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Records Management Unit

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The Records Management Unit is the primary repository of police reports generated by personnel of the Lauderhill Police Department. They are responsible for the receiving, processing, distribution, storage, retrieval and final disposition of all police records received or generated by the agency. The Records Management Unit provides comprehensive records and report management services for the purpose of supporting the objectives of the Lauderhill Police Department, other law enforcement agencies and the general public in accordance with required Florida State Statutes and Florida Administrative Code. The reports are indexed and vital information is recorded, which is then used for compiling the semi-annual and annual Uniform Crime Reports used by both the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

A request for records can be made in person, by telephone, or email. The Records Management Unit is open to the public Monday through Thursday, from 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. They can be reached at 954-497-4700.