Police Reports and Records Unit

Police Reports and Records Unit

You can request a copy of a police report in several ways: in person at the below listed locations, by calling the listed numbers, by fax or by sending an email request to [email protected] 

GCPD Headquarters                                                                    Islands Substation

157 Carl Alexander Way                                                                                  1965 Demere Road
Brunswick GA 31525                                                                                        St Simons Island, GA
Phone: 912-554-7820 or 912-554-7824 or 912-554-7884                               Phone: 912-279-2891

Records FAX: 912-554-7872

The Police Reports and Records Section of the Glynn County Police Department plays a vital role in enhancing the police services provided to the public on a daily basis. New technology has enhanced the officer’s ability to perform their job more safely, efficiently, and accurately. This new technology has proven to be cost efficient, involve less labor time, decrease paperwork, and utilizes the talents, and skills of existing support personnel more productively. Crime information is now available almost instantly once an officer writes a report.

Citizens who either come to the Police Department or call wanting information or assistance will at some point have contact with someone in the Records Section. The Records Section consists to two records Technicians, a certified police officer and a police Lieutenant.

Some of the typical tasks and responsibilities handled by our Records Section personnel are as follows: verification and data entry of incident reports, accident reports, traffic citations, case dispositions, alarm citations, assist the public, answer phones, give directions, route incoming visitors to the proper person or division, receive incoming deliveries, reports, conduct special crime queries of information, receive all court subpoenas for records information, store and secure all incoming paperwork, and receipt departmental money, and handle any other problems or tasks, which comes their way on a daily basis.

The Records Section’s objectives are to offer personalized, timely service to the citizens of Glynn County who require the assistance of an officer, but don’t necessarily need a fully commissioned officer to respond. To give each citizen the lasting impression that any problem, question, concern or need that they might have in contacting this agency is important.

The records unit is supervised by Lieutenant Cheri Bashlor. Lt. Bashlor can be reached at 912-554-7832 or by email at [email protected]