The Records Division of the Broome County Sheriff's Office is responsible for the recording and maintaining of all official records and documents relative to the police operations of the Broome County Sheriff's Office. There are two civilian employees assigned to the Records Division. They can be reached at the following telephone extensions and e-mails:
In 2012, the Records Division recorded 18,902 incidents called into Emergency Services and assigned to the Broome County Sheriff's Office. These incidents ranged from major felony criminal matters to assisting operators with their disabled vehicles. In 2012 the Records Division processed 319 Freedom of Information requests.
Copies of motor vehicle accident reports can be obtained at a charge of 25 cents per page by coming in person to the Sheriff's Office during business hours. In addition to coming in person and for your convenience most Motor Vehicle accident reports are available for purchse online within 2 business days. Simply go to www.gobroomecounty.com/sheriff and click on PoliceReports.us on the left side of the page. On this page, simply enter the report number (ex: 13-1234) and click search. Click on your report number and instructions will follow on how to purchase and print your respective report.
If a copy of any other type of report is needed, please contact the office for additional information.