The Chief of Police oversees the Records Division.
A Records Administrator and a Police Records Specialist staff the Records Division.
The Records Division processes all open records requests received from the public as well as various courts, social service agencies, and attorneys. The Records Division also provides customer service to citizens visiting the Police Department and answering all administrative phone lines. This division provides clerical support to the department by assisting with investigative reports, criminal history inquiries, and receiving payments for parking citations and various fees.
Records Request Information
For incident reports and/or other records, please fill out the form below and submit the request either by email, US Postal Service, or in person. Once received, this request will be forwarded to the Records Department for fulfillment and approval. A records specialist will notify you by phone or email when the requested records are available. Please allow 10 business days for our staff to respond to the request. The Grafton Police Department works to complete requests as soon as practicable and without delay.
- The charge for released records is $2.00 for the first page and .25 cents for each additional page.
- The charge for video/audio is $25.00
Records Request Form:
Submit Records Request by:
- Fax: 262-375-5338
- Mail- Grafton Police Department 1981 Washington St. Grafton, WI 53024
- In Person- Grafton Police Department 1981 Washington St. Grafton, WI 53024
Additional questions? Please call the Grafton Police Department at 262-375-5320.
Accident Report Information
If the Grafton Police Department responds to the crash, then an officer will complete the report, unless they inform you otherwise. If law enforcement does not file or does not respond to the scene, you must complete the Wisconsin Driver Report of Crash DT4002, click below:
To obtain your crash report online through Wisconsin Department of Transportation, click below:
Driver Privacy Protection Act
The DPPA (codified 18 U.S.C. § 2721, et. seq.) is a federal law enacted in 1994 in response to numerous states’ departments of motor vehicles (“DMV”) selling records to third parties. The DPPA prohibits the disclosure of DMV records that contain any personal information except for the enumerated uses. As a result, many law enforcement and other government agencies must exercise caution when considering disclosure of information and records obtained from the DMV. Violation of the law can lead to civil forfeitures, criminal penalties, attorney fees, and even punitive damages.