How do I obtain a copy of a police report?
Investigative reports are not public information and, therefore, not accessible under the Right -to-Know Law. Investigative reports may be available with a properly executed subpoena.

For all other report inquiries please submit a request and see our webpage for service fees. To the extent that this request seeks or may be construed to see Kennett Township Police records involving covert law enforcement investigations, including intelligence gathering and analysis, the Department can neither confirm nor deny the existence of such records without risk of compromising investigations and imperiling individuals. Under No Circumstances, therefore, should the Department’s response to this request be interpreted as indicating otherwise. In all events, should such records exist, they are entirely exempt from public disclosure under the Right-to-Know Law, 65 P.S. §§ 67.101-67.3104, and the Criminal History Record Information Act, 18 Pa. C.S. §§ 9101-9183. Incident Form

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1. Can I pay at ticket / fine at the Police Department or online?
2. Does the Police Department complete Criminal History checks for the public?
3. How do I complete a vacation notice?
4. Does the Police Department offer fingerprinting?
5. How do I meet with an officer?
6. How do I obtain a copy of a police report?
7. What is Identity Theft?
8. I have a concern, I'mnot sure if it is important enough to report it to the Police, should I report it?
9. Where is District Court located?