Police Reports may be obtained from the Records Office. The Records Office is located in the lobby of the Police Station and is open Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00am to 4:00pm. Requests for reports may be made in person, or via mail. Mail requests should include a stamped, self addressed envelope.
The mailing address for the records office is:
Taunton Police Department ATTN: Records 23 Summer Street Taunton, MA 02780-3408
Types of Reports:
Accident Reconstruction: These reports are reconstructions of accidents involving serious injuries or fatalities. These reports can takeover a month to complete. Copies of these reports are $75.
Accident Reconstruction Photographs: These are photographs of the accident scene taken by a department photograph as part of the reconstruction. They are not included with the Accident Reconstruction Report. The cost for these are $50 per 24 photographs.
Accident Report: This will be the police officer's report of a motor vehicle accident where the aggregate damage was over $2500 or there was personal injury. These reports are usually available 7 to 10 business days after the accident. Copies of these reports are $5.
Blotter Item: This is a printed copy of the dispatch record for the call for service. It contains minimal information about the incident and will be the only record when a police report is not generated or required for the incident. It is often requested for insurance claims. These are usually available the same day of the incident and copies cost $1.
Incident Report: This is an official report completed by the policeabout an incident. For an arrest, it is completed the same day. For other incidents, it may be 7 to 10 days before the report is completed. Copies of these reports are $5.Supplemental Report: A supplemental report is a follow up report usually completed by the Detective Division as part of the investigation. These reports may not be completed for several weeks after the incident. Copies of these reports are $5 per supplemental report. Public Records Requests: Public Records requests may be mailed to the address above.
Emergency - 911
Non-Emergency 24 Hours - 508-823-5000
Detectives - 508-821-1475
On the Anonymous Tip Line citizens can leave confidential information about crimes and criminal activity.