Welcome to the Records Section Informational Page!

Due to public health concerns, all requests for copies of police reports and firearms transactions shall be made by appointment only.  The Kaua`i Police Department is committed to protecting our citizens, visitors, and employees of Kaua`i to ensure the health and safety of all.  Therefore, we have temporarily closed our Records Section service window until further notice.  However, we will be offering online services such as records requests for police and traffic reports.  

 

Police Reports

Most information are releasable to individuals when certain conditions are met in accordance to the Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA) of the Hawaii Revised Statues (HRS) chapter 92F.  Report requests will be reviewed, please allow 48 hours for a response due to confidentiality. The Records Section is open between 7:45 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.  The Records Sections is closed on weekends and State/Federal Holidays.  Generally, most police reports are releasable once all investigative processes have been completed and the case has been closed.  

Redacted Police Reports

To prevent unwarranted invasion of personal privacy in accordance with the UIPA of the HRS Chapter 92F-13, all report copies released to individuals will have personal information such as names, home addresses, social security numbers, date of birth and telephone numbers redacted (blacked out).

Public Police Report Requests 

To request a copy of a public police report by submitting an online request Records Request for Non-Businesses.  Once your report is ready for pickup, a staff member will schedule an appointment for pickup.  

To obtain a copy of a report, you must provide the following information:

  • Full Name, mailing address, phone number
  • Police Report Number
  • Type of Report
  • Date of Incident
  • Copy of Driver's License or State Identification
Business Police Report Requests

To request a copy of a report by submitting an online request Records Request for Businesses.  Once your report is ready for pickup, a staff member will schedule an appointment for pickup.  

To obtain a copy of a report, you must provide the following information:

  • Include on your business letterhead and include authorization from the subject involved
  • Full Name, mailing address, phone number
  • Police Report Number
  • Type of Report
  • Date of Incident

Public Fingerprinting

All public fingerprinting services are suspended until further notice.

Public Access Printout

All Criminal Clearance reports will be available ONLY via online through the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center.  

Legal Service Documents, Subpoenas, and Retraining Orders

Appointments can be made by calling 808-241-1667 or 808-241-1664.

Sex Offender Registration

Appointments can be made, prior to coming in, by calling 808-241-1929.

Abandoned Vehicle Tow Payments

Call 808-241-1929 for your payment amount and to set up an appointment.

Return of Evidence Property

Return of Evidence has been suspended until further notice.