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Bend Police Department front desk

The Records Division plays an integral role in the operation of the Police Department.


 Public Report Copy and Bacground

The primary function of this group is to provide a variety of services to both sworn and professional staff. In addition, personnel provide customer service to the public, partner agencies and police officers through the coordination, research and dissemination of information in accordance with the law. 


Records is a high functioning team

This Division is responsible for processing, controlling, maintaining, and retrieving all reports and citations.  They assist officers in researching computer records and answer a majority of phone calls coming into the police department to ensure our customers are connected to the appropriate person.

This team is extremely organized and capable of answering almost any question.  Our community, as well as our police officers, depend on the records staff to ensure quality record-keeping, accurate information and friendly service.

Data Management

One of the many responsibilities of our records staff is to ensure accurate entry and proper retrieval of computerized information.  The Bend Police Department regularly enters and uses information from the National Crime Information Center and the state Law Enforcement Data System.

Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Certification

One way to ensure the accuracy and integrity of information is all City of Bend Police Department staff with access to information are appropriately trained and certified on an annual basis.  Our records staff ensures this training is completed and monitors this information on an on-going basis.

Fingerprinting

The Bend Police Department offers fingerprinting services by appointment only during the following times:

Monday: 8am - 11:30am

Tuesday & Wednesday: 1pm - 4:30pm

The cost is $30 for the first card and $10 for each additional card. Please note payment must be cash only. The Bend Police Department also offers a Child Identification packet for parents that includes a fingerprinting and DNA collection section free of charge.

If you are interested in making an appointment or completing a Child Identification packet, please contact the Records Department (541) 322-2960.

 

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