Police Records is a section of the Administrative Services Division. The Records Unit maintains the official records compiled by all divisions that comprise the Rockwall Police Department.
Anyone may request information from the Rockwall Police Department pursuant to the Public Information Act. The Rockwall Police Department has ten (10) business days to respond to your request. Requests concerning juveniles, criminal investigations, child abuse investigations, and sexual assault investigations can be sent to the Texas Attorney General's Office for an opinion. In the event the Department deems the requested information to be exempt from public discloser, a decision from the Texas Attorney General will be requested. If an Attorney General's opinion is sought, you will be notified in writing.
When requesting information the requestor must provide a detailed description of the documents that they are requesting. The request must include the type on incident(s),name(s) of people involved, date(s), time(s), & location(s). (Failure to provide specific information may result in the delay of fulfilling the request.)
To obtain Police Records in person or by mail, complete a Public Information Request Form and return it to the Rockwall Police Department Records Division, 205 W. Rusk Street, Rockwall, Texas 75087.
Or online by using the links below:
Motor vehicle crash reports are completed by a law enforcement officer investigating a traffic crash when apparent damage is $1,000 or more, or when the crash resulted in injury or death. Motor vehicle crash reports, written by Rockwall Police Department Officers, are available for purchase.
To obtain a crash report in person or by mail, complete a Request for Crash Report and return the form to the police department, along with payment to the Rockwall Police Department Records Division, 205 W. Rusk Street, Rockwall, Texas 75087. Checks should be made payable to the City of Rockwall. (Cash or check only, we do no accept credit cards.)
Standard Copy $6.00
Certified Copy $8.00
Or request it online:
Driver's Crash Reports (CR-2) are also available online. The CR-2, also called a "blue form", can be completed by a driver of a vehicle involved in a crash that is not investigated by a law enforcement officer. The blue form can only be used when there is no injury to any person involved in the crash and the value of damaged property is not in excess of $1,000. Many times an officer will be called to the scene of the accident but allow drivers to exchange information and advise them to complete this form.