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Victoria Police Department has a crime alerting and mapping service that provides easy to read incident crime maps and automated alerts to the citizens of the City of Victoria.
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Through the Victoria Police Department Records office, copies of some police reports may be sold (if the document is able to be released). For other documents and information, a Public Information Request form may be needed. Public Information Request Forms (which includes police reports and body cam videos), may be found here on our Documents page.
Police reports available weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm.
Please allow at least 2 working days for reports to be processed from the date of occurrence before you request copies. Copies may be requested by mail or in person and payment must be received prior to the release of the documents.
The reports for crashes investigated by the Victoria Police Department may be purchased online for $8.50 at Police Reports at LexisNexis or for $6 if purchased in person at the Victoria Police Department Records Section which is in the City Hall Building at 105 W Juan Linn Street in downtown Victoria. Get more information on Crash Reports investigated by the VPD.
Por favor deje pasar por lo menos 2 días para que los reportes sean procesados desde la fecha de lo ocurrido antes de que solicite una copia del reporte.
Los reportes de accidentes investigados por el departamento de policía de Victoria se pueden comprar en línea por $8.50 en Police Reports at LexisNexis o por $6 si se compran en persona en el departamento de policía de Victoria, Sección de Archivos que está ubicado en el edificio de City Hall en el 105 W Juan Linn Street en el centro de Victoria. Haga click aquí para más información de reportes de accidentes investigados por el VPD.
Yes. If the crash was investigated by the Victoria Police Department, you may purchase the report online through Police Reports at LexisNexis.
Fingerprinting services are available at the Victoria Police Department, located on the first floor in City Hall (next to Police Station) at 105 West Juan Linn Street.
Please try and bring exact change (cash/check only).
Most requestors will have their own cards they will want you to use, and you should always ask. However if they do not supply you with a card we do have one available.
You must show a valid picture ID to be fingerprinted. Records Section will direct you to the Crime Scene Unit for printing.
Note: Police personnel cannot provide fingerprinting for immigration purposes. For information about immigration fingerprinting requirements, please visit U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Los servicios de huellas dactilares están disponibles en el Departamento de Policía de Victoria, situado en la primera planta del City Hall (al lado de la comisaría de policías) en el 105 del oeste de Juan Linn.
Por favor traiga el cambio exacto (efectivo/cheque solamente).
La mayoría de los solicitantes tendrán sus propias tarjetas que quisieran que usted utilizara, y que usted siempre debe pedir. Sin embargo si no le suministran una tarjeta tenemos uno disponible.
Usted debe demostrar una identificación válida con foto para que se tomen las huellas dactilares.
Los de la Sección de Archivos lo dirigirán a la Unidad de la Escena del Crimen para la impresión.
Nota: El personal de policía no puede proporcionar la huella dactilar para propósitos de inmigración. Para información sobre requisitos de la huella dactilar de la inmigración, visite por favor U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
You can view our latest Crime Statistics and Annual Crime Report.
Often times individuals will request a "Clearance Letter" on themselves for business, work, travel, etc. The Victoria Police Department (VPD) Records Section only provides the information found in the VPD records management system.
An individual can only request a background check for themselves and in person. They have to fill out a form, provide a valid Texas Drivers License or ID and must have lived in Victoria for the past 4 months or have been a resident of Victoria at one time. The cost is $7.50. The background check will only cover the City of Victoria and does not include Victoria County or the State of Texas. The only charges that go on the background are arrests that resulted with a conviction.
VPD Records Section is located in the City Hall building at:105 W Juan Linn StreetVictoria, TX 77901
The telephone Number for VPD Records is 361-485-3700.
Arrests, prosecutions and the disposition of the case for persons arrested for Class B misdemeanor or greater violation of Texas criminal statutes are available for purchase by clicking here on the Texas Department of Public Safety Website.
Yes. Funeral escorts are arranged through the funeral homes.
The Victoria Police Department, provides funeral escort services which provide high visibility and traffic control from the service location to the burial site, thus allowing the entire cortège to formally arrive safely at the final destination
Funeral homes are required to notify the Records Section for the City of Victoria Police Department a minimum of 24 hours prior to the escort time and date. The request will include the time, date, location of the service, and location of the burial. This information should faxed to the Records Section at 361-576-9553, or via telephone 361-485-3700.
Requests for services on Sundays or Mondays should be received no later than 9 am on the Friday preceding the escort date.
If a funeral escort originates outside the city limits and enters the city, or originates inside the city limits and travels outside the city limits, it will be the responsibility of the funeral home to contact the law enforcement agency with jurisdiction outside the city limits along the path of escort route to assume responsibility for the escort once the procession leaves the Victoria city limits.
We are not allowed to give that opinion. You may request the crime activity in that area by filling out an Open Records Request or go viewing our Crime Map.
Through the Victoria Police Department (VPD) Records office, copies of some police reports or statistics may be sold (if the document is able to be released). A Public Information Request form may be needed. Public Information Request Forms (which includes police reports and body cam videos), may be found here on our Documents page. You can view our latest Crime Statistics and Annual Crime Report. LexisNexis is a crime alerting and mapping service that provides easy to read incident crime maps and automated alerts to the citizens of the City of Victoria.