Police Records (Police and Accident Reports)
The Records Unit is a vital part of the Oklahoma City Police Department. Records management is critical to the operation of the entire department. The Oklahoma City Police Department Records Unit began operations on Aug. 23, 1910. The Records Unit operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week and exists as a safekeeping repository for case history documents from all divisions of the Oklahoma City Police Department; a data entry section to enter verbal case reports from officers in the field as well as data entry of handwritten reports, and a customer service section to provide access to records for citizens, officer, and other outside agencies.
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Permits & ID Office
The Permits and ID unit is located at 616 Colcord Drive and is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed on weekends and all City approved holidays. The unit provides inspection of vehicles for hire such as taxis, limos, pedicabs, airport vans and carriages. It also reviews required documentation on all vehicle for hire drivers to ensure proper licensing and to safeguard the public. The investigation of complaints against vehicles for hire, enforcement of City vehicle for hire and alarm ordinances, issue and renew alarm permits, issue photo identification cards licenses for peddlers, solicitors, gemologists and massage therapists, issue ID/access cards for all City employees, and issue press passes for media personnel are all the responsibility for the Permit and ID unit. During the months of May, June and July, members of the unit conduct inspections of airport vans, taxicabs and limousines at off-site locations. Off-site inspections of carriages and other conveyances will be conducted throughout the year, as necessary.