The room has a maximum occupancy of 65, but 50 or less is recommended, for comfort and the use of tables. The cost for use of the room will be $25 for up to a half day (1-4 hours), and $50 for a full day (4-8 hours). For more information, or to reserve the room, contact Aysha Newell, at 208-468-5645, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.