For General Information, call 615-862-7631
The Records Division is responsible for developing and maintaining required law enforcement records to conduct the official business of the department.
The Records Division is broken down into three sections, the Records section, the Data Entry section, and the NCIC/Teletype Section.
Our Frequently Asked Questions page includes information on obtaining various reports from the Records Division.
To request MNPD records and/or reports, download and complete the Open Records Request Form. For more information on Public Records Request, please refer to the MNPD Public Records Policy.
Records may be requested via mail or hand carry it with payment (do not send cash) to:
MNPD Central Records Division
811 Anderson Lane, Suite 100
Madison, TN 37115
Records may also be requested via email to:
MNPDPublicRecordsRequests@nashville.gov (Any reports returned via email and do not take over 1 hour to complete will be free of charge. Any other services provided by Records, must be done in person or by mail.
Police.email@example.com (Only request from government or law enforcement emails will be accepted by this email address. All other requests must be made to the public records requests email.)
A Photo ID is required for all records request.
We do not accept or send requests by fax.
A reasonable fee shall be charged for the reproduction of requested files. Please be aware that there is no ATM on site.
Fee Schedule for Police Reports
Obtaining Crash Reports
Crash reports can be purchased by mail request, at the records counter (see fee schedule), email, or you may purchase the report online through a private vendor site at www.tnbuycrash.com
Note: buycrash.com is not associated with the Metro Police Department. They are a private company that provides another option for citizens to use for purchasing a traffic report on-line. Note: The fee they charge for utilizing their system is not the same as the records department. We have no control over the fees they implement. If you encounter any issues with this private vendor site you will need to contact them directly, not the Metro Police Department Records Division, as we are not associated with this company or the fees they charge. Please direct your concerns to them by going to their website or calling them directly at 866-495-4206.