+
 
 
 
 
 
 
Police Reports

 

File Cabinet



PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST




POLICE AND ACCIDENT REPORTS

Police and accident reports are generally available within 7 to 10 business days.  All requests for public records should be submitted in person or in writing using the public record request form, and most will require a $5.00 fee.   You may submit your completed form in either of the following ways:

            In Person:

            at the Peculiar Police Department

    located at 224 N. Main Street, Peculiar, MO

Office hours are 8am-Noon and 1pm-5pm, Monday through Friday (closed on all major holidays).  You may contact the office at 816-779-5102 to verify that your report is available.

Information contained on reports cannot be disseminated over the phone.  In person payments accepted are checks, money orders and cash (exact currency is requested).  Debit and credit cards are also accepted; however a 6% convenience fee will be applied.

            OR

    Mailed To:

            Peculiar Police Department

            ATTN:  Records

            P.O. Box 653

            Peculiar, MO  64078

(Checks or money orders should be made payable to City of Peculiar.  Cash payments will not be accepted via mail.)

Requests will be processed in the order in which they are received.  The request for records will be acted upon no later than the third business day following receipt of the request.  Please allow up to 10 business days for your request to be processed.  Some records may take longer than others to process; for example, archived reports (reports that are older than 5 years), active investigations (the initial incident report may be the only portion released in response to requests on active cases), or complicated cases that require legal review before release.  Certain identification information will be removed, and investigative reports will not be released until such time as the case becomes an open record under Missouri Sunshine Law.

 

DRIVER LICENSE RECORDS

The Peculiar Police Department cannot provide driving records.  You may contact any of the Department of Revenue’s licensed bureau offices to obtain your driving record. Offices in the area are located in Harrisonville, Belton, Grandview and Lee’s Summit, MO.

 

REQUESTS FROM CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS AND/OR THEIR ATTORNEYS MAY BE DIRECTED TO THE APPROPRIATE COURT THROUGH THE DISCOVERY PROCESS.

 

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS / CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS

The Peculiar Police Department cannot provide criminal background checks or criminal history records to the public.  If you are in need of a criminal background check or criminal history report, you must contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol. For additional information please visit their website at www.mshp.dps.missouri.gov .



PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT REPORT

If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident on private property, such as a parking lot, and all of the following conditions exist;

  • No injuries to any person(s) involved {drivers or passengers}
  • Property damage to vehicles only; and estimated to be less than $500.00
  • No drinking or drug impairment, or any other criminal behavior involved
  • All vehicles involved are operational
  • No hit and run
  • All parties involved remain civil

You may complete the Private Property Accident Report.pdf

The involved parties will no longer have to wait for a uniformed officer to respond and complete a report.  As a courtesy, the private property accident form, available through our website, is designed to assist motorists with providing the necessary information to insurance companies.

The Peculiar Police Department responds to calls for service based on the priority level of each individual call received.  Calls involving violence, injury, or the possible threat of violence or injury are assigned a higher priority.  Currently, due to these priority circumstances, those involved in private property accidents may have to wait an extended amount of time for an officer to be available to respond.  This new form will prove to be beneficial and cost efficient to involved citizens, taxpayers, and the police department.




 




      Police Department

      Chief Gurin

      Chief Harry Gurin

      Chief of Police
      hgurin@peculiarpd.com

      (816) 779-5102

       

       

      Rhonda

      Rhonda Koehn

      Police Records Clerk
      rkoehn@peculiarpd.com

      (816) 779-5102

       

       

      City of Peculiar Police

      Phone (816) 779-5102

      Fax (816) 758-5103

      Emergency Dial 911


      Address:

      224 North Main Street
      Peculiar, Missouri 64078

       

       

       
       
       
       
      Peculiar MO City Logo
      City of Peculiar | 250 S. Main Street Peculiar, MO 64078  |  Phone: 816-779-5212  |  Fax: 816-779-1004
      Contact Us  |  Site Map   |  Powered by MunicipalCMS
      E-notify RSS Feeds Twitter Facebook 
      0