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Nogales Police Records Request

The Nogales Police Department station lobby is closed to the public until further notice, due to COVID-19 

Do you need a copy(s) of a police report?

  • Paper copies – $5.00 per report
  • Copies sent via email – $5.00
  • Digital copies – $25.00 for data, audio, and video recordings on CD or DVD. (Per request)
    • Items considered digital copies cannot be sent via email due to size restrictions
    • For more information regarding ordering photographs, audio, or video, contact the Records Division at (520)285-5826 or records@nogalesaz.gov

Per A.R.S § 39-127, victims of Part I Crimes receive one free copy of their case report.

Do you need an Background Check?

Letters documenting an individual’s arrest with the Nogales Police Department are available to that person or a representative.

  • Include a copy of a government-issued picture ID with the request.
  • Include a full name, any former/maiden names, and date of birth on the request form.

The charge is $5.00 for copy of the letter.

To request records, click the button below.

Download forms below:

Please Note: Due to high volume, we are unable to process background check requests immediately. Every effort will be made to complete requests within fifteen business days of receiving a written request. Thank you for your patience.

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Police Records Request Payment

Police Records Request Payment
ALL PAYMENTS ARE FINAL
(Located on the bottom of your Records Request form submission)
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(Provided on email from records@nogalesaz.gov)
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Year
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Address *
Address
Street
Apt/Suite/Trlr #
City
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Nogales Police Records Request Form

Nogales Police Records Request
Type of Report *

Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial
Address *
Address
Street
Apt/Suite/Trlr #
City
State
Zip

Case Report/Collision

Time of Incident
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Location of Incident
Location of Incident
Street
Apt/Suite/Trlr #
City
State
Zip

Delivery Options

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UNCLAIMED REQUESTS WILL BE DESTROYED AFTER 30 DAYS

Background Check Letter (ONLY FOR PICK UP)

Is this request for you? *
Name of person on background check
Current Address *
Current Address
Street
Apt/Suite/Trlr #
City
State
Zip

**Provision of your Social Security Number is to ensure accuracy in checking your criminal history information. You may choose not to provide this information, however, that may hinder the ability to provide accurate information.

Maximum upload size: 5MB
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Officer Memorial

 

Honoring our Officers that have served with the Nogales Police Department Family. We will always remember you!

Officer
Jeremy Brinton
EOW: 2021

Officer
Jesus Cordova
EOW: 2018

Sergeant
Alex Bermudez
EOW: 2003

Officer
Julio Ayon
EOW: 1994

Officer
Hank Frost
EOW: 1888

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Impound Information

If your vehicle has been impounded recently, you probably have many questions related to that circumstance. The following is a list of Frequenlty Asked Questions and their respective anwers. We hope this information assists you throughout this process.

F.A.Q's
  • The driver is in an accident with no insurance
  • Suspended, cancelled or revoked license
  • Extreme DUI
  • Aggravated DUI
  • Under legal drinking age and has alcohol in their body
  • 30 days by law
  • You may be eligible to have your car released sonner, such as if you get your license status reinstated by the Motor Vehicle Division or the Court.
  • If your vehicle was impounded by another law enforcement agency, such as the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office or the Department of Public Safety, you must contact that agency directly for assistance in obtaining the release of your vehicle
  • If your vehicle was impounded as evidence of a crime these procedures DO NOT apply to you. Please contact the NPD Detective handling your case for additional information.

On or after the 30th day of impound OR if you get your license reinstated, your vehicle will generally be eligible for release to you. To get it back, follow these steps:

Call 520-287-9111 to request a Post Storage Hearing.

At the time of your hearing you must:

Bring with you a VALID driver license, VALID vehicle insurance and VALID vehicle registration.

Please note that you may have to go to court or the Motor Vehicle Division first if your license was suspended, revoked or cancelled, and/or if your vehicle registration was expired or cancelled.

We cannot release your vehicle to you until these documents are valid and current.

NOTE – if your driving privileges cannot be restored by the end of the 30-day impound period (for example, it has been suspended for one year), you may bring a fully licensed driver with you to drive the car upon release. You must still have a valid vehicle registration and insurance before the vehicle will be released.

You must pay an administrative fee of $150 to the City of Nogales. Payment must be in the form of Mastercard, Visa, or money-order ONLY.

Upon payment of the fee you will be given a release form that you must take to the towing company.

At the towing company, you must pay the towing and storage fees. Payment is made directly to the towing company by cash, credit card or debit card. If you come to the tow yard at other than normal business hours, you may be charged a gate fee. You must also present proof of your identity and ownership to the tow company.

If you do not claim your vehicle when it is available for release the towing company will file for abandoned title to the vehicle.

  • Owner
  • Spouse
  • Agent
  • Lien Holder

The owner may be able to get the vehicle back prior to the 30-day period, usually by signing an agreement with the Police Department. The owner of the vehicle is still responsible for paying all fees and charges in order to have the vehicle released. If someone else was driving, you may have to seek civil action against the driver for any expenses you incur as a result of the impound.

If you do not claim your vehicle when it is eligible for release, the towing company will automatically file a request with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division to assume title of your vehicle. The towing company would then become the legal owner of the vehicle and may salvage or auction it. If you have difficulty in paying for the towing and storage, you should at least contact the towing company if you wish to retain ownership of your vehicle.

No, the towing company is not allowed to release an impounded vehicle without paperwork from the Nogales Police Department. You must follow the claim process outlined above.

Hearings may be requested by calling 520-287-9111 at any time during the 30 day period.

No. As long as the officer impounded your vehicle according to the law and our procedures, the outcome of any trial is not relevant

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Community Outreach

Foot Patrol and Positive Community Contacts

The Nogales Police Department takes great pride in keeping close contact with the community we serve. We do this by ensuring to walk the residential and commercial areas in our city aside from conventional patrol methods. NPD Officers conduct foot patrols and other activities within our community that not only show we care to be engaged but also gives NPD and the community great opportunity to build and keep a trusting relationship.

A philosophy that is fostered at NPD is that the most effective way of policing the community is to be actively involved, genuinely care to help, and maintain open lines of communication with those we serve. NPD strives to do this in day-to-day operations by being present at community events, supporting local businesses, schools, and clubs that help to improve our community. NPD also aims to continue doing its part with programs such as those described below.

D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)

D.A.R.E. was founded in 1983 and has proven so successful that it is now implemented in 75 percent of the nation’s school district and in more than 43 countries around the world. D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives. This year, millions of school children around the world will benefit from D.A.R.E and get the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence.

Officer Luis Andrade proudly provides D.A.R.E services to the community and local schools in Nogales. For more information, please contact Officer Andrade.

Coffee with a Cop

Coffee with A Cop was launched in Hawthorne, California in 2011, as a result of a brainstorming session. Members of the Hawthorne Police Department were looking for ways to interact more successfully with the citizens they served each day.

Community policing has long been considered a framework for establishing trust between the community and the police. However, over time the character and composition of our nation’s communities have changed due to shifting demographics, more commuters, and the introduction of different communication methods such as websites and social media.

In less than five years, Coffee with a Cop event has been hosted in more than 3000 communities, in all 50 states and is one of the most successful community-oriented policing programs across the country. The program has also expanded to outside the United States to Canada, Europe, Australia, and Africa.

The Nogales Police Department is the first agency to bring this program to our community, and we certainly aim to continue having this close contact with the public we serve. The key to Coffee with a Cop’s growing success is that it opens the door for interactions outside of the crisis situations that typically bring law enforcement officers and community members together. Look at our local advertisements and follow us on social media for the next Coffee with a Cop event. Hope to see you there!

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Police Department

The Nogales Police Department exists to serve you, our customer. If you have feedback which could assist us in improving the many services we provide, we welcome your contribution. It is our honor to serve you and to continually improve the quality of life here in our community.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Nogales Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our city by working in partnership with the community. We do this by upholding constitutional rights, enforcing the law, preserving peace, and providing a safe environment.

Vision

Establish excellence in law enforcement through integrity, innovative community partnerships, and enhanced training.

Philosophy

Community policing is the key component of a partnership we build with our citizens. We strive to provide service with respect, integrity, and dedication.

Goals
  • Reduce crime and fear of crime
  • Improve quality of life
  • Establish and improve community partnerships
  • Develop and encourage personnel
  • Use technology effectively
  • Continuously improve services
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Coffee with a Cop

Coffee with A Cop was launched in Hawthorne, California in 2011, as a result of a brainstorming session. Members of the Hawthorne Police Department were looking for ways to interact more successfully with the citizens they served each day.

Community policing has long been considered a framework for establishing trust between the community and the police. However, over time the character and composition of our nation’s communities have changed due to shifting demographics, more commuters, and the introduction of different communication methods such as websites and social media.

In less than five years, Coffee with a Cop event has been hosted in more than 3000 communities, in all 50 states and is one of the most successful community-oriented policing programs across the country. The program has also expanded to outside the United States to Canada, Europe, Australia, and Africa.

The Nogales Police Department is the first agency to bring this program to our community, and we certainly aim to continue having this close contact with the public we serve. The key to Coffee with a Cop’s growing success is that it opens the door for interactions outside of the crisis situations that typically bring law enforcement officers and community members together. Look at our local advertisements and follow us on social media for the next Coffee with a Cop event. Hope to see you there!