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Criminal reports can only be picked up by the victim listed on the report, an individual who has legal power of attorney over the victim, or the complainant listed on the report. Accident reports are public record and may be picked up by anyone.
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Reports are available for pickup in the Detective Division, located in the front hallway of City Hall. Reports cost $3 and you must have your photo identification to sign for a report. The police department accepts cash, local check, or money order. If you do not live near Enterprise, you may request a copy of your report by mail. You will need to send a written and signed request for your report, a copy of your photo identification, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope to:Enterprise Police DepartmentAttention: RecordsP.O. Box 311000Enterprise, AL 36331
Criminal reports are usually ready the next day; however, officers have up to 3 business days from the occurrence of the incident or offense to file a criminal report. Accident reports are usually ready within three days of the accident; however, officers have up to 14 days to file an accident report.
If you believe your report is incorrect, you should speak with either the officer who filed the report or with his or her supervisor.
The patrol clerk or any police officer can take your fingerprints in the Patrol Division. You must bring your own fingerprint cards. Cost for fingerprinting is $3; the police department accepts cash, local check, or money order.
Questions or complaints regarding crossing guards are handled by the Patrol Clerk or the Patrol Captain.
The City of Enterprise only performs local background checks. Local background checks are performed by the Enterprise Municipal Court.