Portions of crime reports are considered public records and may be released to the general public. Be advised that not all reports can be released when requested. You may only receive a crime report if you are an authorized person such as the victim, the victim’s representative, or as provided in Section 6254 of the Government Code. Call the Records Division prior to going to the Police Department to determine if the report can be released. If you are a defendant in a case, the report will be given to you by your attorney through the Mono County District Attorney’s Office. You can reach the Mono County District Attorney’s Office by calling (760) 924-1710.
To obtain a copy of a police report in person, come to 568 Old Mammoth Road, Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm (closed all major holidays). To obtain a copy of a police report, you must provide a current photo identifcation.
Police reports cannot be faxed unless requested by a law enforcement agency.
Traffic collision reports:
Traffic collision reports take on average of ten days from the date of the accident to be ready for release. If there are injuries or a fatality, this can be much longer. Traffic collision reports will be released only to parties involved in the collision and their insurance companies or attorneys. The copying fee is the same as for other police reports.
Local Records Checks:
Local record checks are provided to individuals. This records check lists any law enforcement contacts within the juristiction of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department. This check will list law enforcement contacts, such as citations issued and local arrests. You will be required to present current photo identification.
Police Report $10.00
Local Records Check $20.00
For more information about obtaining a copy of a report or a local records check, call the Records Division at (760) 965-3700.