No. All requests for fingerprinting for employment or other purposes should be directed to the State Bureau of Identification at (302) 739-2528. Additional information can be found here.
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Call our non-emergency telephone number at (302) 366-7111.
Please see our tips page for methods of providing information about crimes or drug incidents to the Newark Police Department.
Please contact the Records Division at (302) 366-7100 - option 3 - for this information. The Records Department is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm. Picture ID is required to obtain a report. Crash reports cost $20 each and serious injury/fatality crash reports are $60 each. The first victim's copy of a crime report is free. Additional victim's copies are $20 each. To obtain a victim's copy, you MUST be listed as the victim on the police report.
Persons other than a crime victim may not obtain copies of a police report.
To facilitate your request, you must provide the report/complaint number. If this is unknown, provide date/time/location in order to research requested information. Allow approximately four (4) business days to process your request.
Residential parking permits are obtained through the Newark Parking Division.
A list of calls for service for a particular area can be supplied upon request. Contact our Crime Prevention Officer at (302) 366-7100, x. 3413. You can also view the City of Newark's public crime map webpage.
Tours of the Police Department are conducted on an appointment basis. Please contact the Crime Prevention Officer at (302) 366-7100, x. 3413.