Record Requests

Records

Clearfield Police Department
55 South State Street
Clearfield, UT  84015
801-525-2701

Records Requests

Copies of police reports may be obtained by clicking here and completing and submitting a Records Request form to the Customer Service Center. Your request for records will be processed in accordance with the requirements of the Government Records Access Management Act (GRAMA), Utah Code Ann. § 63G-2-101, et. seq. If there is a fee, you can pay that over the phone, by mail, or in person when you have been notified the records are ready.

 

Generally, copies of police reports are not released until the ensuing investigation has been completed.

 

Accident Reports

You can obtain a DI 9 report for traffic accidents through CrashDocs.org, The fee is $10. You will need to enter your name, date of accident and the report number.  Reports are available 5 - 10 business days after incident.

Accident report requests submitted to the Customer Service Center will be charged a $25 fee.


Utah Criminal History Record

 

A copy of your Utah Criminal History Record can be requested for $15 with valid photo identification during normal business hours.

Additional Services available

The Customer Service Center also assists Clearfield residents with signing up for a vacation watch.   Residents leaving for an extended absence can notify the police department and in turn the police department will periodically drive by and check your home for any suspicious activity. Interested residents will need to fill out a form and submit it to the Customer Service Center. This service is offered in an attempt to reduce crime in the city, however, the police department cannot guarantee that your home will not be burglarized or vandalized while you are gone.

Additionally, a "Letter of Good Conduct" can also be obtained through the Customer Service Center. These letters are generally requested for potential employment, to obtain a foreign visa, or to conduct a mission through a particular church. To obtain a "Letter of Good Conduct," picture identification must be presented and a background check of incidents occurring in Clearfield City will be conducted. One notarized letter will then be presented. If any criminal arrests are found, a "Letter of Good Conduct" will not be issued.