The Records Section is the central repository for all documents created as a result of law enforcement activities. Records are processed and disseminated to both law enforcement personnel and the public.
The Records Section of the Pembroke Pines Police Department consists of three units:
Police Report Copies
COVID-19 NOTICE: To prevent unnecessary exposure
to our residents, public records requests may be
fulfilled electronically. If you wish to receive a copy of
a police report or file a public records request, please
contact our Records Unit at PPPDrecords@ppines.com.
In your email request please clearly state what you
are looking for, include an incident number (if available),
as well as a phone number where you may be reached.
TO FILE A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST ONLINE, please visit our WebQA portal.
Copies of all police reports and documents open to public access are available from the Records Section. There is a charge of $0.15 per page for copies of incident and accident reports. Local background checks are $15.
Please allow five to ten working days after an incident, arrest, or accident for processing before attempting to obtain a copy of a report.