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Yes, for certain types of crimes you may file a police report using the Citizens Online Police Reporting System. Please note that all cases filed online will be reviewed. Upon review, if further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.
In order to obtain a copy of an accident report, you must be one of the parties who have a proper interest therein. This is included, but not limited to the driver or drivers involved, or the guardian or conservator thereof, the parent of a minor driver, or the authorized representative of the driver, or any named person injured by the accident. In order to obtain a crime report, you must be the victim of the crime. This does not apply to records that are being sought via subpoena. There is a fee of $0.10 cents per page for an accident report and a fee of $0.10 cents per page for a crime report that is payable by cash, check, money order, or credit card (Discover, Visa, or MasterCard).
The State of California Department of Justice has your criminal record information. You must provide them your fingerprints and pay a fee. An information sheet is available at the police department's front counter. Additionally, if you were arrested as a juvenile, you may receive a copy of your arrest report. Adult arrest reports must be subpoenaed. However, you may review your local records at the police department with proper identification.
You must file a petition at any Los Angeles Superior Court. The Alhambra Superior Court only handles domestic violence restraining orders, and those that do not encompass children within that order. All others must be petitioned at the Pasadena Superior Court. An Alhambra Police Officer can process an Emergency Protective Order (EPO) on your behalf after court business hours. However, the EPO is only good until the Superior Court is open for you to formally file a petition.
If you are currently a resident of the City of Alhambra or have lived in the City, the Alhambra Police Department will do a local criminal history search on you within our city jurisdiction only. If there is no criminal history on you within our jurisdiction, a letter will be made indicating to the INS that there is no adverse information found on you. There is an administrative fee of $4.25 per quarter hour for the letter, which can be paid by cash, check, money order, or credit card (Discover, Visa or MasterCard). The letter can take up to ten days to process.
No, the Alhambra Police Department no longer provides fingerprinting services to the public. You may obtain fingerprint service locations at the State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General.