School Police Records Department
Welcome to the Records Division of the School District of Palm Beach County Police Department. As part of a proactive law enforcement agency, the Records Division performs a variety of tasks that provide for the safety and protection of Palm Beach County's children.
The Records Division is designed to support the Officers of the School Police Department by processing the incident reports, maintaining public and non-public records, providing the State Attorney's Office with the documentation they need to make decisions about referrals, and reporting our crime statistics to FDLE twice yearly.
Information about Requested Reports
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST A REPORT, PLEASE READ THE BELOW INFORMATION BEFORE CONTACTING OUR OFFICE:
In the State of Florida, Police Records are generally considered to be Public Record. There are a few exemptions, however, which were designed to prevent interference with active investigations and protect Florida's children.
When you request a police report, every effort is made to get you the information to which you are entitled as quickly as possible. However, due to the high volume of cases containing confidential juvenile information, a review of the case that you are requesting is necessary prior to its release. This review is done to ensure that all statutory requirements are met.
To request a copy of a police report, please download a copy of the Police Report Request Form and complete all sections, or complete the form to the right.
Note: There is an average wait time of 10 business days before you will receive your report. Please provide a valid telephone number where you may be contacted when your report is available for release.
If you are unable to view the form, or if you have any questions, please contact us directly at (561) 963-3863.