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What is occurring or has occurred? The location of occurrenceYour name and phone number (anonymous calls are accepted) Your location, if different from location of occurrenceThe time of occurrenceAre there any injuries? Is anyone intoxicated? Are there weapons involved? How many people are involved? What is the description of the people involved? (gender, race, hair color, eye color, height, weight, scars/tattoos, clothing) What is the description of the vehicles involved? (license plate, color, make, model, year) What was the direction of travel for any persons or vehicle leaving the scene? Are there any witnesses? Are they still at the scene? Are there any animals at the house? Inside or outside?
Call the City's Records Clerk at 314.963.8691 to request a copy of the report. Reports will be processed when they become available. Processing the report typically takes 5-10 business days from the incident date. Please call ahead to ensure the report is available. Reports are $6 for non-Brentwood residents. Payment by cash, check (payable to City of Brentwood) or credit card is due upon receipt of report.
Payment is made at the Court Clerk Office, located at Brentwood City Hall, 2348 South Brentwood Blvd. You can contact the Court Clerk at 314.963.8623.
When you are involved in a traffic crash, you should stop and remain at the scene. If possible, move your vehicle off the roadway. Call the police dispatch at 314.644.7100 or dial 911 if there are injuries. Wait for the police to arrive. Do not get into an argument with other drivers involved.
If you witness a crash, if possible, stop on the side of the road and stay until the police arrive. If you are not able to remain, you should call police dispatch at 314.644.7100 or 911 if there are injuries, and advise that you have witnessed the crash. The dispatcher will forward your name and contact information to the investigating officer.
First, make sure you are safe, and then contact the police. If possible, make written notes of what you have seen, including descriptions, times and locations, while your memory is still fresh. If the situation is an emergency, call 911. If it is not an emergency, call Brentwood Police dispatch at 314.644.7100. Follow the directions and answer the questions being asked. Remain calm. It may be necessary for the police officer to speak with you directly; be prepared to meet the officer or provide a contact number.
It is impossible to completely “crime-proof” your home or business; however, it is possible to take steps that can make your property less vulnerable to burglary, such as using the proper locks, doors and windows, alarms, etc. Contact the Brentwood Police Department for information on home and business security or to request a security check, 314.644.7100.