Police Department
We believe Our Records, are Your Records
The Records Division is responsible for the retention of police records for the Bellbrook Police Department as well as the release of information to the public, courts, law enforcement agencies, and insurance companies.

Request Copies of Records
Copies of Police Records can be requested in person, online or by calling the Police Department directly.

Please be advised that regular records requests take approximately 7-10 business days to complete. If your request is larger than usual, the Records office will contact you to provide you with an estimate of the time it may take to process the copies, upon receiving the request.

Public Records Policy & Records Retention Schedule
Copying & Mailing Costs
Those seeking public records may be charged only the actual cost of making copies, not labor. There is no charge for copying the first 100 pages of a records request. After the first 100 pages, the charge for paper copies is $0.05 cents per page. The charge for electronic files downloaded to a compact disc is $1.00 per disc. 

A requester may be required to pay in advance for the actual costs involved in providing the copy. The requester may choose whether to have the record duplicated upon paper, upon the same medium on which the public record is kept, or upon any other medium on which the office determines that the record can reasonably be duplicated as an integral part of the office’s normal operations.

If a requester asks that documents be delivered to them, he or she may be charged the actual cost of the postage and mailing supplies, or other actual costs of delivery. There is no charge for e-mailed documents.

To request a copy of audio or video recordings, please provide us with a CD, DVD, or VHS tape.

Accident Reports
To view copies of accident reports, go to the Accident Reports page.

Background Checks
Fingerprinting Services and background checks are completed for any criminal activity records with the Bellbrook Police Department only. For state (BCI) and/or national (FBI) background checks and fingerprinting, please visit the Greene County Sheriff's Office Website for more information.
Online Records Request
Requester Name (Optional)
Confirm Email:
Records Requested
The Records office will contact you when the records are ready if you complete the contact fields in the form.  If you do not complete the contact fields, please call or contact the department to check on the status of your request.
Contact the Records Office
Christine Florea
Administrative Assistant
15 East Franklin Street
(937) 848-3252
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