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All dispatching services for the Oregon Police Division, Oregon Fire Department, Jerusalem Township Fire Department are handled through the Lucas County 911 Regional Council of Governments (RCOG).  For any emergency, citizens should call 911.  For any non-emergency matter requiring a Police, Fire, or EMS response, citizens should call 419-255-8443.

The Oregon Police Division employs two (2) records clerks.  The Records Bureau  processes reports (incident reports and crash reports) taken by officers. They are open from 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.

You can obtain copies of incident reports and private property crash reports at no charge by making your request at the window in the police department lobby. Requests for multiple reports or reports that exceed 20 pages will incur a charge of .05 per page and should be arranged ahead of time by calling (419) 698-7052 or emailing opdrecords@oregonohio.org

Accident reports that occur on the streets can be accessed on-line at:

https://services.dps.ohio.gov/CrashOnline/CrashRetrieval

If you want to comment on the service and officer provided or inquire about one of the services listed above, you can call or email one of the command officers listed below.

Request Records Form

This form must be completed thoroughly and accurately to ensure that we are able to find the record you are requesting. You are not required to provide your name or contact information but this allows us to contact you in order to clarify your request if needed. 

Police - Request Records Form

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Electronic Fingerprint Background Request

The records bureau also can do background check via electronic fingerprint submission by appointment. They can conduct a Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigation (BCI) check for virtually any reason, and they can do FBI checks for certain, specified reasons. Each check costs $30.00. You can make an appointment to have your fingerprints taken either electronically or with ink by calling (419) 698-7052.

Those seeking electronic background checks must complete the form below and then contact the Records Section at 419-698-7052 for an appointment.

For any questions, comments or concerns regarding Dispatch operations or Records Bureau, please contact Sgt Druckenmiller at (419) 698-7002