Self-Reported Incident and Citizen Complaint forms


Self-Reported Incident form

A Self-Reported Incident (SRI) form is used to report or record an incident which a person thinks should be in Police Department records.

After turning in the report to the Division of Police, an officer may be assigned to speak with you or you may make a request to speak to an officer.

All reports will be reviewed by the Detective Bureau and follow-up investigation assignments are made if warranted.

Citizen Complaint form

The Citizen Complaint form is used to file a complaint against a member of the Division of Police.

Complaints will be investigated by a supervisor and the results reported back to the complainant.

All complaints against the Police Division, or any of its employees, shall be completely investigated within sixty days from the date of the filing of the complaint.  The Chief may, on a case-by-case basis, grant an extension to this timeline, at his discretion based on extenuating circumstances.

Please read the introduction to the form thoroughly.