The Augusta Department of Public Safety (ADPS) Records Division is comprised of a clerk/typist and hosts the agencies records clerk.  The records clerk acts as a typist for dictated reports and fields requests for copies of reports and documentation.
Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation IconMonday-Friday
7:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Report Requests

Brochure IconYou can request a report by e-mail, mail, phone, fax, or by bringing in an Open Records Request to:

                        tel: (316) 775-4500 ext. 107
                        Fax #: (316)775-4565, attention Records Clerk

                        The Augusta Department of Public Safety
                        Attn: Records Clerk
                        2100 N. Ohio Street
                        Augusta, KS 67010

                        Take a look at our ADPS Request for Open Records form in
                         our documents center to see what information we will need
                         to process your request.
If you are needing a copy of your motor vehicle accident police report, you can visit
You will need the report number, last name of the involved party, and the date of the accident. Please be aware, these reports will not be available until 7-10 days after the accident. 
                        If you are needing court records, please click here.


Pay ButtonA charge for accessing public records is authorized by state law.

Report Copies: $7.50 first 20 pages
                               $0.25 for each additional page 
                               $20.00 for accident reports
                               $.025 for each additional page after 20 pages
                               CD/DVD/Audio: $25.00 per item
                               Research: $12.50 per half hour
                               Postage & Handling: to be determined upon case request size
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Document Center

The Document Center provides easy access to public documents. Click on one of the categories below to see related documents or use the search function.

Categories always sorted by seq (sub-categories sorted within each category)
Documents sorted by SEQ in Ascending Order within category