Police incident report?
If something or someone is observed as unusual in respect to the natural activities, the police are called to take a report. The reported activity is classified as an incident, and this report is the first step in the investigation phase, for future follow-up.
Go to your nearest barracks and give them as much information as you can about the incident (date - location - type of incident - who was involved - etc) they should be able to supply you a public record copy of their report (if one was taken) - it will probably cost you a nominal amount of money to pay for the administrative costs.
a incident of battery occurred in April, the crime was not reported at that time. the victim of the battery has now changed his mind about reporting the incident and wants to make a police report. How long after such a crime was committed can one file a police report, if it was not reported the day it happened?
Although police reports (the initial report anyway) is a public record the police cannot be expected to dig through their files based on an 'idle' inquiry. They CAN tell you if a report has been filed if you can give them specific-enough information to identify the incident (i.e.: date/time/location/offense/complainant).
A general term which refers to any paperwork done on the case by police. More succintly: It usually refers to the initial report of an offense or incident taken at the scene by responding officers, which attempts to answer the questions: Who? What? When? Where? and How? Any subsequent addendums to the original report (if any) are usually referred to as "the investigation."
This is up to your insurance company. Why would you not have a police report anyway? The purpose of a police report is to get statements from all parties involved at the time of the accident before they have time to change their stories and make up facts. The police officer reports the statements and lists his/her observations and evidence at the scene to determine who is at fault in the accident or incident. Sometimes…
DEPENDS. IF YOU CAN'T LOCATE THE PROPERTY OWNER AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH AND THE POLE HAS DAMAGE MAKE A POLICE REPORT. IF YOU CONTACT THE PROPERTY OWNER AND THEY SAY THAT THEY DON'T NEED A REPORT, THEN NO REPORT IS NECCESSARY.SOME STATES, LIKE FLORIDA, REQUIRE YOU TO REPORT THE INCIDENT TO THE HSMV IF THERE IS OVER $500 DOLLAR WORTH OF DAMAGE. YOU CAN GET THE HSMV FORM AT YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT…
Yes. Police officers have the discretion to determine whether or not a crime or other reportable incident has occurred and should be reported. Officers are trained to make a report whenever in doubt if one should be filed, but the decision is still the officer's. If you believe an officer should have filed a report but refused to do so, you can make a complaint at the police station.
How do you get the attention of law enforcement when someone is defrauding to collect money from you?
If a neighbor threatens to have their dog attack your children can you get them for verbal assault of a minor?
The incident should be reported to the police immediately. It is important to report the incident and file a complaint in order to document the threat. Verbal assault is usually considered when a person threatens physical violence on another person(s) along with other factors. The police can advise you if the incident constitutes verbal assault.
Not unless the information in the basic report is testified to under oath at a criminal proceeding. The reporting officer(s) attempt to put down all information known to them at the time the report was taken, however, police reports are NOT sworn documents. Initial police reports are nothing but the raw facts gathered at the time of the incident and can be changed, added to, or modified as the investigatory process proceeds and discloses further…
There is no "standardized" form for police reports and they can vary greatly according to the requirements of the reporting agency and the laws of the jurisdictions concerned. For example, in a basic Criminal Offense Report usually all that is required is that the following 5 questions be answered, if possible, (Who -What - When - Where - How) and a short narrative report describing the incident or offense. There are MANY MANY types of…
We are unfamiliar with the term "spot" report. An initial police report will generally contain all the information available concerning the complainant/reporting person, and will cover information about the incident that was reported covering (insofar as possible) "the 4 W's and an H." (i.e.: Who - What - When - Where - How) The report will attempt to cover as much infomration on those questions as possible. The missing "W" (i.e.: Why) will be supplied…
Yes, the initial incident or criminal complaint report is a public record. However, any subsequent police report on a criminal complaint (such as the record of the investigation, interviews, evidence, and any leads or suspects), are not public record unless/until the information comes out in open court as part of testimony.
Can a parent get in trouble if they take their child out of state if the custody agreement syas they have to have the other parents permission?
Police incident and criiminal event reports are public documents and are available to the general public. However - that normally only applies to the initial report of the offense but does NOT include the complete files on the event. The detectives investigation, interviews, evidence, and conclusions arrived at by the investigators are NOT public records and cannot be viewed by the public.
An affidavit is merely a legal recording of your statement either in writing or recorded of your side of what happened in the incident that occurred. The adjuster will get a statement of affidavit from both sides and along with the police report, they can make a determination of who was at fault in the accident or incident.