The Auburn Police Department provides the following services to the Auburn community:
- Livescan / Finger Prints
- School Resource Officers
- Elder ID Program
- Property and Evidence
- Animal Services
Monday- 11:00am to 2:00pm
Tuesday- 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Thursday- 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Friday- 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Apointments are not needed, but if you wish to schedule an appointment, please call 530-823-4237, ext. 239
Fees vary depending on the type of request. You can access a fee list by going to the California Attorney Generals website, and search live scan fees. Their web address is http://oag.ca.gov/
In addition to the fees required by the State and the FBI, the City of Auburn also charges a $15.00 processing fee.
All fees are required at the time of your livescan. Cash or checks only; Checks should be made payable to the City of Auburn.
You must present a valid picture ID and have the Department of Justice form BCII8016, which will be provided by the agency requesting the livescan. The BCII8016 form must contain the agency's ORION number (ORI).
The Records Division at the Auburn Police department is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm, with the exception of holidays. The Records Division provides assistance to citizens with citation sign offs, fingerprinting, report copies, and vehicle releases among other responsibilities.
To obtain a police report through the Records Division at a cost of $5.00 by first filling out the Records Request form and bringing the form to the Police Department. You may be able to obtain a copy of a report if you are the victim if the case is not under investigation or restricted. To obtain a copy of an accident report, you must be listed as a registered owner, driver, passenger, owner of the property involved or an authorized representative of those listed on the accident report.
Traffic Collision Reports:
The Auburn Police Department has collaborated with DOCVIEW, LLC to provide our accident reports online. Interested parties: citizens, insurance companies, investigators and others, can purchase reports online with www.docview.us.com
Non-criminal accident reports are available online from June 16, 2009 to present. Fees are $10.00 per report and require an Auburn Police Department departmental report number (DR#), date of accident and a valid credit card to access your report for a quick and easy download.
A copy of the report can also be obtained at the police department located at 1215 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA, 95603 for $5.00.
All questions related to docview may be answered by visiting www.docview.us.com, e-mailing them at email@example.com, or calling them at 866-394-0832.
PLEASE NOTE: Fatal traffic accident reports will not be available online. Incident reports related to an accident report, such as a DUI, will not be available online. These reports must be requested through the Auburn Police Department.
Documents provided to you in response to a Public Records Request have been edited in accordance with California Government Code Sections 6250-6270. Information subject to editing includes, but is not limited to, date of birth and social security number.
Vehicles which have been towed for storage or impoundment by the Police Department may be released to the registered or legal owner provided the vehicle has current registration and is insured. Vehicles are released during Records Division business hours and require payment of a $51.00 administrative fee, payable by cash or check at the time of release. If your vehicle was repossessed and is stored in the City's jurisdiction a vehicle release is also required. The vehicle release for a repossessed vehicle requires payment of a $15.00 administrative fee payable by cash or check at the time of release.
To register for 290 PC, 11590 H&S and 457.1 PC you must call the Records Division to obtain an appointment to register.
The Records Division can be reached at: (530)823-4237 x501
The Auburn Police Department offers a program for at-risk dementia and Alzheimer residents in the city limits of Auburn.
An identification database is maintained should an at-risk person be missing or is located. This program enables the police department's communications center to provide helpful information to patrol units and assist in locating a caregiver.
To register an at-risk resident who resides in the city limits of Auburn, please download the Elder ID Program Form provided and return via mail. For more information, contact the Auburn Police Department Records Division or Dispatch Center at 530-823-4237.
The Dispatch Center at the Auburn Police Department is available 24 hours a day to report crime within the city of Auburn or to request Police assistance.
The Dispatch Center can be reached at the following numbers:
- Non-Emergency: (530)823-4234
- Emergency: (530)823-4222
- Life Threatening Emergency: 911
Remember, if you call "911" from your cellular phone the call will be routed through the California Highway Patrol or the County Sheriff's Department before being transferred to the local Police agency. The Auburn Police Department can always be reached via the direct emergency line at (530) 823-4222.
Non-service related calls should contact the Police Department business line at (530)823-4237
The Property and Evidence Division at the Auburn Police Department is responsible for storing and maintaining property and evidence from department cases. The business hours for the Property and Evidence Division are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm, with the exception of holidays.
To obtain your property that was found, or that was held for safekeeping, please contact the Property and Evidence Division to schedule and appointment to pick up your property at: (530)823-4237 x211
If your property is being held as evidence in a case, the case must be concluded in court before the evidence can be released.
To report lost or stolen property contact the Police Department at (530) 823-4234.