Police Department

Incident Reports

You may fill out the attached form to order a Record Request; however, please download and save the form to your computer first  Police Records Request Fillable Form Complete all fields, being sure to sign electronically. When the form is complete, re-save, and select the RED "Submit Form" box. Be sure to attach a copy of your photo ID to the email prior to sending it in.

If you elected not to pay over the phone by credit card as instructed on the fillable form please print off the request form, include your check for payment, and a self-addressed/stamped envelope and mail to:
Lone Tree Police Department
Attn: Records
9220 Kimmer Drive, Suite 120
Lone Tree, CO   80124

Availability of Police Reports:

Most police reports require an approval process that may take three to five business days. This included photographs, 911 recordings, and body camera video.  

Per Colorado State Statute, some reports, or certain information contained therein, are not available for public release.  These include:

  • At-risk adults

  • Juveniles

  • Sex Assaults

  • Child Abuse

  • On-going police investigations

If a case is currently being prosecuted by the Douglas County District Attorney’s office, the report will need to be requested thru the DA’s office.

Traffic Accidents:

Most traffic accident reports can be released upon request a minimum of 3-5 business days after the accident, provided there were no injuries to any person involved.  Injury-related accident requests require an approval process and may take up to five business days.

To purchase an online traffic accident report, go to crashdocs.org


If the accident happened prior to July 24th, 2017 please go to (report beam link at https://www.reportbeam.com/).

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