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File a New Police Report
To report a crime or incident such as losing a wallet or phone, stolen tag, etc., please do so using the Police2Citizen website. An officer will contact you by phone, finalize the report, and provide a report number.

Accident Reports
Vehicular accident reports are available for a fee of $5 and can be obtained through the Police2Citizen website using the "Event Search".

Incident Reports
To obtain a copy of a single incident report, contact us at Please include case number if available. We will respond within three business days.

Note: If your request is related to multiple incidents, you must submit an Open Records Request.

Incident Search by Location
The Police2Citizen website can be used to search for incident records surrounding a known address or business location within a specified date range using the "Event Search".

Criminal History Reports
  • Applications: Anyone wanting to submit a request for a criminal history report must apply in-person at 39 Hill Street, Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

  • Pick-Up: Criminal histories are available for pick-up within two business days after application; Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM or 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.

  • Requirements: A current driver's license or current government-issued picture identification must be presented at the time the application is filed and when history is picked up. A $15 fee must also be paid at the time of application by cash, check, money order, or credit card.

For more information, please call 770-640-4100.

Contact Us
If you have an questions, please contact Police Records at Contact Police Records at 770-640-4120 or

Georgia Open Records law makes most basic initial incident reports available to the general public. Multiple reports or other information included in a report/investigation must be requested in writing and certain fees may apply. Please be advised that certain records are not releasable under Open Records due to cases being Active/Pending Investigation/Pending Prosecution or incidents with juveniles involved.

Police Annual Reports

Uniform Crime Report Statistics

Annual Statistical Summaries of Complaints

Police Annual Report Archive

The Roswell Police Department annual report was discontinued in 2017. Below is an archive of Police annual reports from 2007-2016.