The Police Department Records Section is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. **The last Records transaction request is accepted at 3:30 p.m.**
The Records Section provides information on traffic crashes, offense reports and criminal-record check procedures. Address: 8400 Kao Circle, Manassas, VA 20110.
Copies of crash reports are available to involved parties, guardians of juvenile-involved parties, property owners and injured parties at no cost. Insurance companies and attorneys are charged $3 for each crash report. (Only forms of payment accepted are cash or credit/debit cards: Master Card and Visa.) This process may also be handled online using the Crash Report Repository System.
Copies of police reports or incident reports are not provided to the public. Victims can be provided with only a verification of the incident and/or loss at no cost. Insurance companies and attorneys are charged $4 for each verification. (Only forms of payment accepted are cash or credit/debit cards: Master Card and Visa.)
A local Prince William County Criminal History Check can be performed for those who can prove their Prince William County residency and/or arrest. You must have two forms of proper identification one of which must be a photo ID showing your date of birth. The only acceptable forms of ID are a valid driver's license or a DMV-issued identification card, a valid passport, a valid Social Security card, a valid birth certificate or a valid military ID. The fee for this service is $6 (Only forms of payment accepted are cash or credit/debit cards: Master Card and Visa.) The record check may take as long as 72 hours to complete.
Driving records can only be obtained through the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
For more information, please contact the Records Section by calling 703-792-6562 or email. Fax, for official use only: 703-257-4641.