The Records Unit endeavors to provide high-level customer service in facilitating and disseminating public records in accordance with Florida State Statute 119. The Records Unit is responsible for maintaining and distributing offense reports, supplemental reports, accident reports, arrest reports, and miscellaneous incident reports. In addition, the Records Unit also provides local background checks for Hollywood Residents.
Public Records Requests
All requests for offense reports, supplemental reports, accident reports, arrest reports, and miscellaneous incident reports should be submitted online using the City's Public Records Center.
Traffic accident reports are not public record for the first 60 days after the date of the accident, except for those people who are entitled to a copy per Florida State Statute 316.066. A SWORN STATEMENT must be filled out. Traffic Accident reports are also available on our online portal.
Body Worn Camera footage is only available up to 90 days after an incident. The cost for review and redaction of digital evidence is $35 an hour. Payment must be received within Thirty (30) days prior to the work commencing. If payment is not received within that time period, the request will be closed, and a new request will be required if you are still seeking the records.