The Administrative Division of the Osage Beach Police Department provides critical services which include the Communications/911 Center, Criminal Investigations, Evidence, and Police Records.
The Administrative Division is supervised by Lieutenant Michael O’Day.
Records / Evidence Custodian
The Records Clerk / Evidence Custodian is responsible for maintaining custody of police records, obtaining and recording statistical data in addition to assisting the public and visitors to the Department. While also being responsible for the control, recording keeping, and transportation of all evidence and found property the City’s Officers seize in addition to prisoner care.
To acquire a copy of a police report, visit the Police Department Records counter located at City Hall or send a written request that includes the report number. If you are unsure of the report number, include the date of incident and name(s) of party(ies) involved along with a $4.00 payment.
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