RECORDS & REPORTS

POLICE RECORDS

The Records Division is responsible for collecting, disseminating, maintaining, filing, and controlling departmental records through the use of automated electronic and hard file records keeping systems. The records specialist is also responsible for maintaining, filing, and controlling the following records: 

Incident Reports 

Accident Reports 

Supplemental Reports 

Public Information Request 

Obtaining Records 

To obtain the public record release of an incident report from the City of Tomball Police Department, you must come in person to the Records Division, during operating hours. The charge for a copy of this record is $2 (cash only). A subpoena must be obtained for the release of all other documents relating to a specific case. 

Any accident report made with the Tomball Police Department can be obtained online or by coming in to the Records Division, with a fee of $6, payable by credit card (online only) or cash (in-person only). 

Records Division Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Sex Offender Registration: By Appointment (281) 351-5451 x 1313