Public Records Request
ALL NOTICES AND REQUESTS UNDER THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW, CH. 119, FLA. STATUTE, SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS AS FOLLOWS.
The Ocoee Police Department is committed to making information available to the public when requested. Motor vehicle collision reports can be purchased online.
Ocoee Public Records
THIS WEB PORTAL WILL HELP YOU REQUEST DOCUMENTS AND PUBLIC RECORDS
USE THIS LINK TO REQUEST A VEHICLE COLLISION REPORT
The Ocoee Police Department is committed to making information available to the public when requested. Motor traffic collision reports can be purchased online at http://floridacrashportal.gov/. If requesting a crash report from the Ocoee Police Department Please be sure to fill out the below linked form.
All requests will be in the order in which they were received. Within 20 calendar days, you will be told whether your request will be approved, in whole or in part. In unusual circumstances, the time limit may be extended by written notice to the person making the request, setting forth the reasons for the extension and the date on which a determination is expected to be made.
Call the Public Records Request Coordinator at (407) 905-3162.
By U.S. mail:
Public Records Request Coordinator,
Ocoee Records Section,
646 Ocoee Commerce Pkwy, Ocoee, FL 34761.
The Records Division is responsible for maintaining Police Reports and other documents in the vast storehouse of information. The Records Division consists of 3 full time Records Technicians and 1 Records Supervisor. The Records Staff serves the citizens, governmental agencies, businesses, and internal staff. The Records Staff interacts in person at the lobby window, by mail, by email and on the telephone.
Duties include (but not limited to)
- Greet citizens coming into the police department lobby.
- Assist citizens with other concerns by directing them to the proper source of service.
- Provide copies of police reports/documentation to other law enforcement agencies, governmental agencies, citizens, businesses, etc.
- Perform various administrative duties in regards to: Red Light Camera Violations, Fingerprinting (temporarily suspended), Background Checks, Noise Complaints, Parking Violations, Court Appearances, etc.
- Process police reports from data entry review to converting documents into electronic format.
- Ensure that police reports are categorized for the compiling of the Uniform Crime Report data. To learn more about Uniform Crime Reporting go to Florida Department of Law Enforcement website or to the Federal Bureau of Investigations website
- Forward police reports and supporting documentation for prosecution with the State Attorney’s Office, Clerk of the Courts, Driver License’s Hearing Office, etc.
- Records Retention and Destruction.
- Providing copies of police reports, per the Records Request Form (PDF), to other law enforcement agencies, social services agencies, public citizens, etc.
Direct Number: 407-905-3162