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Bossier City Police Department

Records Division

The Records Division is the official repository for all police and traffic crash reports including all traffic citations filed by the Bossier City Police Department. The division completes data entry into the department's records management system and handles both officer requests for information and public requests. .

How To Get A Police Report

Traffic accident reports and police offense reports may be obtained in person at the Records Division of Bossier City Police Department, 620 Benton Road, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Reports are $5 each and payable with cash, money order and business checks. Personal check are not accepted.

Records requests may also be submitted by mail to:

Records Division
Bossier City Police Department
P.O. Box 6216
Bossier City, Louisiana 71171-6216

Mailed requests must include:

  • date of the accident or offense
  • name(s) of complainant and/or victim
  • location of accident or offense
  • address where report is to be sent
  • money order in the amount of $5 made payable to the Bossier City Police Department. Checks are not accepted with mailed requests. 

Members of the public may also obtain a summary of their own criminal records involving the Bossier City Police Department. Requests must be made in person by the individual who is the subject of the inquiry. A valid I.D. must be presented along with payment of $20.

 

 

 
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Contact Us

BCPD Records Division
Bossier City Police Department
P.O. Box 6216
Bossier City, Louisiana 71171-6216
Phone: 318.741.8687

Traffic Accident Reports: 318.741.8628
Central Records: 318.741.8632