The Records Division serves as the central repository for all police reports and related records. Records produces a monthly statistical report, which is sent to the FBI for tracking crime. Citizens wishing to obtain a copy of a police report may request one in person or by mail.
**Services Offered to San Juan Residents Only – Must be requested in person with a valid ID Finger Printing $7.00 Money Order Record Check (San Juan Only) $7.00 Money Order Police Report $5.00 Money Order
Victims of a criminal offense may receive one free copy of a report in which they are listed as the victim. (This does not include video/audio tapes or photos.) For others, the copy fee for police reports is $5.00.
To process a request, please use the Public Records Request Form and provide a report number (if available), date, time, and location of the incident, or name(s) of the person(s) involved. Requests for copies may take 10 days or more to process, depending on the nature of the incident and if the case is still under investigation.
Requests should be mailed to: San Juan Police Department, Records Division, 2301 N. Raul Longoria San Juan Texas 78589. Money Orders should be made out to: San Juan Police Department