Bloomington Police can do a local record check (Bloomington Police records only) and provide you with a written document containing the results of the search. To request a local record check on yourself, click on "How can I obtain a copy of a Police report, or request access to other Police data" below.
You will find an "Accident Report" - This report lists traffic accidents that occurred in Bloomington where a report was written, and includes case numbers, the registered owners/drivers of the vehicle, and the date, time and location of the accident.
The BPD Dashboard also contains a "Crash Report" list - This report lists traffic accidents where police responded, whether or not a report was written, and includes the location, date and time of the accident, as well as the call for service/master incident number and report number if one was issued. Make note of the Master incident number, or the Case number (if one is listed). Include these numbers when requesting your report.
To request a copy of your accident record, follow the link in the "How to obtain a copy of a Police Report" section below.
To obtain a copy of a police report or other police data, fill out a Request for Police Data Clicking this link will bring you to the JustFOIA data request page.
Click on “New Request”. Beneath Police Data Request Form, click on “Make a request”. Complete the data request form as thoroughly as possible and click “Submit”. After submitting your request, you will see a request number and security key. Keep these numbers for your records, you will need them to retrieve your records online once your request has been processed.
Once the request form is received, it will be fulfilled within 10 business days if you are a subject of the data request. If you are not a subject of the data request it may take longer. The report must be releasable under Minnesota Data Practices Laws.