Incident reports are taken when a crime or questionable event has occurred. The initial page of most incident reports is a public record. This page includes sufficient information to provide to insurance carriers to show that an incident has occurred and has been reported to law enforcement. Incident reports are available 3-5 business days after the report is taken. The officer taking the report is unable to provide a copy of any report on the scene; however, the officer will provide you with a report number so that the report can be referenced and obtained when the report has been processed and is available. Incident reports that involve matters concerning or involving persons under 16 years of age cannot be released.
Operations reports are taken by officers on each dispatched or officer initiated event. These reports give information relating to the event including; but not limited to, the event location, times of the event and circumstances surrounding the event. Most operations reports are public records and can be obtained 3-5 business days after the event has occurred. Operations reports that involve matters concerning or involving persons under 16 years of age cannot be released.
TRAFFIC CRASH REPORTS
All traffic crash reports are public information. Traffic crash reports are available 3-10 days after the report is taken. The Cramerton Police Department does not provide crash information on the scene of a traffic crash. The investigating officer will provide the driver(s)/pedestrian(s) involved in the crash with the report number so that the report can be referenced and obtained. Traffic crash reports can be obtained online by clicking this link.
NEED TO FILE A POLICE REPORT ONLINE?
The Cramerton Police Department allows the submission of online crime reports for a very limited number of incidents. Online crime reports may only be filed if: the incident occurred within the Cramerton or McAdenville Town limits (If this incident occurred outside the Cramerton or McAdenville Town limits, please contact the law enforcement agency for the jurisdiction where the crime/incident occurred); you have a valid Email address; and the report DOES NOT involve any of the following: a violent crime (personal assault, kidnapping, robbery); a hate crime; a sex crime (rape or sexual assault); a stolen vehicle (theft of a vehicle, trailer, motorcycle, etc.); a domestic violence; an assault; or a traffic crash. For incidents listed, you must call 704.866.3300 and request an officer contact you in order to file your report. If the listed criteria has been met and you may now file an online police report.
The Cramerton Police Department Records Division can be contacted by calling 704.824.7964 or by email at [email protected].