How to File a Police Report
To file a police report, please call the Glendale Police Department's non-emergency phone number at (623) 930-3000.
Copies of Police Records – Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I obtain a copy of a report?
A: You can obtain a copy of a report multiple ways.
To obtain a copy of a Traffic Accident or Incident Report fill out an online records request form (see below) and mail it in or request the report in person by coming to the Glendale Police Department Main Station. For your convenience, if requesting a Traffic Accident you may also obtain a copy online at
Q: What hours are you open and where are you located?
A: 8:00AM to 5:00pm Monday - Friday (except for city observed holidays).
Location: Glendale Police Department Main Station, 6835 N. 57th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301. Telephone number: 623-930-3000.
Q: I have requested a police Incident report, when will it be ready/is it ready yet?
A: Once the Record’s department receives a request for a copy of a report, it is forwarded to the Officer or Detective listed on the report as well as the division supervisor. Once the report is approved for release and redacted, Records will mail it to the requestor or call to inform the requestor the report is ready for pickup. A requestor may indicate which option they prefer at the time of request.
To check on the status of a public request, please contact the Public Disclosure desk at 623-930-3012. For media requests, contact the Public Information Office at Police_pio@glendaleaz.com.
Q: I would like to speak to the Officer who took my report or the Detective assigned to my report.
A: You can leave a message with an Officer at 623-930-3165. When you dial that number, after listening to the prompts it will ask you for an extension number, this number is the Officer’s Badge number. You can find the badge number on your Victims’ Rights Brochure or on paperwork received from the Officer.
To speak with the Detective assigned to your report, please call 623-930-3000, listen to the options, and select option #2. This will take you to records. Records will then determine who is assigned to you case. Please have your report number ready and a pen/pencil and paper at hand to write down the detectives name and number we give you when you call.