Central Records Unit
The Expungement Team of the Central Records Unit is responsible for processing completed and signed Expungement Order and Certification Forms from Kentucky’s District and Circuit Courts. This team takes the necessary steps to ensure the records held within the LMPD database are in compliance with the directives received within these court orders.
The Customer Service Team of the Central Records Unit is responsible for assisting customers in person, through the fax, email and U.S mail concerning accident and incident reports. Clerks collect payment for the department on official police reports generated for customers.
The Alarm Team for the Central Records Unit is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the false alarm ordinance. Clerks collect money for the department on fees, fines and reimbursements.
Learn more on how to obtain an accident report or an incident/offense report electronically.
Data Integrity Unit
The Data Integrity Unit is responsible for data entry of all paper citations and paper JC-3s into the Records Management System (RMS). The unit also reviews and validates all incident reports submitted by officers to ensure compliance for the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS), Uniform Crime Report (UCR) and Uniform Offense Report (UOR)
Data Resolution Unit
The Data Resolution Unit is responsible for sorting, processing and logging all incoming mail and paperwork scanned from various LMPD divisions and units, for all of Records. The unit is also responsible for assisting in LMPD's monthly NIBRS report to the Kentucky State Police (KSP) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Additionally, this unit is responsible for approving all electronic Collision Report and Analysis for Safer Highways (CRASH) reports and scans and entering all paper CRASH reports.
LMPD Service Center
The LMPD Service Center includes the services of the Telephone Reporting Unit (TRU) and the Crime Tip Line. The LMPD Service Center is responsible for taking reports in lieu of sending a police officer to the scene. The center also compiles crime tips generated from the community. The LMPD Service Center operator gathers all the information related to the crime committed and enters it into the Records Management System.
To contact TRU to make a police report, please call the MetroSafe Call Center at 502-574-7111, where it will be determined if it meets the criteria for which TRU can take the call and the report.
Operation Hours: 24/7