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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.

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There are a few elements that are included in a narrative police report. These elements are, date of incident, time of incident, location of incident, the story of what happened, and a description of the suspect.


A police report is a document outlining an incident. Citizens are never required to make one.



Normally you must contact the police department that handled the incident. They may or may not charge a fee to obtain a copy of the report.


The Police and your lawyerAdded: To report a criminal incident report it to the police - for a civil suit for damages contact an attorney. l



It depends on the state in which you live. Most states require that you report the incident to the police and then report it to your insurance company within 30 days.


Start by creating a report about an incident.


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.


The Accident report should provide vivid description of the incident with timing, location along with a handwritten sketch,corroborating with the Police Report and Surveyor's Report.


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?


in Minnesota, if you were involved in the actual report you are entiled to a copy. just go to the police station of the city or district were the incident took place and request it. otherwise if it is public information there are around 5 or 10 dollars


Martha Baillie has written: 'The incident report' 'The incident report'


I have been told 2-3 buisness days, by the police but mine is still taking over a week


Call the police -- they will take care of the accident report.The report usually consists ofthe name of the people involvedtime and of the incidentdamaged donetheir analysis in whose fault it is -- based on the damage


First, (this is the most important part) you HAVE TO report the incident to the police. Then, they will track it by GPS inside your car.


The employee involved in the incident includes all the necessary information in an incident report. He should report it to his supervisor or immediate superior right away.


You tell your higher offical about the incident or accident. They will file the report for you.


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).


Police Report was created in 1973.


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 an insurance company will not require a police report in cases such as an animal collision or glass claim where it wouldn't really make any difference to have a report because there is no real fault to determine. Most of the time a police report is required and necessary.


You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.


Get StartedIf you are the victim of theft, the first thing you should do is contact the police. The police will request that you visit the police station so that you can be interviewed and an official police report can be prepared.Credit card companies, banks, insurance agencies and other entities that you might be contacting as part of the resolution process will want proof that you have been involved in a theft incident. A completed police report is evidence that you have been the victim of theft. It demonstrates that you are serious about remedying the problem.


A general term which refers to any paperwork done on the case by police.More succintly: It usually refers to the initial reportof 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."


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 AND FILL IT OUT YOUR SELF THEN MAIL IT.



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