CRIME REPORT: (for victims, personal use, insurance claims) Individuals will need the Case Number, Report Date and Date of Birth of the Victim. Access your crime report >> .
TRAFFIC COLLISION REPORT: You will need the Case Number given to you at the time your report was taken; Report Date; Last Name of the Owner/Driver of the vehicle. Access your traffic collision report >>.
If you are unable to access your report, please contact the Central Records Unit at 258-3568, Monday through Friday: 8 AM to 5 PM. There is a fee for accessing reports online. Only persons involved in an incident may obtain a copy of the report. A report that references mulitiple victims will not be available online. Reports are available at Central Records - click here for more info >>
Citizen Online Police Reporting System:
Using the new Citizen Online Reporting System
, you can submit a report only for the following incidents:
- Harassing communications
- Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card
- Theft by unlawful taking
- Criminal mischief
- Property lost or mislaid
- Larceny from Auto (less than $500)
You will be required to create an online account to file your first report. Keep your login and password for future use. It is a crime to make a false police report. For specific details on when and how >>
Contact your family, friends and neighbors to join the Lexington Citizen Police Academy!
Awarded "Best CPA in the Nation" 2012 & 2013!
All classes are FREE! Classes are held at 1795 Old Frankfort Pike, Police Roll Call Building. Questions? Call Community Services (859) 258-3636.
- Check here for 2015 dates TBA
Send us your CPA Application. [Photo: CPA Class 49]
Internship Program with the Division of Police
Students who are interested in gaining hands-on experience within law enforcement, while earning college credit, can apply for the Internship Program. Interns may be assigned to multiple units during their internship including: Patrol, Traffic, Robbery/Homicide, Forensic Services, and Crimes Against Children to name a few.
Each college or university determines the amount of hours needed to fulfill educational requirements with this unpaid Internship Program. Students interested must be enrolled in a college or university and successfully complete a background investigation. To apply or receive more information, send an email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protect Your Family
The Internet Safety Tool Kit gives you strategies for safely using current technology. Understand technology risks and learn how to keep children protected from unsafe material and predators who are unyielding in their efforts to manipulate children. Free training and additional information can be found at www.pcaky.org.
The Lexington Police Crimes Against Children Unit can be contacted at 258-3700.
Do You Know This Person?
IDThisPerson.com assists law enforcement in identifying suspects, witnesses or persons of interest related to criminal activity. Those helping identify subjects on the site can receive a $25 reward. Provide identifying information in an anonymous format to help your community.
An identity theft booklet with instructions and contact information
is available if you have been a victim of Identity Theft. Learn more from the Financial Crimes Unit - (859) 258-3688 >>
Internet Crime Complaint Center
If you are the victim of a money scam that has occurred outside of Fayette County, go to: www.ic3.gov. The ICCC is a national reporting center for crime relating to internet scams, fraudulent uses of credit cards and cases where money is wired outside of Fayette County See more info >
Anyone who has a question about a possible money scam in Fayette County can call our Financial Crimes Unit at 258-3718.
Take our Citizen Survey and let us know your concerns about crime, services and how we can help.
Mopeds - Go Carts - Scooters: What You Need to Know
Do you plan to drive one? See the requirements . . .
According to Kentucky Revised Statutes, gas and electric scooters are not allowed on roadways unless the operator has a license. This includes mopeds, golf carts, go-carts, or any vehicle propelled by means other than muscular power.
Police Activities League for Cops, Kids and our Community
The Police Activities League of Lexington is a crime prevention program that relies on recreation, athletics and education to build a positive relationship between police officers, youth, and the community - "Cops and Kids Working Together To Make a Difference."
For more information, go to the Lexington PAL website. or contact the Community Services Section at 258-3636.
Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Public Notification:
The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government received notification of the annual solicitation award from the United States Justice Department regarding the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program FY2014 Local Solicitation. Read JAG Notification >>
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